Don't Miss It: Kenyalang Film Festival


Kenyalang Film Festival

Submission deadline: March 31

> Curtin University Malaysia is organising its second annual Kenyalang Film Festival (KFF) on May 23 and 24 in conjunction with the varsity’s 25th anniversary this year.

> Spearheaded by Bachelor of Communications students from the Department of Media and Communication, KFF aims to inspire and empower young film talents and to foster engagement and creative collaborations between the media industry and local communities.

> The festival will comprise three categories: Student (secondary school/university), Open (public/aspiring filmmakers), and Special (creative researchers).

> KFF is open to Malaysians and international students/ expatriates working in Malaysia.

> Participation is free of charge.

> Screenings will take place at the varsity’s Department of Media and Communication’s mini theatre, Cinema Lite.

> There will be a pre-event at Pustaka Negeri Sarawak, Miri, featuring talks about screen creativity and digital storytelling, and screenings of previous award-winning short films and documentaries.

> Film enthusiasts and creative researchers can submit their short films and documentaries of any length, preferably with Sarawak or Borneo content, to the Kenyalang Film Festival.

> To participate, fill in the form at https://bit.ly/KenyalangFilmFest.

Details: Call organising chairperson Skyler Goh at +6016-8763 373.

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