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Documentaries, more than just recording

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Nov 6th—The documentary film named “Go Grandriders”, which was promoted by CNEX, has achieved 23 million (Taiwan dollar) profits since it has released in October 12th, which breaks the record of film profits about documentary film in Taiwan.

The film tells a story that 17 grandparents, whose average age is 81, finally succeeded in riding the motorbike to go around the Taiwan Island. The most touching part of this film is that it raises a question towards the public, “How much courage will you have to make the dreams come true when you are over 80?” And the success of this film increasingly attracts public’s attention on documentaries.

“However, people know little about the documentaries actually,” said Ada Li, the manager of CNEX foundation, “documentaries are more than just recording the reality.”

As a non-profit foundation committed to producing and promoting documentaries development, CNEX insists the prospect that using 10 years, creating 10 different themes, and making more than 100 documentaries.

“Documentary is an essential media to show society’s dramatic transition,” Said Ada, added that “it acts as a bridge to connect the local culture and the world.”

CNEX would hold a pitching conference in Beijing every year, selecting no more than 10 directors from hundreds of directors who have handed in their proposals. And then, CNEX would subsidize these selected directors to complete their dreaming documentaries.

“The process of taking documentary gives me an approach of having a deeper understanding about the real Hong Kong society,” said Cheuk Cheung, the documentary director selected by CNEX.

“It (documentary) makes me form the habit of thinking about the incident from another point of view,” said Wong Siu Pong, another documentary director from CNEX.

“In fact, documentaries don’t have a specific pattern. The differences of the documentaries result from the directors’ different living conditions,” said Wong, “The most critical part about documentaries is to send the appropriate message, and cause public to think. And that is also the most attracting part of documentaries.”

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