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Business 24 Mar 2018 | 12:00 AM Premium

Setback for aired commercials

WILL aired commercials lose their lustre? This question has been on the minds of production houses since the National Film Development Corp Malaysia’s (Finas) move to withdraw the provision, which was earlier approved by it, for production houses to be members of the Malaysian Association of Advertising Filmmakers (PPFIM) before the Made in Malaysia (MiM) certificate is issued.

Business 03 Feb 2018 | 12:00 AM Premium

Will PPFIM contracts with agencies be revived?

Finas to decide on matter at board meeting this month

Advertising & Media 18 Aug 2018 | 12:00 AM Premium

Filmmaking minus subsidy mentality

IN Malaysia today there are more “grant entrepreneurs” than there are filmmakers. This statement may puzzle some or may leave others with a sigh of disapproval. But coming from an industry veteran, it should carry weight.

Business 20 Jan 2018 | 12:00 AM Premium

A jolt for aired commercials

Law of the jungle prevails without the need for production contracts

Business 23 Feb 2013 | 12:00 AM Premium

Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios will grow the local film industry

DON’T mistake it for Dr No, Goldfinger or Blofeld. The Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios is no villain.

Advertising & Media 14 Jul 2018 | 12:00 AM Premium

Film advertising ecosystem heading to a slow death?

THE future of the aired commercial industry in the country is at stake. With no proper ecosystem to boost and regulate the film advertising industry there is danger that it could lead to its demise and affect the livelihood of the people in the industry.

Advertising & Media 23 Apr 2016 | 12:00 AM Premium

Group wants to limit foreign commercials

FRESH from concluding an agreement with the Association of Accredited Advertising Agents of Malaysia (4As) on the balance of payments for commercials, the Malaysian Association of Advertising Filmmakers (PPFIM) is now looking at its next challenge – to limit the huge inflow of foreign commercials flocking into the country.