A glimpse at our body of work
of the pudding lies in its eating.
Here are some of the more memorable examples of work we have accomplished and the iconic projects we have been involved in over the years. Click on the thumbnails to view individual videos.
Sherson Lian and mum, Ann, they will make good old-fashioned Malaysian food that has been a staple of their family, with Sherson occasionally putting a new and modern twist on one of Anne’s family favourites. The duo don’t always see eye to eye in the kitchen – in fact there are sometimes fireworks – but they usually agree about the results being worth it! Finally, they sit down to a much-deserved tasting, often with one or two members of the family dropping in for a share of the spoils.
Asia is a food haven, with so many great and memorable dishes but which are Martin Yan’s favourites? In this 8-episode half-hour series, viewers go on a journey with him as he reveals his favourites from across Asia.
From local fare like spring rolls to intricate seafood dishes, each episode focuses on dishes based on a common theme. Chef Martin Yan will teach viewers at home how to make these dishes (each from a different country) and how to make them great. He will also come up with his own versions of the classic favourites, adding his own culinary touches along the way.
Nowadays, people are addict to their individual world and refuse to ‘care’ unless they are force to. We tend to protect ourselves with varies excuses just to avoid paying attention to things around us, stay away from things we should know and gradually, lose track of what we should take care of.
While technology favours our lives, it tends to blind us from the issues we need to face: rapid surge in population, imbalance between work life, abandon elderly parents, fragile marriages, grown up teenagers cannot live without their parents, have we slowly accept all these so called ‘general expectations’ which has never exist?
If the existing world is compatible with another parallel world; if a list of unspoken rules becomes part of the civil law, are we willing to accept it? Or, shall we turn around our so called ‘general expectations’ and see whether it makes more sense to us?
The impact of regulations along with our tangible emotions confuses us; can we still remain calm when we make decisions between love, family and friendship? These virtual worlds along with the special rules highlight the things we have left out, and the bright side of humanity.
“2 Dudes & A Kitchen” is a fun in-the-kitchen cooking show that teaches the audience (some of whom may not necessarily enjoy cooking) how to make simple “idiot-proof” meals in ten steps or less. The show features two buddies (or “idiots” as their friends affectionately call them) who have no other culinary qualifications other than being food lovers and passionate home cooks.
Three strangers, abandoned by their mother since young discover they are brothers through an unexpected incident. They meet another stranger who claims to be their younger sister. The four strangers, all yearning for a family to belong to, find themselves living under the same roof, hoping to build a bond with one another. Can these strangers form a genuine relationship and become a real family?
This season, Fazura continues to confront the labels placed on her, challenges the public’s perception of the Fazura they think they know, and rewrites society’s norms of how women should behave. Since the first season of Facing Up To Fazura, her profile has also grown immensely including recognition in the region – raising the possibility of heading to new and far places where new opportunities lie.
Feature film ‘Who’s your daddy’ is a comedy film about two guys (an uncle and a nephew) who live their lives day to day, with no hope and goals. One day, they happened to meet their dream girl and willing to offer anything to please her. The story emphasizes the relationships amongst characters, responsibilities in various stages of life, tolerance between loves and family that everyone tends to be running away in the modern society.
After a tragic accident, Queenie, a successful and powerful chief editor for a leading fashion magazine, finds that she is able to communicate with the dead. At first she is terrified of her new gift but Queenie slowly learns to embrace this special power. She soon discovers that spirits too need help once she starts listening to their stories and uses her gift to help these spirits fulfil their final wishes.
The 26-episode series chronicles the life of karate student Alisa (Hanis Zalikha) who develops an interest in the martial arts after learning that her biological mother, whom she has never met, was once a karate champion.
Alisa is raised by her father and is told very little about her mother. But this changes as her family secrets begin to surface when she stumbles upon the timid Rykal (Sharnaaz Ahmad). Later, Alisa travels to Okinawa, Japan (where half of the series was shot) to further her karate training. There, she meets and falls for her coach Shun (Shogen), putting her at odds with fellow karate student Riana (Mimi Lana) who also harbours feelings for him.
R U Tough Enough to find Malaysia’s toughest person. This nationwide search is open to all Malaysian residents aged 18 and above, male and female.
Life is full of uncertainties and unexpected events. We are quick to blame others for our own failures and are envious of those with better lives than ours. However, if given the chance to switch lives with someone and start over, will it guarantee success and happiness?
Feature film ‘Rentap is a fast-paced action comedy film about two ordinary brothers who are into ‘Parkour’, an exciting sport that requires self-discipline and team spirits which has never been film in the Malaysian market. A storyline which brings out positive themes of bravery, loyalty and friendship, it focuses on young people who must find belief within themselves, the strength to overcome great danger to save whom they care for.
