Create Hong Kong’s services

In view of the Government’s announcement (8 Dec) that civil servants should work from home (WFH) as far as practicable, Create Hong Kong (CreateHK) announced today (9 Dec) that, until further notice, the counter services of CreateHK (including Film Development Council Secretariat (Secretariat)) on 40/F, Revenue Tower will open from 0900 am to 0600 pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday only. Secretariat will continue to provide services, including processing applications submitted by post. However, owing to the above arrangement, processing time may be longer than usual.

For general enquiries, please call CreateHK at 2594 5846 during the above office hours.

 

Extension of application period for Film Production Financing Scheme (Relaxation Plan)

Film Production Financing Scheme (Relaxation Plan) was launched on 15 July 2020. The deadline for application has been extended for six months from 14 January 2021 to 14 July 2021.

The Application Form and Guide to Application can be downloaded from the links below.

Application Form (PDF Format)

Application Form (Excel Format)

Guide to Application (PDF Format)

For enquiries, please contact the HKFDC Secretariat at info@fdc.gov.hk or call 2594 5846 during office hours (9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday)

20 December 2020

“Welcome to the Homepage of the Hong Kong
Film Development Council”

In his Policy Address in October 2006, the Chief Executive announced that the Secretary for Commerce, Industry and Technology (retitled as the Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development with effect from 1 July 2007) will co-ordinate the film-related policy, planning and activities, including manpower training, Mainland and overseas promotion, and filming support. In order to support the Secretary and to ensure the policy is in line with the sustainable development of the film industry, the Government established the Hong Kong Film Development Council (FDC) on 15 April 2007. The new term of the FDC commenced on 1 April 2019.

The main role of the FDC is to advise the Secretary on the policy, strategy and institutional arrangement for the promotion and development of the film industry, as well as the use of public funds to support the industry.

You are cordially invited to find out more about the FDC by visiting our website.