AFTER making the Main Competition segment of the World Premieres Film Festival Philippines (WPFF) 2016, family drama Redha bagged the Special Festival Prize for its Universal Social Values, as well as the Best Actress trophy in Manila yesterday.
EVERY once in a while, a Malaysian film comes along with no obvious flaw (“turnoff”), reinforcing notion of skill in the local filmscape. This year we’ve had Munafik and Boboiboy The Movie lead us to trust in the quality of local cinema — that it meets international filmmaking standards and can compete with domineering Hollywood releases.
KUALA LUMPUR, 4 April — Current Pictures Sdn Bhd‘s Redha premiered at Golden Screen Cinemas, Pavilion on World Autism Awareness Day last Saturday. The family drama saw a packed reception coloured by live performances, special guest appearances, and speeches from its creators.