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Movie approval limited the co-production between Hong Kong and mainland

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Reported by Lam Lok Yiu, 23rd April, 2019

Mainland has many limitations in movies, they have to submit for approval before filming. A famous filmmaker said, this approval system is the reason less filming cooperate between local and mainland.

Jevons Au Man-kit, a filmmaker and director in Hong Kong said, “Some mainland investors had requested me to produce a movie and I was really impressed when I saw the script, but as the movies approval system, I hesitated and do rejected the offer, as there were too many limitations”, as filmmakers needed to submit for approval to examine before filming movies in China to determine whether the movies were in correct social values and norms or not. He added, if the movies included any differences between the approval and the final production, the further editing was a must.

Au said, if the local filmmakers could accept the movie approval in mainland, more co-production between Hong Kong and mainland would be produced.

Stay in comfort zone could not provide innovative movie

The movie in Hong Kong did not have any huge breakthrough, as the young filmmakers come out from their comfort zone, they did not explore and adventure different movie genres and themes, and they only followed the original theme and filmed it again and again, Au said.

Au said, as the filmmakers always stay in their comfort zone, they thought movie must film with camera, however smartphone could also do the same function, and could film the movies more feasible. Also, filmmakers had to think the longer way, movies were not only played in cinema, and also could played on television and online media, so Au suggested young filmmakers film movies more adventurous.

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