The creativity of motion pictures can at times be singled out by the preference of audiences, thus pushing back the potential growth of the creative industry as a whole. It all comes down to whether one prefers to be heard through expressions in a creative medium, or to go all out just for the numbers. One wrong move would create a ripple of negative reviews.
But here is the question, are locally produced films generally do not have the quality to catch up with foreign films? Malaysian cinema has been labelled throughout the history of films as to be a cinema of slapstick, and horror. While other cinema like Thailand’s horror genre has surpass the quality of its previous productions by ten fold, leaving Malaysia still sitting at where it is today.
Talking about the world of creative motion pictures today, we have here with us, Julez Wong, who not only has her heart in story telling, but also runs her own company, C8Media.