FreedomFilmFest 2018, which concluded its main festival event in Selangor on 6th October was historic on many fronts. Who would have imagined as we began planning the festival at the beginning of this year, that the 14th General Election (GE14) would have seen a new government rise to power for the first time since the country’s independence?

FreedomFilmFest 2018: Mending The Gap Through Film

FreedomFilmFest (FFF), Malaysia's leading international human rights documentary film festival is back and proud to announce a diverse line-up of bold and brave new films for 2018. Returning to PJ Live Arts in Petaling Jaya, this year's week-long festival (29th...

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Featuring FFF Film Grant Winner – Putri Purnama Sugua

Putri was selected as one of this year’s FFF film grant recipients for her upcoming documentary “Aku Mau Sekolah” (“I Want To Go To School”), which will focus on one of the many obstacles faced by stateless children residing in Malaysia – access to education.

Featuring FFF Film Grant Winner – Lawrence Jayaraj

Lawrence was selected for his impassioned film pitch for “The Story of Kam Agong”, which focuses on his family’s struggle for justice after hospital negligence and insufficient maternal care led to the death of his mother-in-law in Lawas, rural Sarawak.

Featuring FFF Film Grant Winner – Low Watan

Malaysia's leading annual human rights film festival, FreedomFilmFest (FFF), which will take place in Petaling Jaya from 29 September – 7 October 2018, has one goal in mind this year, to echo the mission statement of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable...

Freedom Film Network Call For Film Censorship Reform

PRESS STATEMENT 31/05/2018 PETALING JAYA: We, the Freedom Film Network (FFN), a group of social filmmakers and human rights activists, call on the newly formed Pakatan Harapan (PH) government and in particular the newly appointed Minister of Home Affairs, Tan Sri...

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