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Adversity for documentary filming in Hong Kong

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(Your lead was good. It should be pitching instead of proposing as you have put it. You should explain to your readers what pitching was all about. To an independent production company, the concept of pitching is to sell its creative idea or project to a movie or TV studio, or in this case, an arts funding panel. If the studio finds the project interesting or feasible, it will commission the independent production company to produce a show. In the US, a TV studio usually would commission shows on a seasonal basis. If the show becomes successful, the show will go on to its second or third season or more. That is the idea of pitching.)


--105119 2012年11月7日 (三) 01:52 (UTC)

6th November 2012 Chan Man Wa

Adversity for documentary filming in Hong Kong


Ada Li, Manager of a non-profit foundation funding documentary filming for the Chinese people CNEX, pointed out that proposing culture was not popular in the local documentary filming industry because of lacking of media support, leading to fewer productions of documentaries related to Hong Kong.

“Compared to China and Taiwan, there were fewer documentary proposals originally from Hong Kong,” Li said. While there were insufficient local documentary filming ideas as well as production, Hong Kong TV channels tended to purchase the broadcast rights of documentaries from China and South Korea. Li also mentioned that large-scaled foreign TV channels such as BBC and Discovery Channel also outsourced documentary proposals to support their supply of programmes. However in Hong Kong, no media except RTHK would fund outsourced film productions.
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