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Five Measures to Further Facilitate Entry of Hong Kong Movies into Mainland Market

In a statement issued on 16 April, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government welcomed the five liberalisation measures agreed by relevant Central authorities to further facilitate the entry of Hong Kong films and film practitioners into the Mainland market. The five liberalisation measures are:

  1. To remove the restriction on the number of Hong Kong people participating in Mainland film productions;
  2. To remove the restriction on percentage of artistes and requirement of Mainland-related plots in motion pictures jointly produced by the Mainland and Hong Kong (Mainland-Hong Kong co-productions);
  3. To waive the fees for establishing Mainland-Hong Kong co-production projects;
  4. To allow Hong Kong films and film practitioners to apply for nomination for awards in Mainland film festivals; and
  5. To allow Hong Kong film companies to apply for incentives for distributing and promoting outstanding Mainland motion pictures and Mainland-Hong Kong co-productions in Hong Kong, Macao and overseas.

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HKSAR Government welcomes measures by relevant Central authorities to further facilitate entry of Hong Kong film industry into Mainland market

Film industry to be bolstered

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