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Seeing its favourable returns and potentials of market penetration, Hong Kong-Mainland co-production has become mainstream for filmmakers. However, this model may also aggravate the outflow of local film talent, leading to a succession problem in the industry. Even though various film financing schemes are in place, their limited budgets are insufficient to nurture young talent. Can Hong Kong learn from the experience of South Korea Government in financing filmmakers to restore Hong Kong movies from the golden age?
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.