An Analysis of Reception Aesthetics of China’s “Co-productions”

Li Zhan


The development of co-productions between Hong Kong and the mainland has always been accompanied by political,
economic, cultural and other factors of traction, and has also brought different degrees of influence to the aesthetic presentation
of co-productions. After CEPA, Hong Kong filmmakers began to “go north” with their mature film production experience and are
ready to show their skills in the vast mainland market. Similarly, there are various aspects of the Hong Kong film industry chain.
The policy was issued so that the co-production of the two places was formally incorporated into the national system.


China’s “Co-productions”; Reception aesthetics; The analysis

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v10i2.2278


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