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The Central authorities’ five relaxation measures will not change the direction of creation, said a Professional Film-maker

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The Central authorities’ five relaxation measures will not change the direction of creation, said a Professional Film-maker
The Central authorities’ five relaxation measures will not change the direction of creation, said a Professional Film-maker

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The Central authorities’ five relaxation measures will not change the direction of creation, said a Professional Film-maker

By Lam King Man Larry on 29th April 2019

The Central authorities’ five relaxation measures can promote film production of Hong Kong, but should not be a factor for changing direction of creation, said a professional film-maker.

"Although the policies can assist for co-production between mainland and Hong Kong, I still not get intention to develop in the Mainland," said Au Man-kit Jevons, the consultant director of Next Digital Incubation.

Au was an experienced film-maker who had directed many local movies, such as Trivisa, Ten Years and Distinction. He had been nominated to the Golden Horse Award for Best New Director before. He also got the Hong Kong Film Awards for Best New Director and Screenwriter.

The Central authorities’ five relaxation measures had been announced by Chief Executive, Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor on 16th April, which to further facilitate the entry of Hong Kong films and film practitioners into the Mainland market. The measures include removing the restriction on the number of Hong Kong people participating in Mainland film productions, and lifting the limit on the percentage of Hong Kong artistes and requirement of Mainland-related plots in films jointly produced by the two places.

In fact, the biggest challenge was the submission of reviewing to the China Authority, which required adequate knowledge to the Mainland Regulation, and the passionate of filming movie, said Au.

"I think that I have not understood the taste of the mainland audience, therefore I am worried that I could not completed the ideal work," said Au.

Au said that last year he was invited by mainland investors to make a film which the production fee was 50 million. However he could not accept the content of the script, therefore he finally decided to quit.

"Undoubtedly, the production cost of the co-production film is higher than that of Hong Kong local movies, therefore it is very reasonable for the government's policy to support the co-production of China and Hong Kong," said Au.

However, Au said behind each measure, there is still a channel of agenda, so the main point is film-maker should keep his own direction of creation.

For the future work direction, Au said that he only wants to focus on the shooting work and script creation that he is interested in, so he will not stop the work which in progress due to the new policy.

"I don't like to stick to the Comfort zone, and waste time for re-doing a certain type of work, so I hoping to constantly discover new themes,“ said Au.

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