FreedomFilmFestival 2015

"Unseen, Unheard, Untold"

The FreedomFilmFest 2015 showcased screened a total of 26 documentaries around the theme of theme “Unseen, Unheard, Untold” that bring to attention important unrepresented stories to a wider audience.

FFF awarded 5 film grants (4 Malaysia and 1 Singapore) to make their social films. They are:

  • David Buri for “Viral, Sial!”
  • Nizam Andan for “Sindiket”
  • Chan Seong Foong & Victor Chin for “Memory as Resistance: Grandma Kong defending her Village”
  • J Arrivu Jacob for “Di Sebalik Runcit”
  • Jason Soo for “1987: Untracing the Conspiracy”

Award Winners for FFF2015 are:

  • Best International Feature: “I Will Not Be Silenced” by Judy Rymer
  • Best SEA Feature: “Untracing the Conspiracy” by Jason Soo
  • Best SEA Short Film: “Living in the Drains” by Marcel Simok
  • Most Outstanding Human Rights Film (Malaysian film grant awardees): “Viral, Sial” by David Buri
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