There has been a sudden increase in the number or racist trolls out there who are trying to demonise the Rohingya refugees.
These aren’t ordinary human beings who are traveling for leisure. They literally have nowhere to go.
Journalist and documentary filmmaker, Zan Azlee, spends several weeks in the world’s largest refugee camp in Kutupalong, Bangladesh, which houses close to a million displaced Rohingya.
We Are Animals is shot in a visceral and raw style with little narration from Zan himself which allows the visuals and the community within the camp to speak for themselves.
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My latest documentary film WE ARE ANIMALS will be screening at the 2018 Cooler Lumpur Festival this Friday!
After taking a break from serious filmmaking, I’m back! And this time, it’s an issue that I’ve always felt very passionate about. I spent some time in Kutupalong, the world’s […]
With cases of the Malays and Muslims oppressing the non-Malays and non-Muslims, it is a wonder that there still is love for Muslims in Malaysia.
After my two-week stay, I leave, but they will still be there. They will still have nothing more to do everyday except wait for the day to end by roaming around the camp.
Bangladeshi photojournalist Saiful Huq Omi has been documenting the Rohingya in his home country for sometime now and the stories he tell have touched certain people the wrong way. These […]