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PRNewswire — The Thai Movie industry has launched a drive to bring awareness to Thai Films and Thai Film services at the American Film Market 2011. Thailand showcased the country’s great potential in the industry;
Thai companies proficient in production, pre production, post production, animation, special effects, etc. were in attendance looking to expand their market to mainstream Hollywood and International Producers. Her Royal Highness Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya Sirivadhana Barnavadi presided over a spectacular evening of information and entertainment at the J.W. Marriott in Santa Monica.
Celebrating “Thailand: Where Films Come Alive.” Mrs. Nuntawan Sakuntanaga, Director-General of Department of Export Promotion also addressed the gathering of Hollywood business people and international guests. “With the quality of our film and content industry, the keen support by the government and Thai people, and the superb potential of our personnel in the industry, we will attract more interest in future cooperation and partnership with others around the world,” said Mrs. Sakuntanaga.
Thailand has seen great success fostering new industries over the past decade, already the Nation is one of the fastest growing Global Auto Production locations, it also has a booming manufacturing sector and a well established electronics industry.
Now, Thailand has targeted the content industry, production, pre production, post production, animation, special effects are just some of the area’s in which Thailand offers high quality services at cost effective rates. Some of Thailand’s leading Film Production houses Five Star Entertainment and Sahamongkol film International are at the American Film Market supporting the Thai push in to the International market.
Her Royal Highness Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya Sirivadhana Barnavadi said during the event, “We have energetic, competent, hard working personnel; we have creative people; we have modern technology; and we have the support from the public as well as the government to promote the industry.”