Bebbra Mailin, a senior lecturer from The Faculty of Film, Theatre and Animation (FiTA), Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) won 2 awards, including Best Short Film at the Malaysian Digital Film Awards, recently.
Her short film Ninavau also won Best Narrative Content in the event organized by FINAS.
The Ninavau short film, which received the Best Narrative Content and Best Shortfilm awards have previously received the Pesta Filem KITA 2019 grant.
The short film is produced by Nadira Ilana and Muzzamer Rahman as Executive Producer.
The Faculty of Film, Theatre and Animation or its acronym FiTA was established in 1998. The idea of the establishment of FiTA was planned in 1997, which was in line with the current trend of creative industry development in Malaysia. FiTA now has 2591 students and offers 16 academic programmes under a work-based learning platform. This work-based learning is known as 2u1i (two years in university, one year in industry), a programme which aims to boost students’ learning experience based on industry knowledge combined with classroom learning.
FiTA – Live Arts, Visualizing Dream!
By : Dr. Mohd Syuhaidi Abu Bakar (Deputy Dean of Research and Industry Network FiTA) UiTM, Malaysia