Liza Diño, Chairperson and CEO of the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) – “For the Philippines, we are eager and always on the lookout for opportunities and platforms that elevate the skills and expertise of our local talents to be at par with international standards, especially as we gear up to create and strengthen our audiovisual export industry. We truly welcome these initiatives and appreciate the efforts of Netflix to include Filipino talent in these training programs.”


Dr. Sorajak Kasemsuwan, Secretary-General, National Federation of Motion Pictures and Contents Associations (MPC) – “Thailand has so much great storytelling to offer, and we are thrilled that Netflix recognizes the potential of Thai talent and is taking the lead in leveling the playing field for the entertainment industry in Asia to play a bigger role on the global stage.”


Alex Sihar, Head of Policy Advocacy, Indonesian Film Board (BPI) – With online entertainment, we are increasingly creating global content for a global audience. We are pleased to partner Netflix and fellow creators across Asia to exchange best practices and develop our collective capacity. There is great potential in our region and we look forward to shining a spotlight on Asian talent” said.