Empowering Sabahans to make films about themselves.
I will split myself into two and attend the Pesta Filem Kita in Kuala Lumpur and the Iskarnival 2016 in Johor Bahru this weekend.
We interview the director of the Freedom Film Festival, Anna Har, to find out what is up with this year’s festival. Oh, and some other updates too.
The importance of local community filmmaking By Zan Azlee When a journalist who comes from one area of the world flies in to another area and reports on a local […]
The Fat Bidin Vlog Ep 10 – Blue skies in Borneo (The Borneo Eco Film Festival) Subscribe to the Fat Bidin YouTube Channel.
The Fat Bidin Film Club (Ep 8) – Lelaki Harapan Dunia (with guest Liew Seng Tat) Malaysian film Lelaki Harapan Dunia, which courted controversy (unintentionally) when it was released in […]
Way back in 2005, Liew Seng Tat (yes… the one of the ‘Lelaki Harapan Dunia‘ fame!) and I worked together on a documentary shot in Terengganu. It is called […]
Twelve years ago, I started making my own independent short films. In recent years, I think I’ve kind of lost the plot a little bit. So, in an attempt to […]
Sabahans could be Earth’s saviours By Zan Azlee The movement and collection of heat and carbon dioxide caused by pollution and global warming shows a worrying trend for countries near […]
Social media journalism By Zan Azlee JUNE 22 — Recently, on the invitation of the British Council and FINAS, I attended the Sheffield Documentary Film Festival in the United Kingdom. […]
Newer new media By Zan Azlee JUNE 15 — I’ve always had the idea that multimedia or interactive content meant that it had to be able to be delivered over […]