‘Rentap’ has a good combination of entertaining features such as spectacular Parkour sequences, comedy elements, breathtaking scenes together with a touch of romance! A perfect blend for today’s youth!
Andil (Iedil Putra) is an apprentice batik maker who is under the tutelage of Tok Mantin. Every day he devotes himself earnestly to his craft.
Meanwhile, a hermit who lives in a forest senses a crisis infringing Malaysia and sends a message to the human world seeking a man of valor who can overcome the crisis. At the behest of the hermit, the hibiscus spirit Hibi sets out on a journey to find the human who is able to understand the hermit‘s message. The Majimun army, villains evolved from the animal kingdom, aims to steal the Mabui Stones which are symbols of Malaysian culture and tradition. This is the crisis that the hermit foresaw. The Majimun army manages to steal the Batik Mabui Stone. As a result, the beautiful colours of the batik fade away.
Last season’s story ends with the happy ending where the warring in laws reconcile their differences. Season 2 sees new challenges to the lives of the couples. Min Min and Qi Jian, as young parents struggle with their baby and indirectly put a strain on their relationship; the long distance relationship between Na Na and Sheng Feng didn’t work out and how Sheng Feng recovered from his pain; Mei Feng and Mark, adults in their 50s who has lost the love of their lives and try to look for a second true love to spend the rest of their live with.
He Jia An, Jia Zhen and Jia Li were raised by their mother, a single parent. All grown up and living separate lives, they each have their own families now. With their own daily life dramas to deal with, the siblings are not prepared for what they’re about to face when their mother announces she is getting married. How will their mother’s big decision affect their lives?
Cakap Melayu Lah! Is a comedy drama which base in a BM language school when Encik Daud who is struggling to pay his bills and became an unqualified BM teacher only because of his aunt got him the job through connections. It’s a comedy set in a school with students from different countries, full with cultural clash which they are all trying hard to learn to speak the language.
Before 30, WANG YONG FU is already a millionaire. He’s not good-looking, some might even think he’s ugly, but somehow girls flock to him. When people express their disbelief, he merely shrugs and says: “Of course, they’re attracted not to my looks but the money in my pocket. If they’re happy and I’m happy, why not?” But Yong Fu already has a steady girlfriend LUO MING LI, whose mediocre looks, figure, background, qualification leave much to be desired. He explains: “there are differences between a girlfriend and companion. A female companion helps to spice up my life, so she has to be hot; a girlfriend is a wife-to-be, so she has to be like a house dog – faithful, docile, obedient, and welcomes me home.” And Ming Li fits the role perfectly.
Zheng Nan is an orphan, raised and trained by a gang to become an assassin. One day, he decides this isn’t the life he wants and escapes from the gang members. Injured during his escape, he seeks shelter in a nearby village where he meets, Ke Min and her mother. While recovering, he hides his past from the family. However when his secret gets out, things take a turn for the worse, resulting in death.
People lie to conceal the truth to protect themselves. But sometimes, lies can snowball into bigger lies, which will eventually collapse and reveal the ugliness of the truth. In the story, some lie for the sake of money, some for lust, some for dignity, some for love. Unfortunately for whatever the reason, nothing can absolve the offense when the brutal truth emerges at that moment, especially the personal blame.
This series dramatizes the world of Private Investigations with an emphasis on the theme of lying. The three main investigators are embroiled in complicated cases strewn in a web of lies; and the three women, with their different field of expertise work together to bring light to their cases, instigating suspense, suspicion and confusion that will enthrall viewers.
Old married couple Zheng Wen (56 years old), and his wife Hong Yu Zhen, a well known “Dai Kam jie” (wedding chaperon) are blessed with two sons – Zheng Shen Feng (30 years old) and Zheng Qi Jian (21 years old). Together they run a shop that specializes in Chinese customary wedding gifts. Their eldest son Shen Feng Xiao has been married to high school sweetheart Xiao Na Na (30 years old) for many years whereas Yu Zhen’s youngest son Qi Jian is about to graduate from college. Everything seems perfect and Yu Zhen is proud of it, although gone are those days where a Dai Kam Jie must come from a prosperous family with three generations still living under one roof to signify her prosperity. Yu Zhen, who is a strong proponent of marriage, looks forward to be a grandmother and tries hard to persuade Na Na to quit her dance career to be a full-time mother and wife. With that, she plans a romantic getaway for the couple on Valentine’s Day, not knowing that her son’s marriage is facing problems...
Ghost buddies is a story of two opposites helping three ghosts fulfill their wishes. During this journey, numerous events will bring both humans and ghosts closer and eventually becoming… buddies.
