19 May 2016
WEbePOP aims to change the local music scenemore
27 May 2016
PETALING JAYA: Independent filmmaker James Lee wants to make the first feature-length film made available for free on YouTube.
But here’s the catch, the film entitled Zombie KL 24hrs can only be materialised once he gets 5,000 supporters to vote for his latest film project via the webe community, Malaysia’s first fully-funded crowdbacking platform where Malaysians decide which projects get funded by webe. The deadline is June 11.
At the moment, Lee only has 786 supporters, and thus needs some 4,000 “points” before his project can be approved and RM200,000 channeled towards making the film.
“For a project to be approved, it must get 5,000 supporters within a stipulated time, and we are optimistic that Lee can meet the target,” said Choong, who with Lee, announced the film at Artisan Platform restaurant in Seksyen 13 here last Wednesday.
To vote, download the webe community app from the Appstore and Google Play, sign up and vote for his project.
Fans are advised to be quick, for Lee has to meet the deadline.
Zombie KL 24hrs indirectly talks about race relations, as seen through Kuala Lumpur folk reacting to a zombie attack.
read more here.
30 June 2016
webe hari ini telah mula membolehkan para pengguna P1 dan TM terpilih untuk mendaftar dan menggunakan pelan Webe bersama-sama peranti mereka.
19 May 2016
Malaysia is one of the rare Asian countries that produce English language songs, but with the influx of international artistes ruling the music indust