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Creative Media Panel Says’ No Movie Deals Inked for 13-Members of Mu Pa Academy

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CHIANG RAI – Thailand’s Culture Ministry announced on Wednesday that the government’s “Creative Media Panel” will open call for proposal submissions for the right for making films and other art forms during November 15-23rd, 2018.

The 13-members of Mu Pa Academy were rescued from Tham Luang caves in Chiang Rai and the minister added that the government was representing the boys and their parents to protect their intellectual property.

There are now 22 films, a TV series, animated games, music videos and books in the works about the dramatic rescue of the 12 boys and their coach from the caves, the government announced.

Both the Thai and foreign media also invited them to be interviewed for 27 programs.

Officials from the culture, commerce, tourism and sport and social development and human security ministries are on the committee.

Thai film productions made proposals to the Culture Ministry, while international film productions should propose projects to the Tourism and Sport Ministry.

However, the government will allow anyone to use the public information and news which was already released to the public without permission that will not violate the rights of the Thai football team.

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