Petaling Jaya, 11 April 2014 – Honorary Advisor of the 7th Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival graced the campus of Taylor’s University Lake Side Campus today.
Yasmin Rasyid, the Festival’s lead advisor, conducted an hour-long film screening of past KLEFF Malaysian short films. In between the film screenings Yasmin gave a chronology of the Festival from when it first started in 2008, the Festival’s evolution since then, and the 2014 competition format.
Among the short films screened were Audrie Yeo’s 2008 Best Short Film, “What Happened to the Green?” which one the 2008 Best Editing Award, and 2008’s Best Sound award winning film, Arry and Fizzah’s “Wasiat”.
The students also had a brief discussion session with Yasmin while a few groups shared their upcoming assignment to produce environment-themed animations and short films for the coming 7th KLEFF film competition.
KLEFF wishes the students at Taylor’s University all the best in the planning and production of their new eco-themed animations and short films and is grateful for the opportunity
Martin Chong, lecturer of the Design school under the Architecture, Building and Design division of Taylor's University.
The students watching "What Happened to the Green" by Audrio Yeo, winner of the Best Short Film category for KLEFF in 2008.