請各位先登陸 (studentID,Moodle 密碼登陸),後編輯
請各位使用左方之工具列上的上載文件連結上載習作相關的相片

Film director welcomed measures of HK$1 billion injections into the Film Development Fund

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

(修訂版本間差異)
跳轉到: 導航, 搜尋
(新頁面: Reported by Wong Yan Ting, published on 23th, April 2019 Film director Au Man-kit praised the injection scheme to support local film industry but he hoped more investors and businessmen …)
 
第1行: 第1行:
 +
Structure: 8 Content: 7.5
Reported by Wong Yan Ting, published on 23th, April 2019
Reported by Wong Yan Ting, published on 23th, April 2019

在2019年5月26日 (日) 01:20的當前修訂版本

Structure: 8 Content: 7.5 Reported by Wong Yan Ting, published on 23th, April 2019

Film director Au Man-kit praised the injection scheme to support local film industry but he hoped more investors and businessmen would invest money in Hong Kong film productions.

Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced an HK$1 billion injection into the Film Development Fund in her 2018 Policy Address last October with the aim of “nurturing” local talent.

Au graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts directing department in 2014. He is a film director of Ten Years, Trivisa and Distinction. He was awarded the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Screenplay and Best Director in 2012 and 2017 respectively.

“Many countries, such as South Korea, India, and Hollywood do not have government financial support in the film industry but their productions are still successful and popular,” Au at an assembly at Shue Yan University.

“Therefore, I think Hong Kong film industry should not be too dependent on government,” Au said.

Although Au said the injection scheme was good to support the industry but said that the procedures and requirements to apply for subsidies were often complex and difficult.

“None of my films, such as Ten years, Trivisa and Distinction could get the funding from Film Development Fund,” Au said. “The Film Development Fund’s current system is quite subjective, which depends on how the members view the feasibility of your film.”

For the Central authorities’ five relaxation measures to further facilitate the entry of Hong Kong films and films practitioners into the Mainland market, Au said these measures did not change his plans and make him start to explore the mainland market.

Last year, a mainland investor offered RMB$50 million to Au to make a film based on Macao but he rejected.

“I was attracted and interested in the theme but I couldn’t accept it when I read the scripts,” Au said.

He was also concerned about he could not film well because he did not understand the tastes of movie-goers in the mainland.

--165136 2019年5月1日 (三) 19:16 (CST)

個人工具