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Burma gov't to create film camp in Nay Pyi Taw - Xinhua
YANGON, June 5 (Xinhua) -- The Myanmar administration plans to set up a state-of-the-art motion picture facility in Nay Pyi Taw, consisting of a studios, a motion picture academy and a cinema-based amusement mall. Information Minister Pe Myint said at a co-ordination session on Monday that the institution aims to develop Myanmar's motion picture sector and promote the country's reputation in the production and development of the city.
This step also aims to make Myanmar's tradition and civilization more interesting through the fine craft of cinema and to learn more about the Myanmar region, he said, promising the government's backing for its construction. The dubbing of these movies is in English. Meanwhile, at an award ceremonies in Yangon in March, State Councillor Aung San Suu Kyi promised the government's continued commitment to developing the country's cinema and called on performers to work harder in their films, the fine and literature industries to promote Myanmar and strengthen Myanmar's people.
The Myanmar Motion Picture Association awarded a grand prize to 12 prominent local performers for the year 2017 on 23 March. Since 1952, the Filmakademie has awarded prizes every year with the aim of promoting and improving the local cinematography.
Myanmar mobiles movies and video for Myanmar
Mahar, a new portable tool, provides on-line view of Myanmar movies and movies through its appe. Developed by Mahar Entertainment and telecommunications giants MPT, the Ks 99 per film and per clip during the promotional time. At the end of the campaign a client can reckon with costs of approx. 150 Ts.
On June 27th, the Mynamar Movie Association hosted an opening ceremonies at which they brought their products to the massmarket with 4,000 films and video clips that can be added one by one. "Mahar Entertainmentmovies broadcast as a television station. With MPT, we have developed an on-line app that allows audiences to use our cell-based service as the number of cellular subscribers increases daily," says a Mahar Cellular Applications officer.
Nyi Nyi Tun Lwin, director of the kick-off session, said that the application is a perfect match for the growing number of smart phone subscribers and that such features that make it easier for viewers to watch movies and video must be well-received.