The main goals of this project are to identify, categorize and analyse support available for filmmakers in the Asia region, especially the emergence of influential film commissions. It compares the different strategies for managing the changing role of film commissions adopted by major organisations in Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea, and maps the move toward increased cooperation among networks of Asian film commissions as well as the formation of new organizations in emerging markets such as Cambodia, China, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. The projects seeks to understand the region’s future role in film location support services to clients from overseas film and television industries wishing to benefit from the emergence of new markets in Asia.
The project explored the most important film commissions in Asia today.
To explore the most important film commission in Asia today. These include:
In the context of Asia’s predicted economic growth over the coming decade, understanding the region’s future role in film location support services will be of vital importance to clients from overseas film and television industries anxious to benefit from the emergence of new markets in Asia.
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