Illustration: Craig StephensIllustration: Craig Stephens
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Craig Addison
Opinion

Opinion

Craig Addison

Why Hong Kong’s independent film industry will lose its identity under the national security law

  • Since 1997, the fortunes of Hong Kong’s filmmakers have been tied to the lucrative mainland Chinese market
  • There was always a thin line separating the films that could be made on either side of the border. The security law erases that line

Illustration: Craig StephensIllustration: Craig Stephens
Illustration: Craig Stephens
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