China-based Malaysian producer returns to help build local film industry


Longhouse Films founder and CEO Chiew (centre) has worked as a producer for 23 years in China. Photo: Handout

After amassing some 20 years of experience as a producer in China, Sarawak native Jon Chiew has returned to lend his expertise to the Malaysian film industry.

Chiew set up Longhouse Film, a film investment and production company, in 2019 with the hopes of injecting his international experience in the local film scene.

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