The epidemic did not stop the creation, Ning Hao and Bad Monkey Pictures promoted many new films

The epidemic did not stop the creation, Ning Hao and Bad Monkey Pictures promoted many new films
On May 21, Director Ning Hao and several directors of the Bad Monkey Pictures “72 Change Film Project” spoke for the first time, expressing their views on the future of the film industry after the epidemic.Bad Monkey Pictures has produced many famous works such as “Crazy Stone”, “Crazy Racing”, “No Man’s Land”, “Frozen Heart” and “Crazy Alien”.In 2016, Bad Monkey Pictures launched the “72 Change Film Project” to gather aspiring young filmmakers to discover the new power of film.After the outbreak of the New Coronary Pneumonia epidemic, the various projects of Bad Monkey Pictures suffered various levels of impact.Ning Hao said: “The films we have done before have no way to be released.The unfinished movie cannot be prepared and proceeded because it could not be gathered before.At this time, as a company’s operating experience, it will carry a lot of pressure, and the distortion of the future market will make the funds more tight.”The director who impressed the audience with his feature film” Beneficiary “last year bid for the Olympics. Because of the impact of the epidemic, the original overseas exploration plan of the new work was forced to intervene; he has directed the directors of short films such as” Bad “and” Fearless “.The preparatory work for Wang Zizhao’s new film was suspended due to the epidemic, and the shooting schedule was also planned to be split to the end. Xia Peng, the director of the animated short film “Dragon Tiger Egg Yolk School”, had to reorganize the actors of the new project according to the epidemic situation and the backstage. But the epidemic did not stop the creative footsteps of the directors to whom the Bad Monkey belongs.Ning Hao started to prepare his new film “My Hometown” from the end of last year, perfected the script during the shutdown, and is expected to officially start shooting in June this year.The film follows the multi-section short film mode of “My Motherland”, and Ning Hao also acts as the film’s chief director.”I’m not a drug god” director Wen Muye admits that the impact of the epidemic on him is “less”, and his next movie is in the stage of script creation: “The meeting time has become longer, but everyone has quickly adapted.”Directed by Wen Shipei, “Tropical Past” starring Peng Yuyan has entered the final stage of subsequent production, and the film has also been hit by the epidemic.Director Wen Shipei said that the epidemic situation allowed him to “have more time and make every moment more refined.” The director Wu Chenxun, who was recognized by the bad monkey film industry with the short film “Plastic Goldfish”, has a special experience. During the epidemic, she stuck to Wuhan and recorded Wuhan after the closure of the city in the form of Vlog.She believes that these images will “become data that records this era and this historical event.” In Ning Hao’s opinion, “Youth film should be related to the events of humanity as a whole, with his own perspective, record and concern.”During the epidemic, Bad Monkey Pictures also launched a call for papers campaign for young Chinese-speaking directors in North America, dedicated to documenting the changes the epidemic brought to the times and providing a platform for movie creators to speak out.At present, the project has received more than 300 submissions, and the corresponding domestic solicitation plan is also in progress.Sauna, Ye Wang Zhou Huixiaowan editor Huang Jialing school against Lu Qian