RISE OF THE MALAYSIAN FILM INDUSTRY
Pakej : FOURTH MALAYSIA PLAN
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The country’s film industry had its start with the opening of the Jalan Ampas Studio in Singapore in 1947 and the Merdeka Studio in Ulu Klang in 1961. Both these studios, however, were forced to close down in 1967 and 1979 respectively due to cool reception to local films by viewers. In response to the failure of the private sector to vitalise the local film industry, the government involved itself directly in the film industry. Its first initiative was the opening of the Studio Complex of the Malaysian National Film Corporation costing RM4.1 million on 24 August 1965. In order to continue strengthening the film industry, the government introduced the National Film Policy on 23 February 2005 and the National Creative Industry Policy on 21 October 2011.
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