Thanks to everyone who came for the preview screening of The Look-East Project AKA Pandang Ke Timur. All your comments and questions made my day! Also, a big shout out to Mr. John and Mrs. Silva… thanks so much for your support. Last but not least… thanks to Amir and Tuck Cheong for making the screening possible. For those of you who missed it, you will have to wait for its broadcast on ntv7 on Merdeka Eve!

Preview ‘The Look-East Project’ this Tuesday

Kelab Seni Filem Malaysia will be previewing The Look-East Project AKA Pandang Ke Timur to the public on Tuesday, 27th March, 8pm, at HELP University-College, Pusat Bandar Damansara. I’ll be showing a couple of my video blogs too, and this includes the short videos of the Jeff Ooi & Rocky court cases (which is part of my next film project called ‘I May Be Malaysian, But I Carry A Big Stick’).

ntv7’s 7 Patrol will be around to hand out freebies and talk about FESTIVALJeff Ooi will be there… I will be there… and if that doesn’t give you a tingly sensation… there will also be hot babes in skimpy baju kurungs pole dancing on stage!

Admission is free… seats are limited… so keep Tuesday evening free and come over or you will have to just wait for the film to air on ntv7 on Merdeka eve to finally see it (yup… that’s the confirmed broadcast date)!

My book gets a mention in the NST

As you all know, I wrote a book which is now on the shelves (and if you didn’t know… now you do!). The New Straits Times recently wrote an article about the publishing company, Content Cradle. What makes it unique is that submission of ideas are done online. Read the article here.

The Making Of… Tipu Kanan Tipu Kiri

Oh man… I’ve been so busy lately juggling my lecturing, writing, selling The Look-East Project, and doing the making of video for a local movie called ‘Tipu Kanan Tipu Kiri’. It’s a simple romantic comedy produced by ASTRO Shaw and Tarantella Pictures. It’s a co-production between Bollywood and Malaysian filmmakers starring Indonesian stars Titi Kamal (Ada Apa Dengan Cinta, Eiffel I’m in Love), Christian Sugiono (Jomblo, Jakarta Undercover) and Catherine Wilson; alongside Malaysian stars Hans Isaac and Natasha Hudson.