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Khamis, 4 September 2008

30 Karya Terbaik di Freedom Film Fest 2008



MESTI TONTON SEPTEMBER 2008

5-7 Sept 2008, Annexe Gallery, Central Market akan menayangkan hampir 30 karya filem independent daripada beberapa karyawan bebas sempena Freedom Film Fest 2008. Turut di tayangkan dan menjadi pilihan saya ialah filem pendek 'Pang Yau' arahan Amir Muhammad, 'Qalam' arahan Hadi Koh dan Dokumentari 'Pecah Lobang' arahan Poh Si Teng yang menceritakan perjalanan hidup golongan Mak Nyah dalam komuniti Masyarakat Muslim di Malaysia. Oleh itu, anda semua peminat filem dijemput hadir untuk sama-sama memeriahkan acara yang diatur oleh pihak penganjur seawal 11 pagi hingga 11 malam.

'PECAH LOBANG' singkap perjalanan hidup Mak Nyah dalam Komuniti Masyarakat Muslim..

Apakah yang dimaksudkan dengan PECAH LOBANG?.. Nak tahu jawapannya, anda dijemput hadir beramai-ramai pada 6 September 2008 pukul 8.00 mlm bertempat di Annexe Gallery, Central Market. Ini bukan karya kontroversi ye.. ini sebuah kisah dokumentari yang memaparkan secara telus dan jujur penerimaan masyarakat terhadap komuniti transeksual atau 'mak nyah' dalam masyarakat Islam di Malaysia. .

FRIDAY
1. (11.00 AM - 1.00 PM) :CATEGORY Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Film A Human Request: Directed by Engen Schlegel, Christoph Willumeit : 13 min

2. (11.00 AM - 1.00 PM ): CATEGORY War Reporting Film Anna, Seven Years on the Frontline, Directed by Masha Nokikova : 78 min

3. (2.00 - 3.00 PM ) FROM SRI LANKA : Film Burning Memories, Directed by S. Someetharan: 50mins

4. ( 3.00 - 4.30 PM ) FROM ACEH : Film Black Road, Directed by William Neesen : 52 mins

5. ( 4.30 - 6.30 PM ) CATEGORY CULTURE AND IDENTITY : Film Dragons Beget Dragons by Ariani Darmawan : 60 min , Film Tiffin by Ai Lene Chor 14 min , Film Ayah, Kenapa Tebang Pokok Pisang? by Namron 20 min

6. ( 8.00 - 9.00 PM ) FFF WINNER 1 : Film Pilihanraya Umum Malaysia ke-12 by Abror Rivai 30 min

7. ( 9.00 - 10.30 PM ) AWARD WINNING HUMAN RIGHTS FEATURE DOCUMENTARY : The War On Democracy by John Pilger 97 mins



SATURDAY
1. ( 11.00 - 1.00 PM ) Human Trafficking and Migration: MTV Exit BY MTV : 15 mins , Breaking Labour BY Tenaganita : 55 mins , Running BY Mien Lor Approx : 30 mins

2. ( 2.00 - 4.30 PM ) Native Land Rights & Conservation : Voices From The Forest BY NFTP Exchange Programme / Dusty Foot Productions / Gecko Studio : 30 min , The Indigenous People of Knasaimos by Telapak/Gekko productions : 30 min , What Rainforest? BY Ketapang Pictures 36 min

3. ( 4.30 - 6.30 PM ) Growing Human Rights Movements - Singapore & Malaysia : One Nation Under Lee BY Seelan Palay, Singapore: 45mins , Mari Kita Ber-aktivism BY Anna Har/KOMAS, Malaysia 45mins

4. ( 8.00 - 9.30 PM ) FFF Winners : Who Speaks For Me? BY Justin Johari : 30 mins , Pecah Lobang BY Poh Si Teng 30mins

5. ( 9.00 - 10.30 PM ) Tikar Talk



SUNDAY
1. (11.00 - 1.00 PM ) Queer Cinema : Sambal Belachan in San Francisco BY Madeleine Lim 25mins , Pang Yau BY Amir Muhammad 13mins , It's Over BY Lee Jung-a 13mins .

2. ( 2.00 - 4.00 PM ) Community Organising and the Environment : Drowned Forest Damned Lives BY Colin Nicholas, COAC 30mins , Bye Bye Buyat BY JATAM 45mins

3. ( 4.00 - 5.00 PM ) Politics Of Faith : When Will My Religion Be Mine? BY Manesh Nesaratnam and Article 11 12mins , Qalam BY Hadi Koh : 10mins

4. ( 5.00 - 7.00 PM ) Religion and Terrorism : Kombong (Veiled) BY Gabriela Krista Luch. ST Exposure, 2005 : 23mins , Promised Paradise BY Leonar Retel Helmrich : 50mins

5. ( 8.00 - 10.30 PM ) FILM PREMIERE : Earth's Whisper BY Arnel Mardoquio 130mins


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