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NAMA starts television programme

NATIONAL Association of Media Arts president Patrick Salubusa

KELVIN KACHINGWE, Lusaka
A ONE hour television programme designed to analyse Zambian movies and bring out policy issues related to the local film industry as well as profiling of local screen actors has started to air on ZNBC.
A brainchild of the Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation and the National Association for Media Arts (NAMA), the programme is designed to put value on the local film industry. The one-hour programme segment on TV2’s Friday edition of Morning Live was broadcast last week with former NAMA secretary general Albert Muteba’s film Naluchima being the film of the week and main actor Caroline Liswaniso the interviewee.
NAMA chairman Patrick “Sauloshi” Salubusa says as an association, they are making collaborations so that they create platforms for local filmmakers.
Sauloshi on Wednesday addressed Copperbelt based filmmakers at Metro Cinema to explain various collaborations and developmental projects the association has embarked on. The meeting also looked at digital migration versus content development.

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