FFF Films Online

These films are produced from the film grants programme of the FreedomFilmFest since 2005 and are updated annually with new films. You are encouraged to use and share the films widely.

2016 Unlocking Bengoh

This story follows the director’s journey as he discovers the true cost of relocation that these families have to endure in the name of development.

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2016 Moving Voices

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.

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2015 Viral Sial

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.

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2015 Disebalik Runcit

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.

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2015 Sindiket

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.

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2014 Anur Nak Sekolah

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.

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2014 Fight Through Cartoon

Fusing powerful visuals with satire and humour, Zunar seeks to raise the conscience of the people to rise together to fight corruption and injustice.

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2014 Lebuh Agraria

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.

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2012 The Silent Riot

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.

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2012 M-C-M

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.

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2012 Rights of The Dead

In July 2009, the mysterious death of political aide Teoh Beng Hock rocked the nation. His body was found outside the premises of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), where he was being held overnight for interrogation.

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2011 – Lot, Umah Am

For most Indigenous People, the land and forest is tied up with their identity. But what if your indigenous identity is not tied up to the land but rather to the sea?

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2011 HURUF J

What happens when your status changes from “married” to “divorced”? What has this very personal issue got to do with Human Rights?

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2010 – Pilih

Using a popular talk show format, Pilih explores the issue of campus election and exposes the reality faced by our students.

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2010 – Hak Dinafikan

On March 17, 2020 more than 2,000 Orang Asli marched in a rare protest against a proposed new land policy, believed to be detrimental to their people.

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2009 – Kayuh

Kayuh is a first-hand account of a 100-strong contigent of cyclist who rode from Alor Setar and Johor Baharu to Kuala Lumpur for 16 days in order to address 6 major concerns of marginalized groups in Malaysia.

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2009 – No Silver Lining: The Perak Crisis

In Perak, when 3 elected representatives of the Pakatan Rakyat “hopped” over to become Barisan Nasional friendly, it started a political wrestling match for power between the two opposing political alliance.

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2009 – Al-Fatehah Memali

Al-Fatehah Memali portrays the journey of singer-songwriters, Black and Meor, trying to comprehend a massacre that happened in 1985 in Kg. Memali, Kedah.

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2008 – Pecah Lobang

Shot in the Chow Kit red light district, the documentary revolves around Natasha, a Muslim Mak Nyah, who refuses to live life as a man.

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2006 -Twelve 11

A tragedy of a magnitude never before seen in Malaysia had claimed 48 lives and shocked a nation.

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2005 – Alice Lives Here

The story of how the gritty citizens of Broga fought the constructions of the largest municipal waste incinerator in Asia, is told through the eyes of Alice Lee; a Broga villager.

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