Amanda Nell Eu

1 Film in collection

Amanda, born 1985 in Kuala Lumpur, graduated from the London Film School with an MA in Filmmaking and is an alumna of Berlinale Talents and Locarno Filmmakers Academy. Her short film Lagi Senang Jaga Sekandang Lembu (It's Easier to Raise Cattle) premiered in competition at the Venice International Film Festival. The film has continued to travel and win awards in many other international festivals, including a Special Mention at the International Short Film Festival Clermont-Ferrand. Her next short film Vinegar Baths has also won several awards in festivals, including Best Picture at Scream Asia Horror shorts competition. In her work, Amanda explores the female body and identity within the cultural context of Southeast Asia. Tiger Stripes is her debut feature film.


2018 VINEGAR BATHS (short)
2017 LAGI SENANG JAGA SEKANDANG LEMBU – It's Easier to Raise Cattle (short)

Tiger Stripes (Flyer)

Tiger Stripes (2023)

Zaffan (12) struggles with puberty, discovering a terrifying secret about her physical self. Her failed attempts to conceal the inevitable lead her friends to find out who she really is, and they attack her. As Zaffan is further provoked by her own community, she soon learns that embracing her true self is the only answer to her freedom. More