To let you understand the research of Dr. Jane Goodall and the life of chimpanzees, we are going to screen the following films in May to October this year. Post-screening talks hosted by conservationists will be arranged after designated screenings.
Using a trove of never-before-seen footage, the film tells the story of Jane's early explorations and research in Tanzania. This film focuses on her groundbreaking field work, her relationship with her cameraman and husband Hugo van Lawick, and the chimpanzees that were the subject of her study.
Kingdom of the Apes: Brother against Brother (2013)
In the kingdom of Apes, brother fights brother with politics and scheming for the throne. Who could battle it out for the ultimate prize and control of their chimpanzee kingdom?
Jane Goodall: China Diary (2003)
Dr. Jane Goodall believed that educating people all over the world about the need to understand, protect and conserve the nature is the most effective way to save the chimpanzees and other endangered species. This film documents her trips to China and introduces some of the fascinating people, places and animals that she met in these trips.
Venue: Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum
Free admission. Films are narrated in English with Chinese subtitles.
#With post-screening talk by Dr. Jane Goodall or representative of Jane Goodall Institute (HK), language: to be confirmed
Online registration is required for this screening, on a first come, first served basis. Click here for registration.
*Walk-in on a first come, first served basis
Enquiries: 2732 3223 (Mon to Fri: 9:00am – 1:00pm, 2:00pm – 5:00pm, except public holidays)