Film Wallet Launched First Online Cinema In Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s first online cinema, Film Wallet Premium Video on Demand (PVOD Film Wallet), is revolutionizing and enhancing the consumer’s movie-watching experience in a safer and more comfortable environment. It was removed.

Jack Yeoh, Founder, and CEO of PVOD Film Wallet said PVOD Film Wallet offers hundreds of on-demand content from around the world, including the United States, Hong Kong, China, South Korea, and Europe. I said yes.

“By doing so, users don’t have to commit to subscribing to stream their favorite content in high resolution. Instead, they only have to buy the movie once at a low price of RM1.90 and many times over time. You can watch it again. Given the duration that, ”he said in a statement today.

PVOD Film Wallet is partnering with domestic and international producers and distributors to provide exclusive international filmmaking and content, with Southeast Asia coming February next year to reach more audiences with local content. We plan to launch the platform in two countries.

Meanwhile, Professor Md Nasir Ibrahim, Chief Executive Officer of the Malaysian National Film Development Corporation (FINAS), is optimistic that the launch of the PVOD Film Wallet will have a positive impact on the film industry ecosystem as a new digital entertainment platform.

Need to Managing Restrictions Better In Malaysia

Last week, many of the world’s richest and most powerful people landed in Singapore.

Bill Gates and Elon Musk took part in the Bloomberg New Economic Forum, among many other members of the world’s elite.

The island nation’s GDP more than doubled in a while when these economic celebrities came to town to discuss key trends that will affect the economy, health, technology and the world to come.

Given the major turmoil in the economy and society facing the burden of Covid-19 and virus-related sanctions, the debate about the future is far-sighted and Singapore will be the host of this rally.

Hosting allows us to become more well -known, provide networking opportunities for local leaders and be at the forefront of global decision making.

For all these reasons, the forum was a positive event for Singapore, but some aspects of this year’s event have sparked outrage among local Singaporeans.

In particular, locals are clearly frustrated with the dual standards regarding Covid-19 restrictions.

Singaporeans and Singaporeans are subject to Covid-19-related restrictions, with group gatherings and meals limited to a maximum of 5 people per 2 or 1 household.

This means a family of six cannot eat together in a restaurant or gather in the park.

This limit means that various activities, sports and religious events have been severely disrupted. The restaurant business is struggling with the weight of these restrictions.

These restrictions are troublesome, but have been said to be an important part of protecting us from Covid-19 and preventing our hospital system from being overwhelmed.

However, Bloomberg participants were able to gather in groups of five and were very free to mingle at the conference. Of course, the overall purpose of the conference was to allow people to meet and interact, but at the moment Singaporeans cannot interact with their own family members or even their own family members.

As the Covid-19 restriction has significantly increased inequality around the world, the rules for elite participants and the rules for all other users are particularly narrow.

Again, organizing an event like this requires concessions, but after months of limiting this type of double standard it is clear to thank the public, even more so. You should manage it properly.

But maybe the government is using the Bloomberg rally as a test, following the latest announcement that will eventually extend this freedom to the entire population?

Honestly, the most common feedback I hear is frustration before and after this rule. This is not the only Singapore given. Many governments around the world have promised to rest and get it back. The latest example is Austria, but that doesn’t mean we can’t go any further.

There is always a calculation of risk and reward, just as much can be gained from hosting a Bloomberg event. We need to make a decision and move forward together.


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