MALAYSIAN MADE DOCUMENTARIES
We are proud to showcase what the Malaysian Documentary industry has to offer.
Here you will find a range of documentaries produced by our talented local filmmakers.
Malaysian Made Documentaries
TRAILER: Work In Progress | The unseen lives of migrant workers in Malaysia
Six migrants, six stories. Watch R.AGE’s brand new mini documentary series about the unseen lives of migrant workers in Malaysia, premiering 18th December 2018. Produced in partnership with the International Labour Organization (ILO).
BANGKIT - 11 Days That Changed A Nation (2019)
Witness the gripping story of Malaysia's historic 14th General Election where the people voted to change the government for the first time in history. Using rare and never-before-seen footage, we tell the story through the eyes of the people who were on the ground.
Surviving Borneo (2017)
TV host and actor Henry Golding, is on a personal mission to discover his tribal roots. A descendant of the once feared Iban tribe of Sarawak, Borneo, Henry wants to attain his ‘Bejalai’, an Iban rites of passage, before he marries. In accordance with the ancient ‘Bejalai’, Henry must journey to unfamiliar lands in a bid to challenge himself and to acquire new knowledge and skills. A journey which takes him from his own Iban homeland in Betong to the mountainous region of Bario home to the Kelabit Tribe, and finally into the deepest interiors of Sarawak to seek out the mysterious Penans, Borneo’s last remaining nomadic tribe.
Wildlife Defenders Sabah (2017)
Continuing under the series Wildlife Defenders, this new behind-the-scenes, two-part documentary special will lay bare the dangers facing Borneo’s wildlife and the unrelenting work and challenges of the men and women of the Sabah Wildlife Department, working to stem the tide of wildlife extermination. With our unique access, this documentary is shown through the eyes of the people who fight the daily battle of wildlife conservation.
To Hunt A Paedophile (2017)
This documentary focuses on the investigation by the Australian and UK police that led to the arrest of Richard Huckle, a serial paedophile who had been preying on children in poor communities in Asia. Using reenactments, Huckle’s personal blogs, photos and court documents to reveal the intricate trail of clues that were pieced together by the Queensland Police Service that led to the dismantling of one of the world’s largest paedophile networks and Huckle’s arrest. We expose the existence of local paedophile networks in Malaysia and speak with a former member of a local online paedophile forum who reveals how it works. By following a team of journalists, we highlight how local predators are turning to social media to target and lure young victims. The documentary explores the challenges that are faced by local authorities in tackling the issue of child sexual abuse in Malaysia.
Aerial Malaysia (2016)
This one-hour documentary offers a rare glimpse of Malaysia’s most treasured landmarks, all seen from breath-taking heights. From busy cityscapes to natural landscapes, the documentary captures the history and culture of the country and discovers a side of Malaysia that has never been seen before.
Sumatra's Last Tigers (2015)
The documentary highlights the conservation work of Indonesian philanthropist, Tomy Winata, to safeguard tigers at the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation Centre in Sumatra. It looks at tigers Panti and Petir, mother and son, as she is re-released back into the wild and how he copes being introduced into the jungle for the first time.