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Published on Jul 7, 2011
Satay Satay (2009) is infused with the Malaysian spirit, reflecting it's diverse culture. This film is basically a one man team production by the creator Sen Wong who started from story developing, producing, directing till post-production and even voice acting in many roles through the film.
Satay Satay (2009) is a nostalgic look at childhood which portrays the greediness of human beings and their personal anxieties about love, family, expectations and the special gifts we are all given but do not always appreciate.
Synopsis: It is school holidays and the children are out playing in the Malaysian kampung. The bad tempered boy Ah Sen is spending the day with his elderly Ah Gong who is cutting down coconuts to try and please his grandson. Ah Sen is sick of coconuts, however, and things take a turn for the worst when his nagging for satay leads Ah Gong to walk into an accident. Ah Sens world is turned upside down, forcing him to consider losing a loved one he never appreciated.
Directed, Written and Animated by: Sen Wong Music by: Jimmy Ho Sound by: David Williams
List of Film Festivals: • Official Selection Victoria Film Festival 2010 (Victoria, Canada) • Won Best Animated Short Film Cannes Independent Film Festival (Cannes, France) • Official Selection 10th In The Bin Short Film Festival 2010 (Gold Coast, Australia) • Special Jury Awards Janison Short Sharp Film Festival 2010 (Coffs Harbour, Australia) • Finalist Australia Effects and Animation Festival 2010 (Sydney, Australia) • Official Selection Singapore Short Film Festival 2010 (Singapore) • Other Screening International Animation Day (Australia) • In Competition Canada International Film Festival (Vancouver, Canada) • Official Selection Shorts Film Festival (Adelaide, Australia)