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The fund aims to help strengthen the industry affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
EXCLUSIVE: Malaysian artists worked on VFX shots in Star Wars franchise and Michael Bay's '6 Underground'
With the incentive from the Malaysian government, local talents are getting more involved in high-end projects including the Hollywood and Asian markets.
Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah said a plan, prepared by the National Film Development Corporation (FINAS), would focus on assisting and providing funds to industry players from July until December this year.
This planned national body will be responsible for administering matters related to music including song production.
With its newly appointed chairman, deputy chairman and board members, Finas hopes to come up with long-term plans and initiatives to get the local creative industry going again.
Government looking at ways to enable the arts and creative sector to resume their activities within the next six months.
Live events industry players hope to have more discussions with Government in charting a way forward in these pandemic times.
The film industry has come to a halt due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We talk to a few people in the industry to find out how to move forward from this.
The Communications and Multimedia Ministry has allocated RM1.32mil as an initiative to local film producers affected by Movement Control Order.
No TV and film productions have been in the works since the government gave the movement control order. And that's the way it should remain says Film Directors' Association of Malaysia.