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Hong Kong film industry hammers out crisis proposals

The creation of a Hong Kong Film Commission - centralising all of the territory's film support mechanisms - was one of the key proposals to emerge from a crisis conference held by the Hong Kong film industry yesterday (September 18).Conference delegates also suggested that the Hong Kong government underwrite bank loans for film production."We're not asking for subsidies or hand-outs," said John Sham, standing adviser to the Hong Kong Federation of Film Workers which ...

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