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The Rotterdam Film Festival’s Hubert Bals Fund, aimed at fostering filmmaking in developing countries, has launched a grant aimed at low-budget digital video productions.

The grant, worth up to e20,000 ($25,000) per film, can be used to finance total production costs.

Malaysian Ho Yuhang’s “At the End of the Daybreak,” and compatriot Liew Seng Tat’s “In What City Does It Live?” were among those selected.

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