MDEC announced that it has updated five key programmes in benefit of the creative contents industry.
Funding from the US$100m program will be used for a co-development between the two Malaysian studios
The Creativity @ Schools competition, aimed at developing skills and talent in the digital creative content field amongst school students, found its two winners
Collaboration with SOCSO cover up to RM4,000 per pax/course – under PENJANA Available to Malaysians registered with SOCSO Employment Insurance System
Animation technology evolves along with the medium, but what are the technologies that we need to pay attention to, and what should animation studios invest first: tech or talent? Dylan Sissons from Pixar weighs in.
Kre8tif! 2020: 'Tell stories that are authentic.' How Malaysia and SEA’s animation industry can grow beyond the region
Edward Barnieh from Netflix will be sharing about how the streaming giant will be able to work with regional animation houses to develop originals and reach a wider audience.
Position Inspidea as go to 2D animation studio in Asia, putting Malaysia on the map Advice to entrepreneurs: Do things with great love & have clear focus as your guide
Strong digital talent pipeline only possible when industry, academia & government form tight collaboration
Through various partnerships with IHLs, MDEC has been able to build several meaningful programmes that help ensure future digital industry graduates are more employable.
No longer an animation production firm, rather, a ‘character company’ Aims to inspire an entire generation of children to use technology
Ministry of Communications and Multimedia reinforces commitment to Malaysian digital creative content during challenging times
A recent industry engagement for the Creative Content sector in Malaysia by MDEC found that the digital creative content industry has been severely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Two specific programmes are in place to mitigate challenges during and post-MCO.