Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt in Hong Kong in November [fr] [中文]

Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt, a French and Belgian dramatist, novelist, fiction writer and film director, will be in town from November 5 to 8 this year.
Eric Emmanuel Schmitt’s plays have been staged in over fifty countries and translated into forty languages. His breakthrough theatre work came with his script « Le Visiteur », which won Molière prizes for best author and best show in 1993/1994. His career as a novelist began with a renowned success for his work « The Sect of the Egoists », which won the Prix du Premier Roman de la Ville d’Arras in 1994.


In 2001, he received the the French Academy’s ’Grand Prix du Théâtre’ for the entire corpus of his work.
And in 2010, he received the Prix Goncourt de la nouvelle for "Concerto à la mémoire d’un ange".
This year Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt has been unanimously elected by his peer members of the jury of the Prix Goncourt, where he occupies the cover of Edmonde Charles-Roux, Jules Renard and Sacha Guitry.

Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt in Hong Kong

Film screening of « Oscar et la dame rose », followed by a discussion between Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt and Dr Fredric MAO Chun-fai, BBS at Asia Society

November 6 (Sunday), 3:15pm – 6:30pm
In English
Asia Society Hong Kong Center, 9 Justice Drive, Admiralty
RSVP required:
For reservation and more information:

Meeting students at French International School (Not open to general public)
November 7 (Monday)

Meeting with readers at the French bookshop Parenthèses in Central
November 7 (Monday) 6:30pm-8pm
In French
14 Wellington Street, Central Hong Kong
Free entry
For more information:

Meeting with university students at Department of Government and International Studies at Hong Kong Baptist University
November 8 (Tuesday) 11am-12:30pm
In English
Dr Wu Yee Sun Lecture Theatre (Room WLB 109)
Lam woo International Conferenence Centre
Shaw Campus
Hong Kong Baptist University
Free entry
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publié le 04/11/2016

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