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Senior director: Chung Shu-kun does not familiar with the movie industry

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Chalice Cheung | February 10, 2015

Yesterday, Councilor Chung Shu-kun said that coproduce with mainland China is the only way that Hong Kong movies can survive. In response, director Herman Yau claim that coproduce with China is not the only way out. “Chung Shu-kun does not familiar with the movie industry”, Yau added.

Yau do not think that China is the only market to Hong Kong movies, but he mentioned that coproduce with mainland is usually a choice for directors to earn quick money. “Films from Japan and Hollywood do not seek for China market but they can still survive for years,” said Yau.

In order to pass the censorship, Yau said that mainland's elements have to be added in the movie, some scenes have to be cut. He mention that there was a movie originally length 120 minutes, been cut to 70 minutes after filtering all the “sensitive” content.

Yau also said there is a market for the local movies with “local element”. He said his latest production “Sara” is a local movie and he did not consider the mainland market.
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