Myanmar movie industry gets new service provider

Union Minister Dr Pe Myint delivers the speech at the  launching ceremony of the movie and television production aid provider of CMB Films Myanmar Co; Ltd in Yangon yesterday. Photo: MNA
Union Minister Dr Pe Myint delivers the speech at the launching ceremony of the movie and television production aid provider of CMB Films Myanmar Co; Ltd in Yangon yesterday. Photo: MNA

Union Minister for Information Dr. Pe Myint attended the launching of the movie and television production aid provider of CMB Films Myanmar Co; Ltd in Dagon Myothit (North), Yangon, yesterday.
In his keynote speech at the ceremony, Union Minister Dr. Pe Myint said the ministry has made relaxations in the rules apart from providing assistance for the development of the movie world. The ministry is also inviting local and foreign investors for the film industry as well as internal and external cooperation, while supporting and encouraging the film artistes, technicians and producers in various ways, it has sought during its study tours.
Myanmar movie world is witnessing progress when compared with the previous years. MOI has also invited international producers to shoot scenes in Myanmar. Thanks to the visits of foreign film artists and technicians, Myanmar movie-makers have come to know the kind of equipment they need in improving their work, and the service that opened today will be the provider of such materials. The commissioning of a new film and video shooting aid provider will be a reinforcement in the ongoing efforts for the progress of the film and video industry, he noted.
CEO of Forever Group U Win Maw explained the services of the CMB Films Myanmar, and Chairman of Myanmar Motion Picture Association U Nyi Nyi Tun Lwin extended greetings.
Union Minister Dr. Pe Myint, U Nyi Nyi Tun Lwin, Managing Director Mr. Jim Baltazar of CMB Films Myanmar and CEO U Win Maw and Director U Khin Maung Htay of Forever Group formally opened the company.
The Union Minister and officials looked round the technical aids for the film and video industry.
The Union Minister also visited Myanmar Media Development Center (MMDC) where he observed basic film and TV production and distribution course and the joint efforts of Forever Group and international organizations to run film and TV courses. MNA (Translated by Kyaw Zin Lin)

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