Let’s talk about sex at IACT College on 3rd & 4th November from 1pm to 8pm.
There will always be a fine line between legality and morals and this was made even more so in the case of the demolishing of the Ampang Park mall beginning May this year for the construction of an MRT extension line. Embark on a journey through the words of the former tenants of Ampang Park documented by Sunway University students behind, Borrowed Time (filmmaker, Joyce Soo Wai–Xin and producer, Fahmi Sani) as they battled against the land acquisition by MRT corp and how the fight had impacted their businesses and lives.
Yesterday, we talked to Lara Ariffin (click here to read our fascinating interview with her!), who won the GZDoc’s Best Pitch Award for her wildlife documentary Wild Wild East. Now it’s time to talk another Malaysian who has also won the award – Chew Han Tah! If you’re familiar with the culinary legend, Martin Yan, you have Chew Han Tah to thank for the show based in Vietnam and Malaysia.
In Malaysia, The National Film Development Corporation (FINAS) plays a significant role in ensuring the exposure of films planning to reach a mass audience. Much like its American counterpart, Motion Picture Association of America, and their creation of the rating system (e.g. R-Rated, PG-13, etc) FINAS establishes guidelines for Malaysian films too.