The movie visual special effects sector (in China) is still in the initial stage, where challenges and opportunities coexist, as can be indicated by the fast-growing box office receipts in the country.”
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And from his previous experience in offering guidance in India, he said it’s funny there’s a lot of little things that they don’t realize they’re doing. “They don’t really see it, because it’s so present in their culture. And it takes an outside eye, someone from outside to say oh, no, you shouldn’t be doing that, if you want global acceptance.”
Currently, the contradiction lies in the gap between the increasing level of appreciation among Chinese audiences and the domestic movie VFX production quality, especially for the younger generation whose tastes stay abreast of the global audience, as they have a rich experience of quality blockbusters, said Zhang.
But the domestic moviemakers are enhancing their understanding of VFX, in which they have realized that visual special effects have become an integral part of