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Hong Kong-Mainland co-produced movies restrict productions

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By Matthew Chan March 5, 2019


Hong Kong movies were lack of clear directions last year, despite the fact that local film productions are boosting up, a local movie maker says.

“We could observe an improvement in local film productions last year from the latest Hong Kong Film Awards nominations, however the sector is still searching for their directions to both survive and doing what they want to do,” said Albert Lai Kai Git, Professional Adjudicators of Hong Kong Film Awards and the director of Many Vision Ltd.

Lai said he particularly appreciate inspirational film “Men On The Dragon”, and “Tracey”, the film about gender identity in a Shue Yan University talk.

He said he wants to see more inspirational local films like “Men On The Dragon”, which the genre itself allows the films to showcase in Mainland China, in return gaining more foreign recognition for the brand of “Hong Kong films”.

Lai criticised local productions that contain a lot of foul languages in recent years, which China’s censorship system blocked their screening, he reckoned Hong Kong films should “go further” beyond local audiences.

He said co-produced movies from Hong Kong and China limit the creativity and production freedom, while local films in contrast, allow producers having more freedom.

Meanwhile, he agreed China movies are leading Hong Kong movies.

Taking “the Wandering Earth” as an example, he said the computer graphics and special effects prove the leap of China’s movie industry, especially the techniques of Mainland’s post-production companies.

“The Wandering Earth” is a 2019 Chinese science fiction film directed by Frant Gwo, based on the novella of the same name by Locus Award and Hugo Award-winning author Liu Cixin, which it has reached a world-record 11.1 billion yuan in February from China Box Office.

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