FFF2018 Events29th September - 6th October 2018
Ever wondered how much energy is needed to screen one movie? you can find it out yourself at our first every bicycle powered cinema.
FreedomFilmFest will showcase 4 Virtual Reality (VR) films that allow you to be in another person’s shoes or literally experience something from a different perspective or point of view
In this workshop, hear from Agnes Chow, who joined an activist group when she was just 15 years old and became a pro
In this masterclass, Lau will be sharing with us his latest documentary, Firefly, a story based on his research of ethnic Chinese Malaysians who arrived in Malaya in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
The IDFA Pitch is open to any filmmaker who wishes to pitch their social and environmental justice film project at FFF2018 and will stand the chance to win a grant to participate in the IDFA Academy and the International Documentary Film Festival in Amsterdam in November 2018.
In the workshop, we will discuss possible paths and strategies for taking local stories to the next level.
This interactive session offers a rare opportunity to ask all burning questions to an international panel of directors.
A simple way to include people who are blind or visually impaired.
This is a special multi-arts showcase of stories of the lived experiences of discrimination, poverty, and access to education of Orang Asli young women.
Olivier will present his upcoming multi-media platform project on the history and legacy of colonialism on the Island of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea It is being produced as a complement to the documentary The Panguna Syndrome.
This workshop will explore these ideas and how best to utilise mobile phone, video and technology for digital activism.
This forum is an open platform for video activists and filmmakers who are gathered for the festival to have a peer-to-peer sharing and to talk about new challenges and opportunities around producing videos that will make a significant impact for social change.