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MALAYSIA wants to co-operation with foreign film industries, especially in Asean countries, in an effort to elevate the local film industry to a higher level, according to Communications and Multimedia Minister Annuar Musa.
The minister, currently on a working visit to Bangkok, said he wanted to explore regional opportunities, as well as in China, India and Korea, he added.
“We can’t wait for them to come to us. We need to act proactively to take our film industry to the next level,” he said today.
Earlier, Annuar visited Gross Domestic Happiness (GDH) Studio, one of the largest film studios in Thailand.
GDH is a producer of films of various genres and dramas, including Bad Genius, a 2017 film that recorded huge success internationally.
During the visit, Annuar also discussed with GDH chief executive officer Jina Osothsilp his intentions.
He said Malaysia and Thailand had previously signed a bilateral agreement in areas such as telecommunications and the creative industry.
However, following the Covid-19 pandemic, the agreement failed to materialise and as such, Annuar said he wanted the initiatives to be resumed. – Bernama, June 18, 2022.