Documentary on late Brunei prince’s life to screen nationwide

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): With the consent of His Majesty Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, nationwide screenings of a documentary chronicling the life of the late Prince ‘Abdul ‘Azim will be held.

Executive producers behind the documentary, titled Prince Azim – Son of the Arts, include Prince ‘Abdul Mateen, Princess ‘Azemah Ni’matul Bolkiah and Princess Fadzilah Lubabul Bolkiah – and it features never seen before home video footage of Prince ‘Abdul ‘Azim’s childhood life, giving a rare look into the private life of the late prince.

Directed by Sumardi Hedus of Relentless Entertainment, the documentary is a look into the vivid life, interests, and passions of Prince ‘Abdul ‘Azim through the eyes of his family, friends, and those whose lives he has touched.

The documentary will be screened at selected cinemas across the country for the public to view.

The premiere will be held at The Empire Cinema on July 29 with tickets priced at BND25 per person.

Further screenings will be held at Times Cineplex locations at The Empire, Tutong and Kuala Belait districts on July 31 and Aug 1 with tickets priced at BND15 per person.

Majority of the proceeds will go to charities that Al-Marhum His Royal Highness Prince Haji ‘Abdul ‘Azim worked most closely with during his life, namely The Children’s Cancer Foundation (YASKA), Pusat Ehsan Al-Ameerah Al-Hajjah Maryam, Centre for Children with Special Needs (KACA) and Society for the Management of Autism Related issues in Training, Education and Resources (SMARTER) Brunei. - Borneo Bulletin/Asia News Network

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