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Industry Article: Broadcasting and Film

“A Helping Paw” Short Film By Youths Wins Over Audience At Local Film Festival Youth-led Canteen Productions consisting of five young adults, Ryan Tan, Louisa Liew, Ng Kai Yin, Tan […]
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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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400 strong audiences turned up at Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPAC) on 4 August for “Act 7”, a showcase of seven 30-minutes feature films produced by IACT broadcasting and […]
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A group photo with the representatives from National Kidney Foundation It all began on 18th October 2018 when Azizul Rahman, a senior lecturer from the Broadcasting department approached the representatives […]
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Randy, the mascot of Sunken Rhythms PETALING JAYA: Randy, an ordinary toy turtle turned into a mascot for Sunken Rhythms, a fundraising food festival for Lang Tengah Turtle Watch. Sunken […]
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Award Announcement on 12th June 2019 at Dewan Agong Tuanku Canselor (DATC), UiTM Shah Alam “Sometimes, our students need to get out of their comfort zone!”, said Jacinta Erang Kuleh, […]
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If you are considering to pursue a UK Creative Degree, you’ve found the right place! Universities in UK have always been known for their world-leading reputation for teaching & research in […]
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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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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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