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100 Documentaries to Preserve Chinese Culture

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100 documentaries to preserve Chinese culture


Chan Ching Man 6, November 2012


Hong Kong was named as a "desert of culture” for its ignorance of artistic activities. But there are still people who devoted to it. CNEX, the foundation of documentaries production, was trying its best to support documentaries production and promotion in Chinese societies.


“’CNEX’” means ’Chinese next’ and ‘see next’,” said Ada Li, the CNEX foundation manager. She said that the main purpose of the foundation is to support Chinese documentary filmmakers.


“We started a project called ‘10years, 10 themes, 100 documentaries’ in 2007. Every year we announce a theme and solicit stories. The ten selected stories will receive our fund and professional support. So we can have 100 documentaries of Chinese ten years later, ” Li added. Through the project, Li said they are aiming at connecting Chinese culture and the world and preserve visuals and cultures of Chinese community


CNEX received more than 100 pitches each past years. Most of them were from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Li said that due to different lifestyle and culture, stories from each society have different style. Taiwan filmmakers tend to have more creative stories. Chinese filmmakers have more interest on serious topics like poverty, education, and politics. Li added that the foundation would support good stories even if they contain sensitive materials.


For Hong Kong, the CNEX received more stories about civic awareness and social movement in the recent years. Li said that Hong Kong media seldom have outsourced production. She hoped there will be more Hong Kong filmmakers to join this project.
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