“Long Hair Revolution” (長毛革命) selected to be part of Library and Archives Canada collection

20130306 Long Hair Revolution at Library and Archives Canada - Screen capture

Today, I am deeply honoured to share with you the news that “Long Hair Revolution (長毛革命)”, my documentary about the rebel Hong Kong politician Leung Kwok-hung (nickname Long Hair), is now part of the federal government Library and Archives Canada permanent collection in Ottawa (web link to LIVE http://collectionscanada.gc.ca site database query).

Long Hair (Leung Kwok-hung) on the phone (which is almost always)

Feel free to watch “Long Hair Revolution” on YouTube to see an atypical Long Hair in 2004 that is calm and reflective during one of the most eventful months in Hong Kong financial and political history.

Library and Archives Canada collects and preserves Canada’s documentary heritage, and makes it accessible to all Canadians. This heritage includes publications, archival records, sound and audio-visual materials, photographs, artworks, and electronic documents such as websites.

Acknowledgment: Special thanks for all the help from Nicolas and Steve at Library and Archives Canada and Michele for discovering my film in 2008.

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