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Think-tank urges local film-makers to make use of Greater Bay Area Listen
The think-tank founded by former chief executive Tung Chee-hwa says local film-makers should make use of resources in the Greater Bay Area, to help forge greater cross-border cooperation. The group also said the Hong Kong government should provide the local movie industry with more financial support. But how will local movie-makers benefit from more accessible resources on the mainland? And, aside from more subsidies, what more can the Hong Kong government do to help boost the movie sector? Ben Tse asked Oscar Ho, associate professor of practice in cultural management at the Chinese University, what more the government can do to make the territory’s movie industry more sustainable and lively:
Sweden facing political deadlock Listen
Sweden is facing a political deadlock after the far-right made gains in legislative elections that left the question of who will form the next government. Neither the centre-left nor the centre-right bloc obtained a majority. The far-right Sweden Democrats solidified their position as third-biggest party and kingmaker, albeit with a lower score than they had expected. RTHK’s London correspondent Gavin Grey told Jim Gould that it might take the parties many weeks or even months to form a coalition government: