Amy Lim

Producer | Editor
Amy co-founded a production company called Sunny Stories, producing a wide variety of videos for TV, web, and corporations. Dedicated to creating content that matters and entertain, Sunny Stories have worked with various organisations such as Fitness First, Nestle, Petronas MLNG, Microsoft Bing, Sime Darby and World Wildlife Fund (WWF).

Besides having edited serial programs for regional television networks, she is also one of the content producers for an ongoing business dialogue series, Industry Speaks, presented by the Economic Transformation Program, PEMANDU.

Filmography |
Most recently she edited and co-produced Closure (2013), which was screened at the Brussels International Short Film Festival. Before that, The Invigilator (2010), which she also edited and co-produced, was screened in six film festivals across various countries.

She also ventured into the unchartered path of trying to produce a crowdsourced film, Your Grandfather's Road (2009), by inviting the public to share their stories and ideas online which culminate into a road-movie reflecting today's young Malaysia. Despite being covered by an international news agency, the project remains in the form of a feature-length screenplay, yet to be completed due to fund shortage.

In 2011, she was selected as one of the fellows at the Asian Film Academy in Busan, South Korea.

Education |
She completed her MA in Creative & Cultural Entrepreneurship with Goldsmiths College (University of London) under the British Chevening Scholarship in 2011.

Her final year project, Happy When She Sings, was an online song collaboration experiment that explores creative audience participation and cross-media storytelling.

She also completed a graduate-level online course in Education for Development program, Constructing a Conceptual Framework for Social Action (2009) with the Foundation for the Application and Teaching of the Sciences (FUNDAEC, Colombia).

Constantly seeking to break new grounds, Amy is eager to relearn, reinvent, and reimagine in order to broaden her horizon in the field of creativity.

Originally from Borneo, she currently lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. You may email her at amy[at]

  • Work
    • Sunny Stories