Cinema City on Yee Tai Street in Chai Wan in July, 2017. The performance of films produced with Hong Kong-mainland collaboration offers hope of a brighter future for Hong Kong film. Photo: Antony Dickson
Cinema City on Yee Tai Street in Chai Wan in July, 2017. The performance of films produced with Hong Kong-mainland collaboration offers hope of a brighter future for Hong Kong film. Photo: Antony Dickson
Hiu Man Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Hiu Man Chan

How Hong Kong’s film industry can reinvent itself for a global audience

  • Filmmakers have the talent to recapture the imagination of viewers outside China, and the industry should look to collaborate with companies around the world
  • Local policy support is as important as good scripts, and funding schemes could be more flexible to allow better international engagement

Cinema City on Yee Tai Street in Chai Wan in July, 2017. The performance of films produced with Hong Kong-mainland collaboration offers hope of a brighter future for Hong Kong film. Photo: Antony Dickson
Cinema City on Yee Tai Street in Chai Wan in July, 2017. The performance of films produced with Hong Kong-mainland collaboration offers hope of a brighter future for Hong Kong film. Photo: Antony Dickson
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