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CNEX supports worth-filming documentaries

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By Lo Wai Yin


CNEX Foundation Manager Ada Li said at Shue Yan University yesterday that CNEX would fully support documentary proposals which were worth filming, though the stories related to sensitive issues.


“Since our audience is people from the whole world, we do not concern whether the documentaries relate to sensitive issues, which might be banned in China,” Li said, adding that they welcomed and encouraged documentary proposals from the mainland directors as a platform supporting Chinese documentary filmmakers and fully supported the proposals which were worthy to film.


Being a non-profit foundation, CNEX’s operation capital mainly comes from donation. Li said, “We regularly look for some enthusiastic people to make contribution to our foundation, so that we can support the select filmmakers by funding.” She added that CNEX also applied for fund to hold different activities such as workshops and film tours.


Wong Siu Pong is a Hong Kong director who graduated from Shue Yan University in 2010. He is one of the select directors funded by CNEX foundation and now doing the post-production of his second documentary Fish Story.


CNEX is a foundation established in 2007 and dedicates to the production and promotion of documentaries of the Chinese. It holds an annual pitching every year to select good documentary proposals and funds the projects.


--105160 2012年11月7日 (三) 00:38 (UTC)
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