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Aus-China Film Investment Conference 2017

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Doltone House - Hyde Park

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Sydney, NSW 2000

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Visit Basis Point's official event website on the Aus-China Film Investment Conference 2017 for further information including the event agenda and speakers' profiles.


China’s box office has grown rapidly to become almost as large as the US, creating enormous opportunities for the global film industry.

This event, the first of its kind in Australia, is designed to bring Chinese and Australian high-net-worth investors and venture capital funds to meet with the Australian film industry to capture opportunities from this growth.

The key discussion points are;

  1. The Australian and Chinese governments have a co-production agreement that will benefit the Australian film industry. Why is now the time to invest?

  2. Aus-China co-produced films must have content that appeals to both Chinese and Western audiences – Where will these stories come from? Perhaps a Chinese equivalent of Home and Away – about overseas students living in an Australian city and their interaction with the locals: TV documentaries related to unique Australian agricultural & tourism experiences that appeal to the Chinese

  3. Australia’s film production talent is on par with the US but the local industry lacks capital…which partly explains why Australian film have tended to be lower budget ‘arthouse’ productions rather than more expensive ‘blockbusters’, and why Australian talent moves to Hollywood where the capital is.

  4. Australia has the opportunity to project its ‘soft power’ via its Australian-style of storytelling and content

  5. The global audience for entertainment assets has doubled due to the entry of Chinese mass consumers for film and TV.

  6. Product placement opportunities and its de-facto advertising opportunities for Australian industries and regions are substantial, given the unique Chinese acceptance for such placements, & their willingness to buy product.

  7. Given the above points, Australian and Chinese investors should now take a fresh look at investing in Australian films (not arthouse but mass consumer ‘Chinese-angle’ productions).

  8. Investments can also be made in the film industry itself e.g. film production companies, animation studios, film production schools etc.


A number of free passes are available for SIV investors, SIV funds and family offices.
Visit Basis Point's event website for more information and to apply for the investor access code or free investor pass.


Visit Basis Point's official event website on the Aus-China Film Investment Conference 2017 for further information including the event agenda and speakers' profiles.

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