With Adiwiraku winning Best Film Award and Sangeeta Krishnasamy winning Best Actress at the 29th Malaysian Film Festival, there seems to a glowing light at the end of the tunnel for aspiring filmmakers and young practitioners.
LOCAL film Redha has officially been chosen to represent Malaysia in the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 89th Academy Awards. The National Film Development Corporation Malaysia (FINAS) selected the film by Current Pictures as Malaysia’s official entry after much consideration from its very own dedicated Oscar selection committee.
THREE weeks ago, we announced that the Southeast Asian Film Financing Project Market (SAFF) was open for submissions. But a new development has unearthed an irresistible offer for Malaysian filmmakers.
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.