Thailand will release two new movies next month, according to a report by the Bangkok Post.
The news agency said that the films will be the first from the Thai director Jitendra and his company M/s Pannam.
They will be made for the first time since 2007.
The films will have “two protagonists who are part of the Thais cultural heritage and who are also in a difficult situation”, it said.
The director said that they are the first films from his company, which is part of Thailand’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
Last month, a Thai-Films International production company had to cancel its Thailand-India movie, after protests against the film.
The Thai film industry is struggling amid the country’s economic downturn.
In April, the Ministry of Film & Media Development announced that the Thai film sector would undergo a $4.6 billion restructuring programme to boost the sector’s competitiveness.
The country has been hit by the global economic downturn, with many businesses shut down.
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