Finas proposes for films to resume productions under CMCO


  • Movies
  • Friday, 15 May 2020

A filepic of Syamsul Yusof on the set of 'Munafik'. Photo: Skop Productions

With the conditional movement control order (CMCO) in place since May 4, National Film Development Corporation (Finas) has sent in a proposal to the government for film productions to resume their shoots.

All filming was halted starting from March 18. Since then, some production houses have voiced out that they want to start shooting again. This idea was however quickly snuffed out.

According to a press statement from Finas, it has outlined a standard operating procedure (SOP) in the proposal.

This includes ensuring a safe workplace for everyone involved and taking all the necessary steps to avoid any health risks.

As of press time, it's still waiting for approval.

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