We have many talented Malaysians around.
And we are super glad that these talented people extend to the younger generation as well.
Went up against stiff competition
Six students from Terengganu have made the country proud by winning an international short video competition.
The students from SMK Kuala Besut emerged victorious in the Kid Witness News (KWN) Global Summit 2020 competition, Malay Mail
Muhammad Afiq Mohd Ridzuan, Muhammad Nasrur Afdie Marzuki, Nik Muhammad Izzul Iman Nik Mawardi, Umar Hamzah, Mohamad Aqib Azfar Mohamad Azhar and Mohamad Aqif Azfar managed to wow the judged with their short video titled ‘Mark Roso: The Island Boy’.
The school's principal, Amran Ibrahim, told the news agency that the resourceful students were able to complete the video in just a month, and it was shot using only a smartphone.
“We submitted the video entitled ‘Mark Roso: The Island Boy.’ It tells the story of a student named Muhammad Nasrur Afdie Marzuki, 17, who helps his family by working as a boatman at a resort island during the weekends and school holidays.
In the final round, ‘Mark Roso: The Island Boy’ went up against entries from Japan and Vietnam, and they emerged as champions.
KWN, which is a global video education programme supported by Panasonic with the objective of boosting creativity and communication skills via video production among others, received 150 entries this year.
Well done, you guys! We really do hope you guys continue to make awesome short films and who knows, maybe we'll see your masterpiece on the big screen some day.