29 Sep '11, 12pm

Singapore rewrites funding rules

The replacement of media-specific funding with schemes that relate to a project’s development or production status reflects a blurring of the boundaries between modern media and is intended to eliminate the need for separate applications for every component of a multi-media project. The MDA describes this as “being 360 ready”. It also says that it is not seeking to tie content creators to specific pieces of technology, such as 3-D.

Full article: http://www.sinema.sg/2011/09/29/singapore-rewrites-fundin...

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