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MDA, Britain’s South West Screen to fund innovative TV content

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Singapore’s Media Development Authority (MDA) and Britain’s South West Screen, are looking to provide up to five projects with the equivalent of some S$21,000 in development funding each.

This is the second round of funding under their Multi-Platform Content Across Continents initiative.

The scheme was launched last year to foster greater partnerships between Singapore and British media enterprises in creating innovative and engaging digital content that redefines television entertainment.

Last year’s selected projects were Eco Gone Mad, a factual entertainment series by Singapore’s Apostrophe Films and UK’s Junction K, and iLand, an animation series by Singapore’s Scrawl Studios and UK’s Wonky Films.

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via Channel NewsAsia

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