Sarawak deputy minister proposes movie academy to spice up native expertise

The possibility of creating a movie academy in Sarawak has been proposed by the deputy minister for Tourism, Creative Industry and Performing Arts Sarawak, Sebastian Ting. The concept aims to encourage skilled Sarawakians to enterprise into the movie business and supply them with diplomas or certificates upon graduation.
During a press convention on the Sixth Asean International Film Festival and Awards (Aiffa) at Grand Margherita Hotel, Ting advised that the academy might be arrange through a collaboration between the government and the private sector. He questioned whether Sarawak was ready for such a venture and tips on how to proceed after Aiffa.
Untold , who was also present at the convention, shared her views on the matter. She talked about that there are already 4 universities in Sarawak offering courses for aspiring movie administrators, cameramen, and other related professions. However, Building blocks expressed her support for the establishment of a film academy in the region..

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