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Five convenient film measures do not help encourage directors to develop in the Mainland

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Recently, with the implementation of the five measures by the Central Government to relax the restrictions on co-productions between Hong Kong and the Mainland. More and more Hong Kong filmmakers have the opportunity to open up the mainland market. It is also a good choice to go to the mainland to develop, but is this the case?

AU Man-Kit Jevons, a Filmmaker and a Consultant Director of Next Digital Incubation said that although the mainland has opened up restrictions on the filming of Hong Kong and the Mainland, the filmmakers will not put the Hong Kong market first because of the two markets. The gap is too big. It is impossible for a market of 7 million people to fully follow the tastes of Hong Kong people. More emphasis will be placed on the subjects that the mainland audience pays attention to and like.

However, the policy also has its advantages. For example, the freedom of choice of subject matter has also increased, and it is also possible to apply for support provided by the Mainland. However, the high film production fee is not the only factor that attracts local directors to the Mainland market.

Au pointed out that he had received an invitation to film a mainland movie with the theme of Macao, and the cost of shooting by the other party was as high as 50 million yuan. However, he finally decided to push the invitation because he did not understand the requirements of the mainland audience for the film, and each director had his own set of shooting techniques, and did not want to take a film for financial reasons. Changing his own creation, he believes that the new film measures will not help encourage the director to travel to the mainland.--165015 2019年4月23日 (二) 23:08 (CST)

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