The Human Rights Film Network, a partnership of 40 human rights film festivals around the world, would like to raise our concerns about the health and treatment of our friend and colleague, Min Htin Ko Ko Gyi, filmmaker and the founder of the Myanmar Human Rights Human Dignity Film Festival, who has been charged under Article 505(a) of Myanmar’s Penal Code and Section 66(d) of the Telecommunications Act.
"Kami Pun Ada Hak Bersekolah: Wanita Orang Asli Bersuara" yang merupakan kompilasi kisah-kisah peribadi yang ditulis oleh 18 wanita muda Orang Asli. Kisah ini menceritakan pengalaman peribadi mereka mendepani cabaran berkaitan pendidikan dan impian serta aspirasi...
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?
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.
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...
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.