Promoting & Protecting The Screen Community in Malaysia

 


From Left: MPA's President and Managing Director, Asia Pacific, Mike Ellis with MPA APSA Academy Film Fund panelists Alex Law, Melanie Coombs and Andrew Pike.

MPA SUPPORTS NEW FEATURE FILM PROJECTS AT ASIA PACIFIC SCREEN AWARDS

The MPA is pleased to announce that script development grants totaling US$100,000 were awarded to four filmmakers from the Asia Pacific region tonight at the 2012 Asia Pacific Screen Awards.

The grants are offered through the MPA APSA Academy Film Fund, an initiative of the Motion Picture Association (MPA) and APSA, which for the last three years has provided support for new quality feature film projects developed by some of the regions most respected filmmakers. One of the inaugural grants assisted Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhardi to complete his feature drama A Separation, which went on to win numerous awards including Best Film at the 2011 Asia Pacific Screen Awards and Best Foreign Film at this year’s Academy Awards.

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  "Jom Watch Movies!" Trailer

2013 World IP Day
27th April 2013

Malaysia - Launch of "Jom Watch Movies!" trailer
29th November 2012

2012 Asia Pacific Screen Awards

2012 MPA APSA Academy Film Fund

2011 MPA APSA Academy Film Fund Winners

Malaysia - Launch of "Terima Kasih" trailer
14th July 2011

2010 MPA APSA Academy Film Fund Winners

Malaysia - Original Carnival Sale
12th -14th November 2010

Malaysia - Exhibit Destruction Event
9th August 2010

Malaysia - Consumer Day
23rd - 25th July 2010

2010 Internet Training

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AUSTRALIAN ACTOR ROY BILLING RECEIVED MPA AWARD FOR PROMOTING CONTENT PROTECTION IN ASIA PACIFIC.

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MPA/CICE BEIJING FILM WORKSHOP

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ANTI-CAMCORDING "MAKE A DIFFERENCE 4" PREMIERES AT CINEASIA 2012

For more information, please visit http://www.mad4.org

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About Us
The Malaysian Screen Community (MSI) was established in 2013 (formerly known as MFACT) by the Motion Picture Association (MPA) to protect the interest of MPA member companies in Malaysia from the adverse impact of copyright theft. To achieve this, MSI works closely with the Malaysian Government and enforcement authorities to protect the interest of MPA member companies in Malaysia and to promote respect of copyright and intellectual property.

MSI represents the interest and protects the copyrights in Malaysia of the following MPA member companies, Paramount Pictures Corporation, Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Universal City Studios LLLP, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

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Education is key in the fight against copyright theft. Many people don't know what copyright theft is or its serious consequences. MSI is committed to helping raise awareness of this important issue and is taking our copyright education campaign to schools and universities around Malaysia as well as the workplace.

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ANTI CAMCORDING DVD
"MAKE A DIFFERENCE 3"
PREMIERES AT CINEASIA 2010
 

For more information, please visit http://www.make-a-difference.sg

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TROPFEST FOUNDER JOHN POLSON RECEIVES MPA AWARD FOR COPYRIGHT EDUCATION AT CINEASIA

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MSI and its member companies employ a multi-pronged approach to fighting piracy that includes taking action against Internet thieves and cooperating with Ministry of Domestic Trade & Consumer Affairs and Malaysian Police to shut down illegal duplication operations and to seize counterfeits and duplicating equipment.

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Laws and Penalties


Manufacturing, selling, copying or distributing films or television programs without the consent of copyright holders is illegal. There are, however, many legal ways to enjoy film and television programs including legal ways to download movies from the Internet for personal use. Click below to learn more about motion picture piracy, what copyright is and why it's important.

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To combat the illegal recording of movies in local cinemas, the industry in Malaysia has deployed a battalion of large, well-muscled fellows who are stationed at all points of entry to cinema halls nationwide. These intimidating characters, code-named “Mr. Security”, are employed solely to remind moviegoers that recording in cinemas is illegal

At the top of the piracy pyramid, camcorders supply more than 90% of newly released movies that illegally end up on the Internet and in street markets around the world.


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