A Date With Destiny

Nike and Very Bad Film School have something in common. “Just Do It (Yourself)”, says Very Bad Film School, a local initiative which organises weekend film challenges for young budding filmmakers. They say “the only way to learn how to make films is by making them” so time to get your hands dirty if you’re an aspiring to be the next Yasmin Ahmad or Martin Scorsese.

This weekend, team behind Very Bad Film School will be showcasing five short films from their submissions, all shot by young filmmakers. Each short film will be maximum of 20 minutes and will encompasses different genres and storylines.

The films that will be shown are Mirage by Jerry, Dermaga by Aliff Ihsan Rahman, Walid Mahu Bikin Filem by Isyraqi Yahya, Imperfection by Wee Jia Foong and Chloe Yap and finally A Date With Destiny by Jun Chew.

The third installment of Very Bad Film School’s short film screenings will be held this Saturday 17 October from 8pm to 11pm at Da Huang Pictures.

For more information, visit their event page or join their Facebook group here.

Da Huang Pictures, 33-3, Plaza Danau Desa 2, Jalan 1/109F, 58100 KL. 

Stephanie Boey