£3.00/ approx NT$118.00
£3.00/ approx NT$118.00
8pm-11pm MYT / 1pm-4pm UKT
All Malaysian Student Film Festival Show Pass
Buy a pass which allows you full access to ALL 12 films and the Award Closing Ceremony!
MSFF is the first ever virtual Malaysian Student Film Festival scheduled for a livestream showcase in June 2021. For the past years, many Malaysian student societies in universities all over the UK (and Ireland) have participated in Malaysian Night, a theatrical production celebrating traditional cultural art forms such as dance and music. This year, students will have the chance to showcase 15 - 40 minute films in our virtual event. Varying awards judged by external experts in the film and theatre industry will be celebrated on the last day of the festival. It is MSFF’s hope to not only give students a chance to translate traditional MNights into a different medium, but also to let these films be a portfolio of well-made student films relating to Malaysian culture.
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by Lancaster University Malaysian Student Society
Genre: Comedy, Mockumentary
Logline: Nothing stands in the way of Malaysian spirit, not even a pandemic.
'Rasa Sayang' is a witty mockumentary short film based on the real struggles of Malaysian societies with planning for social events during a pandemic. The story surrounds the Lancaster University Malaysian Society, in particular a documentary crew follows the president, Danial Bahran, and his committee members as they plan their first ever in-person traditional Malaysian Night. Experience the laughs and tears of desperation and happiness as they overcome many obstacles from low morale to *possible* food poisoning as they each learn how to trust and work with one another as a team and embodying the true Malaysian spirit.
What did Shaun Say?
by University College Dublin Malaysian Society
Genre: Thriller, Mystery
Logline: Two policemen uncover the truth behind a murder which took place with an unusual suspect.
Kumar is being interrogated by the police for murdering his neighbour, Mr Edgar. Except Kumar doesn’t know what he did, or how he ended up in handcuffs, or even who he is …
by Imperial College Union Malaysian Society
Logline: Two returning university students head into a cheap hotel for quarantine, unaware of the danger that lurks within it.
Two university students head into quarantine in a cheap hotel run by a kind middle-aged man. They try to balance their work-life with sufficient relaxation and exposure to the outside world, even going as far as making daily live vlogs to keep themselves emotionally well. However, with the mysterious deterioration of the hotel conditions, they soon find themselves trapped. As the final day of quarantine they longed for draws closer, the two friends are put to a test of perseverance and wits as the truth behind the hotel unravels.