Malaysian FREEDOM FILM FEST 2009 comes to London…

Date: 6th February 2010

Time: 2pm – 6pm

Venue: Amnesty International UK [map]

The Human Rights Action Centre, 17-25 New Inn Yard London, EC2A 3EA

We are proud to bring to London and to share the latest edition of the Freedom Film Festival this time, showcasing films made by Malaysians in line with the theme of “Real Change?” — exploring change, searching for change, questioning change.

Come spend a Saturday afternoon watching independently made documentaries that will provoke the mind, pique the curiosity and inspire! (Malaysia Boleh!)

Films that will be featured include ‘Kayuh’ about the 100+ ordinary citizens who cycled the length of Peninsular Malaysia to raise awareness about the plight of the marginalized in Malaysia, ‘No Silver Lining’ which showcases a ‘political wrestling match’ in the state of Perak, while another features the revisitation of two singer-songwriters of the 1985 massacre in Memali, Kedah.

After the ‘political tsunami’ of the 2008 general elections – this latest offering of award winning films from the Freedom Film Fest examine the question of ‘Real Change?’ — and will provide those interested in keeping up to date with recent events and developments in Malaysia a chance to find out more through the lens of these Malaysian film makers.

Join us in discussions after each set of films and enjoy the opportunity to connect with others who hope for a better Malaysia. Bring friends and family, all are welcome!

Tickets and more information are available online at

Book Online, then pay at the door. Tickets £2 or £1 for concessions