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Hong Kong film production got benefit at the Greater Bay Area, says movies industry expert

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Suki Chan reported at 19.2.2019

Film made in Hong Kong only around 10 productions last 10 years. The Greater Bay Area established benefit Hong Kong movies industry develop completely in the future, says movies industry expert.

“Funders cannot find investable script, and directors don't know where can find the funders,” professor emeritus of the Hong Kong Baptist University Cheuk Pak-tong said at Hong Kong Shue Yan University today.

Cheuk said The Greater Bay Area provided a chance for those funders and directors communicate easily. It broke the block of location between Hong Kong and Mainland, he added.

The Greater Bay Area solved problems that Hong Kong government provided not enough funding for the industry, he said.

"Hong Kong government have supported for new director in film production, however it only 3.3 films got these supports every year," Cheuk said.

As one of the Film Development Fund committee, some committee believed good funding management is important that funding approved for potential films, Cheuk said.

“It made a phenomenon that funding proved enough by government, but film directors cannot use,” Cheuk said.

A new director produced film Weeds on Fire used 2 million of production cost, the successful showed that not huge money new directors needed, he said.

He said Chinese movie was not developed yet. China had 1.4 billion people, but only had one film center in Beijing, he added.

“Hollywood had 3 billion people, and some supported by the New York School,” “China should develop one more film center,” he said.

Guangdong was a place has good selling of most of films, he said. If the new film center placed at Guangdong, it was a good chance for Hong Kong film production, he added.

Cheuk was professor emeritus of the Hong Kong Baptist University and member of the Film Development Council of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government which management fund of $1 Billion in 2013 to 2019. He was founding School of the Film Institute of Hong Kong Baptist University and the First Director presented at 2009 to 2014.

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