Broadening people’s perception of the world through the stories we tell; igniting discussions and influencing people to question or do
Factual TV was created to facilitate the production of non-fiction television programmes as well as content for media. Factual TV‘s first story, commissioned by Red Communications, was a 2-hour special on former Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Mohamad Mahathir for The Biography Channel. Since then, there have been architects, chefs, designers, celebrities, fisherfolks, park rangers, indigenous hornbill guardians, police, scientists and many more.
In 2012, sibling Hon Sze joined the team to form Factual TV Sdn Bhd. Our clients include local production companies as well as foreign production and media agencies, broadcasters, and organisations. The company incorporation allowed us to provide foreign producers with production assistance in Malaysia.
Meanwhile, Factual TV provides digital skills, media training and experiential learning workshops; content services including research and feature writing (journalism), general writing and website crafting services, and related video production activities.
Together with GERIMIS, Factual TV is co-organising Hep Ka-Wot Enggang Le-Wei (Forests, Hornbills & Honey) Photography Exhibition by the Orang Asli of Belum-Temenggor Forest Complex, part of the Safeguarding the Central Forest Spine: Trees for the Future Project. Currently exhibiting until 15th January 2023 [extended to 28th February 2023], the exhibition is in collaboration with the Pulitzer Center, Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) and Improving Connectivity in the Central Forest Spine (IC-CFS). Choose Exhibition or the Project for more details.
Screening online for a limited time: two short documentaries, part of the Safeguarding the Central Forest Spine: Trees for the Future Project – Backyard Rainforests (Trailer) and Lak Wak Tu Neng (Tracking Love) (Trailer).