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Great Bay Area offers Hong Kong’s film industry a chance for a brighter future

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By Wong Yan Ting on 19th February 2019

The golden age of the city’s movie-making is now a distant memory but the strength of the industry on the mainland offers Hong Kong opportunities, said by a professor.

“There are 11 cities with around 70 to 100 million of the audience in Greater Bay Area, so it is a great platform for developing creative and art industry,” said by Cheuk Pak Tong, a professor emeritus of the Hong Kong Baptist University.

Cheuk said that the early 1980s was the golden age of Hong Kong cinema. It has gone from producing 200 to 300 films a year to about 30 in more recent time.

Cheuk said the only problem of Hong Kong Film industry was lack of capital.

“The audience market is shrinking so it is hard for producers to make the profit when they only rely on the local audience,” he said at an assembly at Shue Yan University.

“There are still a lot of films with a strong local identity but ironically, no one cares about the industry is declining,” he said.

The glory days of Hong Kong films were not likely to return while the mainland movie industry was booming, he also added.

“Guangdong has the greatest box office among all provinces and cities. Besides this, the rapid rise of the mainland’s film industry will exceed New York and Japan in the future,” Cheuk said.

However, the regulations scheme on mainland hinders the plot of films a lot.

“The regulations on the administration of movies limit the theme of films and the self-censorship is serious,” Cheuk said.

Hong Kong moviemakers could take advantage of this because “Hong Kong films have no fixed content”, Check said.

“We can film whatever we think of so this is our advantage and make the city’s film industry more fruitful and diversified,” Check said.

Yet, Hong Kong moviemakers needed to learn how to succeed on the mainland and to understand the requirements and the tastes of movie-goers were different to those in this city, Cheuk said.

--165136 2019年2月21日 (四) 21:28 (CST)

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