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Indonesia and Malaysia want better cooperation on films

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The Indonesian and Malaysian film industry players have agreed to cooperate in a bid to enhance the quality of cinema in both countries. The matter was raised in a meeting between the Indonesian movie actors, artists, directors and film producers and the Malaysian Artists Union delegation in Jakarta on Friday. The President of the Malaysian Artists Union, Zed Zaidi said that cooperation between the two countries is expected to increase opportunities in the Malaysian and the Indonesian film industries. He noted that cooperation on films between the two countries actually has been going on for a long time, either through joint film production, or the involvement of film artists. The Malaysian Artists Union delegation is represented by 20 film industry players, including actors, artists, directors and producers and they are on a three-day visit from January 5 to 7. Meanwhile, Director and Initiator of the meeting, Tarmizi Abka said that the gathering was expected to improve the quality of film resources of both countries. (Ant)

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