"Paper Moon" tells the story of a poor kite maker, Chen Tian Song, who falls in love with Gao Shi Qin, the daughter of a wealthy family who is in line to inherit the family business. Their innocent and young love eventually evolves into infinite regret and a poignant love story. Many years later, suppressing his feelings of guilt, Tian Song expresses his painful longing for Shi Qin through the making of (WAU) kites, until that fateful meeting with Gao Man Hua.
Forget Me Not is a story about Lim Xue Ming (played by Remon Lim) who abandoned her two sons in order to live a better life. At 16, Xue Ming was raped by a gangster named Shao Bing. When she got pregnant, her conservative and proud parents forced her to marry Shao Bing to protect their family honour. Feeling ashamed and helpless, Xue Ming finally agreed and gave birth to her first son, Wei Yi (played by William San), followed by her second son, Wei Hao (played by Coby Chong), two years later...
Xu Wen Hui is a popular singer who was forced to take part in all sorts of singing competition by her adopted father. She is treated like a “money making machine”. She since became withdrawn and temperamental. By her own talents, Wen Hui became a very established singer. However, this did not last long. The press released a scandal of Wen Hui seeing a married man. This tarnished her reputation, leading to the eventual termination of her contract with the records company. Her father ran into a huge amount of debt from the saga, he forced Wen Hui to seek refuge at her biological mother, Su Xiao Xiao. Wen Hui was in tremendous shock and found it hard to accept the truth.
HOMECOMING is a series of intertwining stories about an ensemble of people on both sides of the Causeway as they head home to celebrate their Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner with their families. A road-trip movie, comedy and heartwarming family drama all rolled into one, the movie takes place over the course of one day – Chinese New Year’s Eve.
Rama, seorang penyelia kompeni penghantaran dan penyewaan kenderaan mencari driver yang sanggup menghantar sebuah keranda ke luar kota dengan cepat. Rama berhasil mendapatkan khidmat Ah Meng dan Bakri. Mereka perlu sampai ke destinasi keesokan pagi. Semasa dalam perjalanan, radio telah mati. Bagi menghilangkan kebosanan dan mengantuk, mereka bercerita kisah seram yang pernah mereka dengar.
The drama, which revolves around the lives of a group of local young deejays have one thing in common – they all had strange and unexplained experiences with the supernatural world. Goodnight DJ 2 contains 7 different stories; each of the stories will explore the mysterious world of the bizarre and the unknown.
WELCOME to the magical world of an adorable, imaginative little girl named Chloe, who embarks upon fantastical adventures during her dress-up play. Chloe’s adventures involve the audience and encourage viewers to celebrate how delightful it is to be a little kid and how exciting it is to explore preschool math skills.
So, get ready to turn on your imagination as you help Chloe open the closet door in her bedroom, put on a costume and embark upon a fabulously fun and fearless, anything-can-happen journey that makes perfect sense if you just make believe.
Ah Koo, Lee Yao, Fat Miao, Yi Yi and Ah Dong are a group of childhood friends who grew up together at the simple and beautiful Kuala Sepetang, Taiping. Charcoal kilns, the mangrove, rivers and traditional boat factories naturally become their playground. When bitter jealousy and deceit come into play in the charcoal kilns, families are torn apart; lovers driven into anger and confusion, and the innocent and killed whist moneyed greed rule the day...
Andy and Uncle Ming are adjusters for a T&P, an insurance adjusting company. They share a discipleship-friendship relationship, and had solved many cases together. On the other hand, Annie, an ex-policewoman, joins the team as an adjuster through Andy’s introduction after she was fired due to her work attitude. Annie’s ex-superior, Wilson has openly declared his love for Annie, and is always courting her in the hope to have her acceptance. What is not known to all is that Andy and Annie are actually a couple, and had kept it a secret all this while.
Sumo Mouse is a dynamic, action-adventure comedy where manga meets mirth in a super-heroic struggle, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance at least every other week. SUMO MOUSE pays homage to the classic superheroes of old, with a little contemporary fun, and always delivers dynamic, high-energy action-Sumo style.
Yama recalled an old story Uncle Herbie used to tell, supposedly a prophecy from the ancient scrolls, about a legendary o-icho crafted from hairs plucked from the heads of the mightiest Sumo Monks – a priceless ancient relic which, could only ever be donned by someone who was worthy and pure of heart. Yama tried it on and the second the wig touched his scalp his body transformed; shooting upwards and outwards as he became a massive, muscle-bound, mega-mouse – the mightiest mouse warrior in existence.
