The Luang Prabang Film Festival LPFF finished up its eighth yearly occasion this week in the UNESCO World Heritage town of Luang Prabang, Laos, with the Audience Choice Award setting off to the Malaysian film, Redha. The Audience Choice Award was chosen by a 5-star internet rating framework, for which watchers could present their rating of a film following its screening. The current year's victor, Redha, takes after the tale of Alina and Razlan, who find that their exclusive child is extremely introverted and should go up against the cruel substances of bringing up a kid debilitated by a condition they barely think about. The movie was coordinated by Tunku Mona Riza, who went to the celebration for her screening and partook in a Q&A with the crowd and in addition an open talk on Muslim Voices in Southeast Asia.
The celebration, which has the mission of observing Southeast Asian film, kept running from Friday, 8 December to Wednesday, 13 December. Even though screening 32 include movies and four projects of short movies, LPFF put on four open dialogs and a few exhibitions. Official determinations are made by specialists and commentators from crosswise over Southeast Asia alluded to as "Movie Ambassadors," and speak to a precisely picked accumulation of what they accept to be the finest contemporary movies from their separate nations. By recognizing extraordinary keepers with inside comprehension of their locale's film scene, LPFF can deliver an exceptional program that guarantees in the incorporation of the most grounded voices from crosswise over Southeast Asia.