Fifty participants, including domestic workers, refugees, asylum-seekers, and allies were trained in video production. Each participant scripted and directed their own video, as well as worked on other participants’ crews. The videos in this screening offer a thoughtful glimpse into their lives and aspirations of domestic workers, asylum- seekers, refugees, migrants, and ethnic minorities living in Hong Kong. These videos provide new ways to think about what we see or what we don’t see – in Hong Kong and in each other.