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Nadiah Hamzah, an award-winning Malaysian director whose anti-bullying film for Save The Children went viral online recently, came to IACT College to share her journey in making her debut feature […]
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It was a dream come true to IACT student and filmmaker Wong Tuck Hon (@bbcc_dehan) when his short film “Wise Giving” won 3rd Prize from “Power of Gift Giving” student […]
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National Kidney Foundation (NKF) Malaysia has just signed a Memorandum of Understanding with IACT College today as part of the college’s Project-Based Learning initiatives for their students. Students from Diploma […]
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IACT College launched IACT Plus, a new installation to boost students’ confidence, social skills and a therapeutic approach to living and loving college life. IACT Plus consists of 4 courses: […]
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A heartwarming short film produced by IACT students from Diploma in Broadcasting and Film won “Top 10” and “Most Popular Video” after garnering over 1,400 likes and 7,000 views on […]
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COMMUNICATION skills are in-demand in every industry. As long as human interaction is involved, communication is inevitable. How well you communicate dictates how far you would go in life, or […]
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Growing up, IACT student Rose Quek has always wanted to be in the creative communication industry. However, the common notion about the industry has always been rather negative – and […]
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Managing events are a part of our everyday lives, be it planning a birthday party for a select group of friends, a business conference involving key stakeholders, an expo involving […]
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KITA (short for Kreative Inspirations Through Art) IACT was an event held by the senior IACT Diploma in Mass Communication students which featured artwork from Mass Communication and the Broadcasting & Film […]
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A group of freshmen wins Director’s Choice Award from ASTRO’s 5th A-List Shorts Contest with “The Conf3ssion”, a 3-minute rom com set in local secondary school. “The Conf3ssion” was created by Banana […]
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