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Director Adam Wong Sau Ping yesterday attended the UNICEF Hong Kong 35th anniversary. Wong Sau Ping said that in recent years he has mainly worked in education. Seeing many young people's work encouraged him. "At least no one 'tang ping'! They worked on their creation with a lot of fire." He even revealed that he was preparing for a movie about the hearing impaired and hoped to be able to start production in the middle of next year. "The film THE WAY WE DANCE had an amputee dancer. His story has encouraged many people. Thus I came into contact with some dance who have lost their hearing and gradually got in touch with the deaf. (Would this subject be difficult to make?) If it isn't then we wouldn't be able to make good movies, having some difficulty to overcome would make a good one."
The 58th Golden Horse Award took place earlier. REVOLUTION OF OUR TIMES won Best Documentary, DRIFTING won Best Adapted Screenplay, and Clara Law with DRIFTING PETALS won Best Director. Wong Sau Ping said that he paid attention to the Golden Horse Award and was happy for winners, nominees and presenters who worked hard for film and contributed to promoting culture. Other than DRIFTING, the other two films had very little chance at a Hong Kong release. He admitted that was regrettable.
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