UA Cinemas have shut their doors for good after 36 years in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong UA Cinemas have shut their doors for good after 36 years in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
UA Cinemas have shut their doors for good after 36 years in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
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Mainland is key to saving Hong Kong’s film industry

  • The coronavirus has had a devastating impact on cinemas, with many being forced to shut down and resulting in a knock-on effect on those who produce movies. The silver lining for Hong Kong, though, is that the market north of the border is still open

UA Cinemas have shut their doors for good after 36 years in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong UA Cinemas have shut their doors for good after 36 years in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
UA Cinemas have shut their doors for good after 36 years in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
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