Mak CK is a Malaysian film director, producer, and screenwriter. He is best known for his critically acclaimed films such as "Rabun" (2015), "Jagat" (2016), and "Interchange" (2017).
Mak CK was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in 1979. He initially pursued a career in engineering, but soon found his true passion was in filmmaking. After graduating from the National Film and Television School in the UK, he returned to Malaysia and began making short films.
His first feature-length film, "Rabun" (2015), was a critical success and won multiple awards, including Best Film at the Malaysian Film Festival. The film follows a young Malaysian boy who is struggling to make sense of his identity in a rapidly changing world.
His second feature-length film, "Jagat" (2016), was equally successful, and won the Gold Award at the Malaysian Film Festival. This film follows the story of a young boy from a rural village in Malaysia who is trying to make sense of his place in the world.
In 2017, Mak CK released his third feature-length film, "Interchange." The film follows a group of people who are mysteriously connected by an ancient artifact. The film won the Grand Prize at the Malaysian Film Festival and was critically acclaimed.
Mak CK has since established himself as a major force in the Malaysian film industry. His films have won numerous awards and have been screened at festivals around the world. He has also been the recipient of numerous honours, including the Malaysian National Film Award for Best Director.
Mak CK is committed to creating films that explore social issues and the human condition. His films are known for their unique visual style and heartfelt stories. He continues to work on new projects and is an inspiration to filmmakers around the world.