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Pitching culture is not common in Hong Kong.

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Pitching culture is not common in Hong Kong. --105167 2012年11月9日 (五) 23:20 (UTC)


Reporter Priscilla Yuen


November 6, 2012 -- “CNEX is a platform to support Chinese documentaries.” said Ada Li, CNEX foundation manager. Ada Li, Cheuk Cheung, director of My Way and Wong Siu Pong, director of Fish Story, attend the general assembly of Shue Yan University.


“Hong Kong doesn’t have the pitching culture,” said Ada. In Hong Kong, the pitching culture maybe only have it in RTHK, compare with foreign it just have very little. Also, foreign have many independents documentary maker, but Hong Kong is not common because the citizen doesn’t have interest. Ada said China is a developing country; those issues which uncover would be more serious. For example it would talk about the contradiction between city and village. And the difference between Hong Kong and China documentary is Hong Kong would more focus on person. Person would be the main focus of whole story.


Cheuk Cheung also defines the difference of drama and documentary. Drama can use our pen to change anything, it would be more initiative. And documentary is very passive, because we never know what would happen and we can’t change the fact, we just a bystander to record what’s happening.


CNEX is a non-profit making organization, its operation rely on the government funding and donation from some commercial company to support administrative operations.

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