Malaysia's Premiere Documentary Filmmaker
OUR LATEST PROJECTS
FRIM (2018) - We are currently working on a series of videos for the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia.
KVMRT SUNGAI BULOH-SERDANG-PUTRAJAYA LINE (2017 - Present) - The Sungai Buloh–Serdang–Putrajaya or SSP Line is the second MRT line to be developed under the KVMRT project.
KVMRT SSP LINE
A promotional reel highlighting the conservation efforts of the Rafflesia and its host plants at the Pusat Pemuliharaan & Interpretif Rafflesia in Perak.
The Sungai Buloh–Serdang–Putrajaya or SSP Line is the second MRT line to be developed under the KVMRT project.
Aerial Malaysia (2016 Channel NewsAsia) - This one-hour documentary offers a rare glimpse of Malaysia’s most treasured landmarks, all seen from breathtaking 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.
Aerial Indonesia (2016 Channel NewsAsia) - This one-hour documentary offers a non-stop aerial journey over Indonesia, the greatest archipelago nation on earth. Discover its menacing volcanoes, its impenetrable jungles and fertile valleys, its wondrous waters and its diverse races, cultures, customs and traditions.
To Hunt A Paedophile (2016 Channel NewsAsia) - A commissioned edit for Dosfellas, this one-hour documentary follows the story of prolific child abuser, Richard Huckle. Discover how he was able to avoid capture from authorities for over nine years and how the simplest of clues led to his arrest and conviction.
TO HUNT A PAEDOPHILE
Megastructures: Urban Diggers (2016 National Geographic Channel) - This one-hour documentary showcases the trials and tribulations of constructing the underground section of Kuala Lumpur’s new Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system and highlights the latest tunnel boring technology.
Sumatra’s Last Tigers (2015 Channel NewsAsia) - The documentary highlights the conservation work of Indonesian philanthropist, Tomy Winata, to safeguard tigers at the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation Centre in Sumatra. It also 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.
Timeless Langkawi (2014 Tourism Malaysia) - A short documentary that showcases the natural beauty of the island of Langkawi—from its karst limestones to its stunning birds and mangrove creatures.
SUMATRA'S LAST TIGERS
Megastructures: The 2nd Penang Bridge (2014 National Geographic Channel) - A one-hour documentary showcasing the trials and tribulations of constructing Southeast Asia’s longest bridge.
10 Things You Don’t Know About Malaysia (2013 History Channel) - Think you know Malaysia? Think again. Ezra Zaid will take you on a journey to explore and discover the unexpected stories of the nation. Uncover new twists behind the historical tales, figures and places you thought you knew.
Malaysia Through The Decades (2013 National Geographic) - Over the last five decades, Malaysia has undergone a transformation from the postcard image of coconut palms to a panorama of soaring skyscrapers. Rice fields and rubber plantations have been replaced by factories and cyber cities. Famous names from Malaysia’s past and a cast of modern personalities offer an insight into the nation and its people.
THE 2ND PENANG BRIDGE
10 THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT MALAYSIA
MALAYSIA THROUGH THE DECADES
Ilham Tower (2012) - Designed by Foster & Partners, Ilham Tower is Kuala Lumpur's latest icon. The Nuvista team captures the construction of this mega structure.
The Royal Press (2012) - For 75 years, The Royal Press served vibrant communities—printing books, pamphlets, posters and proclamations—as the great drama of Malaysian history unfolded to the world outside. But today, The Royal Press is no longer a viable printing business. This portal to the past may soon have to shut its doors. One young man is determined to keep the press working, to give its past a future. This documentary is about Soon Wei’s journey and undertaking to herald The Royal Press into the 21st century.
Rising Sun Over Malaya (2011 History Channel) - A documentary that tells little-known stories by the people of Malaysia who have had firsthand experiences of the Japanese Occupation: the slaughtering of the tens of thousands of Chinese citizens, young women that were forced to work as sex slaves, and the notorious ‘Death Railway’.
THE ROYAL PRESS
RISING SUN OVER MALAYA
The Highland Towers Disaster (2010 History Channel) - A documentary about the 1993 condominium collapse where 48 people perished. We hear the raw stories of the men and women who lived through the torment, and expose in compelling detail the fatal flaws that led to the collapse of the Highland Tower.
The Malayan Emergency (2010 History Channel) - A two-hour documentary with an insight to the Undeclared War that ravished the country between 1948-1960. It features ex-communists and ex-policemen from local and British forces together with the people that suffered during this period.
Among The Great Apes With Michelle Yeoh (2009 National Geographic Channel) - This one-hour documentary takes you on a personal journey with renowned actress, Michelle Yeoh, as she goes back home to Malaysia to discover about the orang-utan. Orang-utans—whose name means ‘persons of the forest’—are among the world’s most endangered primates, and are the only great apes in Asia. Once ranging from China to Java, orang-utans now only survive on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo. Michelle discovers the people that devote their lives to the battle to save them from extinction.
THE HIGHLAND TOWERS DISASTER
THE MALAYAN EMERGENCY
AMONG THE GREAT APES
Smart Tunnel (2008 National Geographic Channel) - Using stunning high-definition visuals and superb graphics, the ’SMART TUNNEL’ documentary takes you on an insider’s voyage through the world’s first combined stormwater and traffic tunnel—Malaysia’s ultimate engineering feat.
Unburying The Past (2006 Perbadanan Kemajuan Filem National Malaysia) - In this one-hour documentary, we discover one of the rarest skeletons found in Southeast Asia: the Perak Man. Discovered by Professor Zuraina Majid, the film also showcases her plight to bring home the skeletons that were taken to England more than 50 years ago.
Corporate Videos - Our team has worked on several corporate projects that we feel strongly for. Our clients include Yayasan Sime Darby, Department of National Heritage, Mercy Malaysia and Kechara Soup Kitchen.
UNBURYING THE PAST