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Bradley Liew


A 27 year old Malaysian born Phillippine based filmmaker who works as a Director, Producer and Cinematographer.

In 2016 his first feature film, a Malaysian-Philippine coproduction entitled Singing in Graveyards, made its world premiere at the Venice International Film Critics’ Week. It was the recipient of the Visions Sud Est Production Support Fund and the inaugural Southeast Asian Film Lab’s Most Promising Project Award.


He is also producing Lav Diaz’s next feature, When The Waves Are Gone with producing partner Bianca Balbuena. It recently won the Paris CoProduction Village award at the Hong Kong Asia Financing Forum.

Motel Acacia will be Bradley's second feature film.


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