Highlighting Social Justice Films
for the last 16 years
“Freedom Film Festival is a window for me to learn about Malaysia, while allowing Malaysian audience to understand happening in other countries, through the films.

It is not just a film festival, it is also a social movement to the people.”

Huang Hui-Chen, Taiwan

Award-Winning Documentary Filmmaker of Small Talk, and Activist

FreedomFilmFest 2019

“Harga Naik, Gaji Maintain”

“Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care.”

The United Nations Declaration on Human Rights

“An increase in the wealth of the nation doesn’t seem to have translated to a better quality of life for the majority. Why is that? What are the factors driving this issue? We are searching for stories which spark debate, identify problems and look for alternative solutions to wealth inequality”.
Anna Har
FFF Executive Director
Film List
Travelling Fest

With more than 30 diverse line-up of films from around the world, Freedom Film Fest is returning to PJ Live Arts, Jaya One. Happening for one week, from 21 till 28 September, FFF will show the latest award-winning films, highlighting the best of local, regional and international filmmakers.

Featured Opening Film

“The film is fantastic. It’s incredible in how it shows the current conflict in which we live when housing is seen as a commodity.”

Maria Lúcia de Pontes
Brazilian lawyer, public defender and activist

Premiere of Malaysian Stories

Other Malaysian films that tackle this year’s theme in unconventional ways are also 50 Years of Silence, The Tree Remembers and Bila Kami Bersatu.

Award-Winning Films You Must Not Miss

People's Republic of Desire

New York Times

“A contemplation of internet fame and social isolation.”

Everything Must Fall


Student leaders in South Africa fight for free
education in an extraordinary protest despite
threats of police violence.

“You’re not alone in this fight”
A selection of films from the FreedomFilmFest will be screened in and around the Klang Valley, Kuching, Kota Kinabalu, Ipoh, Muar, Johor Bahru and Singapore.

Buy Film Passes at Discounted Prices Online Now!

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