The story was inspired by true events, the director’s late father. In the film, the actual radio could be seen making an appearance in one of the scenes. The film was shot in the director’s late father’s childhood home which was built 60 years ago and has in-built passages to hide children during the Malaysian race riots of 1963.
In collaboration with KLIX Media, Teeb TV presents the Mental Health Film Festival that accepts film submissions and will screen movies in relation to issues of mental health that will go on until 4th February 2019.
The Cambodia International Film Festival (CIFF) this year provided special focus to Japanese, Malaysian and French cinema.
Did you know that Laos has only one place to watch films on the big screen and that’s at Vientiane Center? According to Hollywood Reporter, the country’s last theatre in the city, the Sieng Savan, ceased operation in the 1980s. For close to three decades, locals have been stripped off the film-going experience.
So what do film-lovers do as a substitute? At the start of every December since 2010, the UNESCO World Heritage former royal capital of Laos is transformed into an open-air theatre during the Luang Prabang Film Festival (LPFF).