12 films to be produced within 2 years set to revive Malaysian film industry

Datuk Jared Lim (right) and Saraleana Nattaya Azmi announce a multi-movie agreement to support the local film industry. Photo: Handout

Malaysian film industry had come to almost a standstill due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Thus, a new joint-venture that’s looking at producing 12 films within 24 months is definitely great news.

Local production house Zebra Studio and Tremendous Entertainment – a leading entertainment company in the Asia Pacific region – announced their multi-movie joint venture agreement on Aug 27 during a virtual presentation.

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