Bridge the gap is an experience of collision. A bombardment of unique personalities, different cultures, and the combined energy of many people getting to know each other in a very short period of time. Bringing together international running crews in one pre-determined city, everyone parties it up while running a race sometime in between all of the hanging out, eating, drinking, and exploring. Each bridge the gap is different city to city. Hong Kong is no exception, sharing the idea that there is no time to rest, there is always something to do.
Harbour Runners (HR) are one of the first to be established in the Asian running crew movement, a centerpiece for EAST meets WEST. Being one of the more respected crews, HR has influenced other Asian running crews while pushing the boundaries of what the running crew movement is about. Introducing how to take back your city, intertwining running with your life, and extending the metaphor of running into our creative lives.
Also, further tying the local to international creative connection, HR collaborated with local illustrators Brainrental to execute the logo and identity for the weekend experience.
Directed by Film Path Hong Kong
Logo designed by Brainrental