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Future of the Creativity Industry in Hong Kong is Pessimistic

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Future of the Creativity Industry in Hong Kong is Pessimistic

Live action film makers, Mr. Simon Au and Mr. Paul To share their view of the local creativity industry at Shue Yan University, and feel pessimistic about its development in Hong Kong.

Their short live action film, “Monster and I” has won the Signis Asia short film award. The theme of the film is children abuse. They hope the film draw public attention to that social problem.

Mr. Simon Au indicates the local creativity industry do not well-developed in Hong Kong and the local media do not support its development, there is no chance for the local producers to show their film.

“The television stations, like TVB and ATV, usually prefer broadcasting non-local films and cartoons.” he says. “To a certain extent, the success of local creativity depends on the media.”

Apart from that, the local creativity industry does not get enough financial support from the Government.

Mr. Paul To says the government would only line up a few film competitions every year. It would not invest too much in the industry as low returns.

He adds “For the independent film makers like us, it’s difficult to apply the Hong Kong Film Development Fund. They may not read the proposal which we hand in.”

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