Tuesday, September 1, 2009

15Malaysia by P1

The P1 Malaysian Film-Maker’s Showcase presents 15Malaysia is the first of a series of arts and culture projects by P1, the leading WiMAX provider in Malaysia, aimed to tie in a key facet of everyone's lives with the liberating power of high-speed broadband access.

Most of the participating Malaysian film-makers are winners of international film awards from major festivals around the world, and represent the core of what is known internationally as the Malaysian 'New Wave' filmmakers.

The cast consists of renowned celebrities, actors, musicians and politicians.
The project shares many traits and values with P1 - they are unconventional, innovative, challenging and open. The films are widely and freely available online at www.p1.com.my/15my and www.15malaysia.com.

Join us in celebrating Malaysian creative voices by sharing your favourite films and this site with your friends & families.

Potong Saga by Ho YuHang


Synopsis
Potong Saga. A laugh-out-loud film about a Chinese boy’s misguided attempts at opening an Islamic bank account.

Chocolate by Yasmin Ahmad


Synopsis
Chocolate. A quiet tale that reminds us that, despite the multifaceted contradiction of Malaysia, life goes on - even if not all of it is sweet.

The Tree by Amir Muhammad


Synopsis
The Tree. Malaysia’s most influential spiritual leader Nik Aziz offers commentary on the virtuous and Islamic way to conduct ethical commerce in his inimitable style.

Halal by Liew Seng Tat


Synopsis
Halal. A very silly slapstick comedy demonstrating the proper Islamic way to slaughter chicken.

One Future by Tan Chui Mui


Synopsis
One Future. An edgy and powerful science fiction story of a society where everything is perfect, except no one is allowed to speak.

Lumpur by Kamal Sabran


Synopsis
Lumpur. A modern, poetic and beautifully constructed ode to Malaysia - its common people, places and enduring spirit.

House by Linus Chung


Synopsis
The House. An Indian boy is asked to build a model of his house at school. A tale on the social economic plight faced by many Indian Malaysians.

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