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Jan 20, 2020

Petronas CNY film celebrates the fabric of family bonds

Ensemble Worldwide's 2020 offering shows the creation of a blanket made from multiple family members' old items of clothing.

(Here's a verison with English subtitles.)

A Bai Jia Bei or ‘hundred home blanket’ is made of old clothing from various family members and gifted to a young person. The film launched on January 18 on the company's Facebook and YouTube channels, as well as on TV and in selected cinemas.

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CREDITS

Film Director: Ismail Kamarul
Producer: Sabrina Wong
DOP: Eric Yeong
Editor: Ismail Kamarul
Colourist: Kwok Yong
Online Artist: Soon Foon
Post Production: Asia-Pacific Videolab Sdn Bhd
Composer: Raof Zamirdin
Audio Production: Kena Sound @ Reservoir World

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