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Making films in Hong Kong is not hopeless, ‘Trivisa’ director said

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Reported by Ceci Lam, published on 23 April 2019
Reported by Ceci Lam, published on 23 April 2019

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Reported by Ceci Lam, published on 23 April 2019

“You have nothing to lose,” Au Man-Kit Jevons, an Hong Kong Film Award-winning director, encouraged students who are interested in the film industry to try more and improve their working experience when they are young.

Au was graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts directing department in 2014. He was involved in many productions of Hong Kong films such as “Don't Go Breaking My Heart”(2011), “Romancing In Thin Air”(2012) and “Distinction”(2018). “Trivisa” and “Ten Years”, which were directed by Au, won the Best Film of the Hong Kong Film Award in 2016 and 2017.

Au thought making films in Hong Kong is not easy. The film industry was well-developed and illustrious. Over 70 Hong Kong films were produced on average each year, which was even more than some small countries in Europe. However, the future of Hong Kong film industry is still uncertain and the filmmakers feel insecure.

“Making films in Hong Kong is not hopeless but is not as good as we think, ”Au said.

Au used his life experience as an example to encourage students who are interested in the film industry to try more and improve their working experience when they are young. Au’s family was not rich and he started working when he was in secondary school. With the grant loan from the government, he studied in HKAPA. As he needed to pay off the loan which amounts over $100,000, he did a lot of casual work like a photographer. Later, he became a production assistant.

“The income of production assistant is not high. I did not have any holiday and slept only two to three hours a day in those two years. But it was not as tough as you imagine,” Au said.

Stirring up the memories, Au said he did not have any time to spend money or even think about how to make a living.

“All I want to do is writing scripts and watching different kinds of films,” Au said.

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