As reported by Malay Mail, Malaysian-born, London-based photographer and cinematographer Darius Shu recently made his co-directorial debut at the famous Tribeca Film Festival in New York.

Shu and co-director, Arron Blake, only used GBP 400 (RM 2,000) to shoot His Hands, a low budget short silent film.

Pic Credit: Dariusshu.com

“My aim was to prove that we could make something amazing and beautiful for the budget and resources that we have.”

-Shu told the Malay Mail

Ageism and loneliness are the central message in His Hands.

Screenshot via: IMDB

Shu is also known for his work on Pardaa (2017), Secret Child: The Bridge (2018), and Narcissus Revisited (2019).

This is not the first time His Hands has been highlighted.

Previously, His Hands premiered in Perth at it’s International Queer Film Festival, and even won awards in the UK at the Oniros Film Awards.

Pic Credit: Dariusshu.com

Source via:
1. Malay Mail, April 29, 2019 (
Malaysian co-directed, low-budget silent film makes debut in New York’s Tribeca Film Festival)
2. IMDB, Darius Shu

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