‘The Prodigal Son’ Sarawak tour heads on to Sibu, Bintulu, Miri

By Jude Toyat
judetoyat@theborneopost.com
@judetbpseeds

 

Film director of ‘The Prodigal Son’, Bjarne Wong holding a poster for the Sarawak tour program.

Film director of ‘The Prodigal Son’, Bjarne Wong holding a poster for the Sarawak tour program.

 

For those who have yet to catch Sarawakian director Bjarne Wong’s ‘The Prodigal Son’, a premier show will be held at Star Cineplex in Sibu on November 12, before heading on to Star Cineplex in Bintulu on November 13 for another premier show. Both shows will start at 7.30pm.

For those in Miri, do not miss the opportunity to get to know the cast during a meet-and-greet session to be held at Merdeka Mall, starting 7.30pm on November 14.

The final premier show will take place at Star Cineplex in Miri, starting 7.30pm on November 15.

“During the meet and greet session, we will have several exciting activities for the fans, including sharing sessions with the cast members, and games where we will be giving out lots of prizes,” said Wong. “Those who attend the meet-and-greet session will also be given a postcard to be signed by the cast members. This will be an exciting experience for the fans that they will never forget.”

‘The Prodigal Son Sarawak Tour’ programme organised by Malaysia Christian Youth Association began November 8 in Kuching at The Spring Shopping Centre followed by premier show on November 9.

A meet-and-greet and sharing session was held at Tanahmas Hotel in Sibu, at 7pm, followed by another at Wisma Sanyan on November 11, joined by special guest Soo Wincci who sang one of the theme songs from the movie.

 

Group photo of Wong (back, third left) and cast members of the movie. Also seen are representative from Malaysia Christian Youth Association Kelvin Tiong (back, left), and co-owners of Café Café restaurant Peter Tiong (back, second left) and Olivia Ling (back, fourth left).

Group photo of Wong (back, third left) and cast members of the movie. Also seen are representative from Malaysia Christian Youth Association Kelvin Tiong (back, left), and co-owners of Café Café restaurant Peter Tiong (back, second left) and Olivia Ling (back, fourth left).

 

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