With her debut feature Motif, Nadiah Hamzah has been hailed as “one to watch” by The Hollywood Reporter. Her anti-bullying film for Save The Children, exploded online and has earned her a win at the Adfest, The One Show, and a Cannes Lion.
Nadiah Hamzah was born and raised in Penang, Malaysia. After a brief stint as a copywriter in McCann Erickson, she enrolled in film school and graduated with an MFA (Film & TV) from Tisch School of the Arts, NYU, training under the tutelage of some notable names in film, with one of them being Spike Lee.
Muhammad Bahir (Mo) is an alumni of the Berlinale Talents, part of the prestigious Berlin Film Festival and is a member of EAVE (European Audiovisual Producers Network).
His first feature, Fly By Night was premiered in Busan Film Festival in 2018, and Motif premiered at the Far East Film Festival 2019. Mo is focused on creating engaging content, for cinema, tv, as well as advertising, and is passionate about developing emerging talents.