About The Film Post


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Who We Are

The Film Post (TFP) is founded by a group of film enthusiasts based in Hong Kong that writes film reviews, analysis, and theories.

Our Vision

TFP's ultimate goal is to educate the public on how a film can be analyzed and truly appreciated, since we firmly believe film isn’t only a form of entertainment, but it is also a lesson of life.

What We Provide

  • Articles
  • Discussion Platform (Instagram)
  • Study Guides
  • Teaching Kit

Meet The Team


Felicia

Content Writer

Felicia Pokta

Felicia holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree (double majoring in English Studies and Comparative Literature) from The University of Hong Kong. In the past, she interned at a local movie channel company, and exchanged in a film school. At TFP, she is mainly in charge of content creation and manages the administration and marketing. She holds a vision to use film as a medium to inspire, educate, and enlighten others.

Maria

Content Writer

Maria Lumabi

Maria holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree (double majoring in English Studies and Comparative Literature) from The University of Hong Kong. A self-declared film aficionado, Maria is one of the main content creators for The Film Post. Maria’s love affair with films and literature began at a young age when she first saw Star Wars: A New Hope. She believes that films are not only a popular form of entertainment but also a means of telling human history and culture.

Russell

Web Developer

Russell Gapasin

Russell holds a Bachelor Degree in Science (Honours) in Applied Science (Information Systems and Web Technologies) from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He is currently a junior and freelance web developer who specialises in the development and design of web applications. He is responsible for the website of TFP and provides analytical marketing and branding advice.

Tusar

Graphic Designer

Tusar Basnet

Tusar likes movies and he designs stuff. He makes the design for the instagram posts as well as any graphics you see. He is skilled in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Procreate.