Prayut to propose to CCSA to reopen theatres, permit filmmaking

Steps of the silver screen may have some excellent news coming soon, as Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha has agreed to cross on a proposal from the Creative Industry and Artist Network to reopen theatres and to allow filmmaking to proceed again.
The prime minister met with representatives of the network which acts as a lobbying force on behalf of greater than 40 leisure industry organizations in addition to individual artists on a nationwide and local degree. The assembly occurred via video conferencing and PM Prayut was sympathetic to the plight of the industry during Covid-19.
The network pleaded to permit film crews to resume filming across the nation in order to produce new content. They also proposed stress-free restrictions to permit movie theatres and different arts venues to reopen in low-risk areas so as to share that content. Cinemas have faced repeated closures as a end result of Covid-19 pandemic.
A government spokesperson said that the Prime Minister listen to their requests and assured them that he agreed with their proposal and would move it on to the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, which is the governing body that might finally have control over the decision.
He suggested that the CCSA would look over the proposal and create the necessary restrictions and laws to allow for a safe work setting for all of the people struggling due to Covid-19 in the inventive and arts business.
PM Prayut also promised to work for monetary reduction for the industry including financial aid programs like soft loans and allowing tax breaks in an try and keep filmmakers and different creative businesses solvent through the pandemic..

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