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Industry bleeding from the cut

In an environment of censorship, it’s tough to make good movies.

Panning toward global success

THE local movie industry was once the market leader in the region. Malaysia produced quality content and created stars, but that was in the late 1950s to the mid-1970s.

Entertaining endeavours

THEY say there’s no business like show business, but why has it always been attractive to investors? For one, there is the potential for great financial reward and the business is said to be recession proof.

Company seeks to make Malaysia a centre for media production

THEY say there’s no business like show business, but why has it always been attractive to investors? For one, there is the potential for great financial reward and the business is said to be recession proof.

Company seeks to make Malaysia a centre for media production

THEY say there’s no business like show business, but why has it always been attractive to investors? For one, there is the potential for great financial reward and the business is said to be recession proof.

Silver lining for local filmmakers

KUALA LUMPUR: Homegrown movie i>Ice Kacang Puppy Love/iand other Malaysian productions in Chinese and Tamil are expected to be given a 20% entertainment tax rebate following a request by Information, Commu-nications and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim to the Finance Ministry.

Silver lining for local filmmakers

KUALA LUMPUR: Homegrown movie i>Ice Kacang Puppy Love/iand other Malaysian productions in Chinese and Tamil are expected to be given a 20% entertainment tax rebate following a request by Information, Commu-nications and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim to the Finance Ministry.

Give incentives to all local films, Finas urged

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Film Development Corporation (Finas) has been urged to revise its policies to raise the level of competitiveness among film-makers, said MCA vice-president Gan Ping Sieu.

From ideals to videos

A gutsy film festival shows how we can create a better world with nothing more than a cheap video camera, a computer and some dedication.

Hurray for Hollywood

From Jessica Gan Sue Ann of Kuala Lumpur.