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Kopi O Khau Sikit Kurang Manis (FFF 2006 Winner)
— February 12, 2009
A hip-hopping documentary on ear-squats plus allegations of corruption, abuse and poor crime prevention. How can we restore police integrity and service to truly royal standards?
She's My Son (FFF 2007 Winner)
— March 02, 2009
The trans gender issue is real, but it is a reality many Malaysian will not admit to. Treated as a sex objects, butt of lewd jokes and social outcasts, many boys resist their urges of becoming a girl. Suganya begs to differ. "She's My Son" tells the story of Suganya from her mother's point of view. "He", before the sex change, had the courage to face this reality and today, "She", strolls the road confidently with the acceptance of family and friends.
Dispatch from KL: Freedom FilmFest 2009
— January 07, 2010
EngageMedia went to Malaysia to join the festivity and spirit of the Freedom Film Festival in Kuala Lumpur where cross generation filmmakers, artists, activists and journalists gathered to express their ideas and concerns.
Freedom Film Festival 2010: Kisah Tauke Mancis dan Minyak Tumpah
— July 01, 2011
This is a story a two communities and the relocation of a temple. This film takes a look behind its sensational headlines to understand how the dispute came to be. It reminds us how extremism can easily be fueled when we fail to understand the context of the dispute, and manage such situations beyond the emotions.
Freedom Film Festival 2010 - Pilih
— July 04, 2011
Are our universities empowering future generations to participate in a democratic society, or are they nurturing disempowered and indoctrinated youths? Using a popular talk show format, 'Pilih' explores the issue of campus election and exposes the reality faced by our students. It gives us insight as to why our youths may be apathetic, and a micro-look as to how democracy functions in Malaysia.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Malay Subtitle)
— July 05, 2011
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a declaration adopted by the United Nations General Assembly (10 December 1948 at Palais de Chaillot, Paris). The Declaration arose directly from the experience of the Second World War and represents the first global expression of rights to which all human beings are inherently entitled. It consists of 30 articles which have been elaborated in subsequent international treaties, regional human rights instruments, national constitutions and laws.
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