A daughter tries to make connections between her seemingly ordinary life and her father’s past as he shares with her about his experience of being detained without trial from 1968 to 1974.
This is a series of 6 short animated real stories of residents in an urban poor temporary longhouse settlement community in Jinjang Utara (North) in Kuala Lumpur.
Kupas Goes Viral examines the interplay of religious sensitivity, race and gender that created this perfect storm, while also reflecting critically on how the producers dealt with the fall out.
A film examining Singapore’s history through the depiction of narrow corridors, a suit and a tie, and a pristine book.
Muniandy is an independent self-made man who has raised his family through his independent grocery shop in Semenyih, Selangor. Grocery shops like Muniandy’s with their displays of fresh local produce in the front, and sundry items inside are a familiar part of the Malaysian landscape.
The Sabah Royal Commission of Inquiry (Sabah RCI) was established to investigate allegations that citizenship had been given to undocumented migrants from Indonesia and the Philippines in exchange for votes for the incumbent government.
Grandma Kong has lived all her life in the historic Kampung Hakka in Mantin, Negeri Sembilan. At 80 years old she wants to live out her remaining years in the only home she’s ever known.
This documentary-drama revolves around the parents of Anur who seek to lay claim to her right to formal education. Anur is a child with Cerebral Palsy.
Fusing powerful visuals with satire and humour, Zunar seeks to raise the conscience of the people to rise together to fight corruption and injustice.
Kuala Lumpur, the capital city is undergoing heavy construction works. Some people are walking amidst the thick dust in the air as the city’s skyline continues to take shape.
After serving two terms as Sabah’s government, Barisan Nasional led Parti Berjaya is unexpectedly toppled by newcomers Parti Bersatu Sabah, with the cooperation of the United Sabah National Organisation.
Most young Malaysians hope to own the home of their dreams one day. But with the current market situation, this dream will most probably be achieved when we are well over the age of 50.