BY: Maria Urduja Osit Li
Amid His busy schedule Makati Reprentative Monsour del Rosario manages to take a break from his busy campaign sorties and work in Congress to meet with the Entertainment press last month.
Airing His side on the decline of viewers of movies made by mainstream producers in the country, many factors was mentioned by Rep. Monsour del Rosario causing the Philippine movie industry’s down fall.
There is piracy apart from competition from foreign movies that viewers can choose from, He said.
The taxes, fees for Stuntmen, production staff, and talent fees of movie stars has sky rocketed, not to mention the malls with pricey tickets also.
Asked if He would do something to regulate a level playing field between malls and the viewers and the film industry as a whole while in Congress, “We will try” he said.
Currently on the campaign trail, Monsour is busy doing his rounds in different barangays in Makati attending to the needs of the public specially the elderly to whom he has a soft spot.
His District office is open to constituents who are in need of medical, dental attention in including educational scholarships to deserving students in Makati.