FreedomFilmFest 2008

by Stacey Lobo August 19, 2015
The annual FreedomFilmFest will be returning to screens around Malaysia when the festival kicks off in September.

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September 05, 2008 04:00 AM to
September 28, 2008 04:00 AM



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FFF adopts the themes encompassed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) which expresses our aspirations for genuine justice, peace, equality and democracy.

Through an annual film contest, workshops and screenings, FFF creates an annual showcase of outstanding films and documentaries focusing on social issues that affect ordinary people like HIV/AIDS, human rights, poverty and the environment; alternative films which, due to a lack of commercial backing and because of the tyranny of popular mainstream media, are out of the reach to most Malaysians.

FFF is a vital event, providing a venue for the Malaysian public to use the video medium as a tool for social documentation and filmmaking. Technological advances have brought about a democratising effect to filmmaking in recent years. With a video camera in hand, almost any person on the street, and even entire communities, can share their story in the way they want to tell it. Filmmakers are better equipped now to explore and express their skills and passion to produce socially relevant films.


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