A Malaysian independent production company on shooting films amid pandemic


The crew of 'Ceroboh', including director Feisal Azizuddin, having a meeting prior to going to location and filming.

For indie film company Feisk Productions, its approach to filmmaking has always been working with a “modest budget, skeleton crew and out-of-the-box resourcefulness”.

With those principles, the company didn't sit idle at any point during the movement control order (MCO)

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