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CNEX did not self-censored, the foundation manager said

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November 7, 2012

Cherry Wai Cheuk Ying


CNEX Foundation Manager, Ada Li, said that CNEX was a non-profit making foundation and the judges would not be influenced by censorship in China when they considered which documentaries should receive the funding.

Li said that CNEX welcomed people from different places to pitch stories which reflected the situation or foresaw the future of the contemporary Chinese communities. She admitted that censorship did exist in China but it would not be a criterion for the judges to choose which films should get the funding. The foundation tended to encourage the directors to start production first and then tried to find the distribution method.

Li used the case of Zhang Zan-bo, the director of Falling from the Sky to explain further. She said that he had made a story pitch about shoddy construction in China to CNEX for this year theme— Dissolution and Restoration of Love. Some judges concerned that the distribution of the film would face problem in mainland China; however, all of the judges believed that the theme was related to public interest and was worth doing. As a result, Zhang got the funding and started his production.

Li also said that the capital of CNEX was mainly from donation and application of funding. She added that the CNEX offices in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan would regularly solicit and collect contributions from individuals and companies.

--105174 2012年11月7日 (三) 01:50 (UTC)
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