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CNEX: Fueling Chinese Documentaries

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By LI JING WEN

Ada Li, CNEX Foundation Manager, said that documentaries often show concerns on social issues,and then more people will continue to care for them.

Go Grandriders, a documentary presented in Hong Kong Asian Film Festival, has broken the box-office record in Taiwan. Not only Go Grandriders, but also another film My Way, produced by CNEX, was selected in the Hong Kong Asian Film Festival. Cheuk Cheung, the director of My Way, said, “it is my first time to make documentary film, and it is totally different from drama. “ he thought documentaries could be considered as are mirrors that reflect reality and a bridge between you and where you are living.


“However, production and distribution of documentaries are not that easy, ” Li said,“most documentaries come out in international film festivals.” Apart from film festivals, lots of exchange programs were held to promote documentaries. In 2012, CNEX has guided 400 thousands audiences to watch documentary films in Mainland China.


Besides that, as a non-profit foundation, CNEX has organized annual thematic productions. It intends to invite filmmakers to present their ideas towards a settled theme and provide funding for the directors to shoot if they do stand out from hundreds.


Li added, ”there are always fewer proposals from Hong Kong filmmakers presented at the annual thematic production, because people are not quiet familiar with pitching in Hong Kong. “


In addition, Li introduced their annual pitching workshop, as she thought it was important for green hand to gain more exercise and experience of making a good documentary’s proposal.


Still, CNEX plans to support filmmakers from Mainland China,Taiwan,Hong Kong and overseas Chinese society to produce 100 documentaries of 10 different topics in 10 years, connecting Chinese culture and the world.
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