Screening: Road to Nationhood
CIMB London in collaboration with ASTRO are bringing to you the screening of 'Road to Nationhood', a highly-acclaimed two-part historical documentary-film that traces Malaya’s journey towards independence and eventually the founding of Malaysia. Inspired by the rich historical contents and stories derived from a book of the same title by the New Straits Times Press Group Publications; this masterpiece features never-seen-before archive and footage from sources otherwise mostly forgotten, relived through advanced and cutting-edge visual effects (VFX).

This documentary brings to life untold stories of the founding fathers - such as Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra, Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Tun V.T. Sambanthan and Mr. Lee Kuan Yew - as told by close associates, family and friends. It also features personal and political perspectives of the struggles, including the bitter oppositions to Malaysia's formation. The documentary also brings forward voices of monumental figures like Tunku Khadijah Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, Tengku Tan Sri Razeleigh Hamzah, Tan Siok Choo, Zainah Anwar and many more.

Come and immerse yourself in this critical yet constructive inquiry into our nation's journey! RSVP is required for logistical purposes (also for health ad safety).

Date: Saturday, 03 December 2016
Time: 2:15-4:30pm (followed by networking)
Venue: Malaysia Hall, 30-34 Queensborough Terrace, London W2 3ST

We look forward to meeting you at the screening!

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More info: http://www.historyasia.com/shows/road-nationhood

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