Malaysia entertainment industry needs a more united approach


A filepic of young filmmakers shooting a scene. Photo: Agency

Datuk Kamil Othman, the former director general of National Film Development Corporation (Finas) and a lifelong film buff, emphasised there is a clear division in the different mediums in Malaysia’s entertainment field.

“I have never seen this industry united, ” he told Amir Rahim of Voice Of Young & Creative Minds Organisation during a live Instagram chat on April 22. The organisation, formed in 2018, serves as a platform to discuss issues related to the film and arts industry.

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