National Arts and Revised Film Policy unveiled
Published On March 15, 2024 » 6331 Views» By Times Reporter » Entertainment, Others
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•SPORT, Youth and Arts Minister Elvis Nkandu (fourth right) with his permanent secretaries Fumba Chama (third right) and Kangwa Chileshe (fifth left) and British High Commissioner to Zambia Nicholas Woolley (second right) with other dignitaries during the launch of National Arts and Revised Film Policy.

By JEFF KAPEMBWA –
THE much-heralded and inaugural National Arts and Revised Film Policy in Zambia has been formally unveiled, outlining a roadmap for the development of the industry through a projected K6 billion investment between 2024 and2028.
As such, Government says it is resolved to improve the welfare of the artists and make the sector profitable by promoting individual talents and creating investment opportunities through public-private partnerships.
Government says it seeks to protect artists from those infringing copyright and prevent the piracy and blatant violations of their literary works which deprives them of royalties.

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