The film 堡 藏 – BAO ZANG, also known by the English name, Stolen Fairytale, is getting Dragon Mark certification on the 24th of April 2018. This means that the film has taken a big leap on its road towards being broadcasted on the Chinese TV screen, as well as in cinemas.
”There has to be talent, but if you want to be on the top of the list, you have to work hard. And that applies to all aspects of life; whether you are swinging the racket or shooting a scene.” – Viktor Axelsen, ranked second on the world list and the perfect ambassador. He knows China, speaks Chinese and knows what talent development means – and exactly what it takes.
”The scenery is more colourful, fairytale-like and full of contrasts than I had imagined. We didn’t need to add or change very much in the scenes,” says Zou Dan, who is the scenographer of the Chinese film recorded on Funen and behind a range of high profile Chinese film og tv productions.
Easy accessible locations and a professional film environment makes Denmark an attractive destination. At the same time the country is known as being full of creative people who have extensive knowledge of everything from storytelling to the Oscars.
Many Chinese pedagogues, managers and experts in the field of education have been travelling to Nordfyns Folk High school to learn about Grundtvig, folk high school traditions, H.C. Andersen and Danish kindergarten teaching methods.