Inspiring Change Through Films: What Does It Really Take?
INSPIRING CHANGE THROUGH FILMS - WHAT DOES IT REALLY TAKE? (FreedomFilmFest 2018)
This interactive session offers a rare opportunity to ask all your burning questions to an international panel of directors; Huang Hui-Chen (Taiwan), Indrani Kopal (Malaysia), Lau Kek Huat (Malaysia/Taiwan) and Olivier Pollet (France).
The filmmakers will also share their personal journeys and their insights to the essentials of documentary filmmaking from how-to tips to industry trends.
Register for this session here: https://freedomfilm.my/e-commerce/ticket/fff2018-session-15/
* This workshop is part of FreedomFilmFest 2018, Malaysia's leading annual international human rights documentary film festival. This year's festival is taking place from 29 Sept - 6 Oct at PJ Live Arts, Jaya One. Full festival details and film listings are available on our website - https://freedomfilm.my/festival/fff2018/
Box Office Opens
From 2nd October 2018 to 2nd October 2018
2A-3, Block K, Jaya One, Section 13, No.72A, Jalan Universiti, 46200, Petaling Jaya, Selangor D.E, Malaysia
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