“CJ the DJ” is about a tween with a dream. DJ’s are this generation’s new pop stars, and owning a pair of turntables is now higher on a kid’s wish list than owning a guitar. But not every DJ is a millionaire superstar – some aren’t even old enough to get inside a club. Meet our thirteen year old CJ Jones!
Funky, funny, in-your-face CJ is a rebel with one simple cause – to play her music to the world. But right now, the fame and glamour of DJ stardom are a long way from CJ’s world. She has to start at the bottom, going through ups and downs. She also has to do battle with the bitter and twisted manager of the local record store / DJ agency, and his doofus sidekick – a wannabe DJ with no talent but all the right connections.
In earlier times and not very long ago, girls born to traditional Chinese families were deprived of privileges as the opportunities reserved for males. Sadly, most of them accepted their fate dutifully and submissively but Shi Qin, an opportunist lady had no choice but decided to take up the family palm oil business due to her father’s sickness. The story of an unconventional woman who is willing to scarify everything to protect the family business and seized control of her fate at all cost.
A glorious, delightful and touching romantic comedy that unveils the truths behind the year’s most anticipated celebrity wedding; ‘THE WEDDING GAME’ begins when Jack (Christopher Lee) publicly proposes to Vikki (Fann Wong) during the live telecast of a regional awards show, much to the delight of their fans and public with Vikki’s acceptance, who has been following their much publicised ‘romance’.
What the public doesn't know is that the entire love affair is an elaborate and meticulously planned by their ambitious managers to further the careers of the two stars. Just when everything is going as well as planned, an incident has triggered the fans and media to suspect the truthfulness of this love match. Will they succeed in fooling a nation, and become richer but not wiser?
"Rocky Santillan's (Jericho Rosales) father was a policeman who was murdered. His mother suffered from a fatal heart attack as she mourned her husband’s lifeless body on the beach. Margaret/Garie (Carmen Soo) was very happy to see her father, Ronaldo Dimaandal (Albert Martinez), again and was excited to spend time with both her mom & dad, but she awoke the next morning to find out he had gone again. Garie and her mom then went to live with a relative who didn’t too think much of her dad (Garie's Grandmother & Eunice's mother).
After 15 years, Rocky has become a PDEA Agent and has gone to Malaysia for an important assignment. While in Malaysia, he secretly leads an investigation into his father’s death, which remains unsolved though Rocky can still remember the face of the man who visited his dad before he was murdered (Garie’s dad). Meanwhile, Garie still yearns for her father. She still believes that her father left against his will and plans to go to the Philippines to look for him.
Lim was born in a very strict, traditional Chinese family. She ran away from home with her love, Zhang to Kuala Lumpur and believed that this is where her happiness belongs to. However, later she found out that Zhang is a guy who is addicted to gambling, prostitutions, and ended up selling Lim to the gangster as a dancer at a night club to pay off his debt.
Lim has lost everything when Zhang was arrested as a murderer. From that day, she decided to change her name, forget everything about her past and live off as a dancer. The stories tell the ups-and-downs she went through to become the top dancer of the club and the complex relationships within the community.
Ah Long Pte Ltd is a light-hearted black comedy about the triad world and the money-lending business. Instead of treating the subject of Ah Longs (money-lenders) seriously, the movie takes on a humorous and sarcastic treatment. It depicts how a young lady tries to restructure her money-lending triad into a professional and ‘loving’ triad that stands against the use of violence after she takes over from her triad leader who has retired. Her various restructuring plans (which are no doubt very creative) bring about hilarious results.
Trio & a bed is a programme brings in the concept of short, light drama with a fast pace to suit a five-minute airtime for each episode. The storyline will be around Mel, at twenty-one years old who reaches a lot of dilemmas that she has to face, making major decisions about her life, going though the complex course of career, romance and friendship has become the major part of the story. On top of that, the audience will be able to give guidance to Mel and help her to make up her own decision.
Tripping the Rift is a CGI science fiction comedy television series. It is based on two short animations published on the Internet by Chris Moeller and Chuck Austen. The universe is modeled largely after the Star Trek universe, with references to 'warp drive' and 'transporter' beam technology, occasional time travel, the Federation and the Vulcans. The series also includes elements borrowed from other sources such as Star Wars, 2001: A Space Odyssey and Battlestar Galactica.
Kopitiam is a long-running Malaysian situation comedy shown in 1998 with seven seasons. The show revolves around friends connected by the "Kopitiam", ala "Friends", but in a completely original Malaysian context.
Marie returned from England to inherit the Koptiam her father left her, met Stephen her childhood friend, was shocked into making kopi for the 2 stalwart supporters Uncle Chan & Kong while being a friend to Jo who fails in all his acting careers. Just a while later, Susan, a hoity toity lawyer from Singapore joins the crowd.