A group of Burmese teens teamed up with several Kuala Lumpur teens to make films together under the watchful eye of Zan Azlee!
Teruja apabila melihat pasangan adik beradik yang kreatif dan tergerak untuk melihat bagaimana keluarga mereka menjadi sumber inspirasi.
Malaysia has never really taken any official stand for the Rohingya or against the Burmese government, despite it being such a big problem that affects the country and the region.
We make it to the 2016 Umno General Assembly! And what’s the mood like? We joined in the circus fun!
One of the year’s most highly anticipated film is out in the cinemas! Everyone says you need to keep an open mind when watching Dain Said’s Interchange. Why is that?
By the very fact that Umno holds the majority and authority in the government, it is by default its policies that become national policies.
Bersih 2.0’s Maria Chin Abdullah was released from solitary confinement after 10 days. She shares her story with her supporters.
It looks like political thuggery is fast becoming legit and commonplace in Malaysia. The perception that state-sponsored thuggery is proliferating among many citizens.
This 2016 Cannes Film Festival Official Selection film from Singapore is finally playing in Malaysia. And since Wan Hanafi Su is one of the main cast, we consider it a Malaysian film too!
The arrest of a prominent Malaysian civil rights leader under a controversial anti-extremism law has sparked outrage at the government of embattled Prime Minister Najib Razak.