We head out to shoot a documentary about Covid19 while keeping social distancing in mind.
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.
Malaysians should expect that the leaders they voted for to work towards the future. If we start to see that these leaders are losing the plot, then we need to do something.
Learn and be part of the current issues — Environment, Quirky News, Science & Technology and Human Perspective in this new series, NAK TAU JE!
Z. Lokman is probably the most prolific filmmaker in Malaysia. Kuman Pictures talks to him about his career and his filmmaking ideals. There are a lot of clips from many of his films too.
Malaysia has become the world’s rubbish dump, importing 90% of the global plastic waste. And the worst part is that it isn’t being processed properly and people are getting sick.
iFlix ORIGINALS released their first film for 2019, BANGKIT: 11 days that changed a nation, and I am one of the main characters!
This iFlix Original production tells the story of the 11 days prior to the general election that changed Malaysia.
I answer all your burning questions in my Talking Edge column at Options, The Edge.
My latest documentary film WE ARE ANIMALS will be screening at the 2018 Cooler Lumpur Festival this Friday!
Come learn how to make documentaries from the legendary Zan Azlee! Fuyohh!!