Grilled by public, Yusof Haslam says will quit organising FFM

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Malaysia Film Producers Association (PFM) president Yusof Haslam said he will no longer involve himself in future Malaysia Film Festivals (FFM) after being grilled at a public dialogue last night.

PFM, the official organising body for the FFM, generated controversy this year over the segregation of national and non-national language films for its top awards.

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