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What Makes A Good Adaptation?

Kam Raslan | Sim Wie Boon | Ahmad Yazid

09-Sep-22 21:00

What Makes A Good Adaptation?

Kam Raslan returns, alongside BFM producer Sim Wie Boon and documentary filmmaker Ahmad Yazid on another exciting episode of A Bit of Culture. They start the show by talking about the Malaysia Day narrative and whether it’s an exciting story that can be made into a film, compared to our Merdeka narrative. From that, they then jump to talking about space technology, inspired by Yazid’s recent experience of documenting the launch of a satellite. In the second part of the show, Sim Wie Boon asks the group where they stand when it comes to adaptations.

Produced by: Haniff Baharudin

Presented by: Kam Raslan

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Categories:  culture

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