Bradley Liew is a Malaysian-born Philippines-based filmmaker attached to Epicmedia Productions Inc (Philippines). In 2012, he was accepted into the Asian Film Academy of the Busan International Film (...) Festival where he won the Lumos Award for Outstanding Performance from celebrated Chinese filmmaker Jia Zhangke. He is also an alumnus of the NAFF Fantastic Film School, Berlinale Talents, Tokyo Talents, Locarno Filmmakers Academy, EAVE Ties That Bind and the Sam Spiegel International Film Lab. In 2016, he completed his first feature film, a Malaysian-Philippine coproduction entitled Singing in Graveyards, which was the recipient of the Visions Sud Est Production Support Fund, the Southeast Asian Film Lab’s Most Promising Project Award and the Talents Tokyo Next Masters Support Program International Promotion Fund. It made its world premiere in-competition at the Venice International Film Festival Critics’ Week. It went on to compete and screen in over 30 festivals such as Thessaloniki, Mostra Sao Paulo, Busan, Hawaii, Minsk, Singapore and won best film in both Kolkata and Malaysia. His second feature film, Motel Acacia, was at the 2018 Berlinale Co-Production Market, part of the 2017 Sam Spiegel International Film Lab, the 2016 EAVE Ties That Bind and the 2015 NAFF IT Project of the Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival. It made it’s world premiere in the Asian Futures Competition at the Tokyo International Film Festival 2019 and was the closing film of the Jogja Netpac Film Festival. The film is currently sold to North America and multiple territories in Southeast Asia. He is the Producer of Gerardo Calagui’s Those Long Haired Nights (IFF Rotterdam 2017), Lav Diaz’s anti-musical: Season Of The Devil (Berlinale Main Competition 2018) and his highly anticipated gangster film-noir When The Waves Are Gone (Philippines, France, Singapore, Denmark, Portugal coproduction). He is currently producing two coproductions with Vietnam: Pham Ngoc Lan’s debut feature Cu Li Never Cries (Vietnam, Philippines, France) and Truong Minh Quy's Viet and Nam (Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam).