KUALA LUMPUR - MALAYSIA can aim to be one of the best film post-production destinations in the region with the availability of its first Digital Mixstage Studio, said Deputy Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak.
'Local films will no longer have to head overseas for the post-production process, which involve dubbing and sound effects editing.
'More than that, the studio can also attract foreign producers to do the post-production process for their films here,' he said in his speech before launching the Digital Mixstage Studio at the National Film Development Corporation of Malaysia (Finas) Complex here Sunday night.
The four-storey studio, which cost RM53 million (S$22 million) to build, covers an area of 2,396 sq m and is equipped with audio dubbing, mixstage, foley, optical sound camera and other facilities. -- THE STAR/ANN
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