List of selected projects of the “4th Support Programme for the Production of Feature Films” announced

The second review of the “4th Support Programme for the Production of Feature Films”, organized by the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC, from the Portuguese acronym), has been completed and three beneficiaries and their film projects were selected: Long Day, Long Night by Lam Kin Kuan, At Least Not Today by Io Lou Ian and Be Ordinary by Choi Ian Sin. Each selected candidate will receive a subsidy of up to MOP2,000,000 and professional advice from veteran film professionals for the production and marketing of the selected feature film.

The “Support Programme for the Production of Feature Films” aims to promote the development of the Macao film industry, continuously cultivate local filmmaking talent, encourage local filmmakers to get involved in feature film production, and enhance the production capacity of local film professionals. A total of 16 applications were received this year, of which 15 were eligible for the programme. The adjudication included the initial review and the second review. The adjudication panel included the representative of Hong Kong Samson Pictures, Chiu Liang Ching; the representative of Hong Kong Ideas Workshop Limited, Tin Kai Man; the representative of Hong Kong Full Moon Creative LLC., Fung Wing; the representative of Beijing Shanghua Culture and Media Co., Ltd., Song Wen; and the representative of Taiwan Swallow Wings Films Co., Ltd., Yao Ching-Yu. For enquiries about the results of the second review, please contact staff members of IC, Mr. Chong through tel. 83996256 or Mr. Leong through tel. 83996297 during office hours.

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