Third meeting held for Rakhine State documentary

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Union Minister for Information Dr. Pe Myint addresses the third meeting for creation and production of a Rakhine State documentary.  Photo: MNA

A third meeting to produce a documentary depicting Rakhine State’s beauty, richness of natural resources, and its simple, honest and friendly local ethnic nationals was held at the meeting hall of Myanma Radio and Television (MRTV) on Pyay Road in Yangon yesterday.
At the meeting, Union Minister for Information Dr. Pe Myint, Patron of the Movies and Documentaries Production Steering Committee, said the documentary would enhance the image of Rakhine State, depict the people living in harmony, show the geography of Rakhine State and serve as a record of the ethnic nationals in Rakhine State.
The movies will be screened in country, as well as promoted on the international stage, said the union minister. The minister also mentioned the establishment of movie studios and training schools for the development of the movie industry, and weekly news and interviews in state-owned media and MRTV about press shows and soon-to-be-screened movies.
Next, Rakhine State Movies and Documentaries Production Steering Committee Chairman Permanent Secretary U Myo Myint Maung, Rakhine State Documentaries Production Work Committee Chairman and Director-General U Myint Htwe and Rakhine State Movies Production Work Committee Chairman U Ye Naing discussed their respective sectors.
This was followed by a discussion of the theme, script and actors by Myanma Motion Picture Asiayon’s patrons director Baji U Soe Moe and U Aung Lwin, Myanmar Motion Picture Asiayon Chairman U Zin Wine, Shwe Than Lwin Media Co. Ltd Chairperson Daw Myint Myint Win on behalf of the Rakhine State Movies Production Work Committee member U Kyaw Win of Shwe Than Lwin Media Co. Ltd, Rakhine State Documentaries Production Work Committee member U Win Maw of Forever Group Co. Ltd., Rakhine State Movies Production Work Committee member director U Zinyaw Maung Maung and other attendees. Also discussed was the production of movies and documentaries on Rakhine State, the development of the Myanmar movie industry, and the establishment of movie studios and training schools. The minister coordinated and provided additional discussion. After the meeting, the minister and his delegation visited the Myanmar Media Development Centre (MMDC) training school at the Junction Square Shopping Mall.

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