Hong Kong’s film industry set to revive itself with new talent

Many young new directors are making their debut at this year’s international film festival. Hong Kong-made films are stealing the show. It is hoped home-grown talent telling local stories will revive the semi-autonomous

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    Many young new directors are making their debut at this year’s international film festival.

    Hong Kong-made films are stealing the show. It is hoped home-grown talent telling local stories will revive the semi-autonomous Chinese territory’s film industry.

    Al Jazeera’s Divya Gopalan reports from Hong Kong.


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