2009
  • Films – 3 from France; attendance not taken
2010
  • Films – 3 from France, 2 from Japan, 2 from Malaysia (independent); attendance = 585
  • Filmmakers’ Competition – 6 entries – all from Sabah; 3 awards; judging and workshop by Malaysian filmmaker – awards to 3 Sabahan filmmakers
2011
  • Films – 2 from France, 3 from Japan, 1 from Malaysia (independent), 1 from Germany; attendance = 507
  • Filmmakers’ Competition – 27 entries – from Malaysia; 3 awards – won by Sabahans; judging and workshop by 2 Malaysian filmmakers
  • Sabah Film Forum – 5 presentations by 4 Malaysian and 1 UK film industry professionals – public discussion about viability of setting up a Sabah-based film industry
2012
  • Films – 2 from France, 1 from Germany and 2 from Japan; attendance = 475 (every night sold out)
  • Filmmakers’ Competition – 41 entries – Malaysia, including Germany, India and Finland – judging and workshop by 2 Malaysia film industry professionals; 3 awards – 2 won by Malaysians, 1 won by Finnish filmmaker
  • Sabah Film Forum – 5 workshops by Malaysian industry professionals; attendance = 79
  • Asian Director Spotlight – Malaysian premiere of a movie by a Filipino director; attendance = 100+
  • Malaysian Short Film Showcase – 21 submissions; 6 selected for screening; moderation by Malaysian film industry professional; attendance = 40+
2013
  • Films – 1 each from France, Japan, Germany, USA (2 screenings) and Romania; attendance = 620
  • Filmmakers’ Competition – 51 entries – all from Malaysia; judging and workshop by 2 Malaysian film professionals; 4 awards (including People’s Award) – 3 won by Sabahans
  • Sabah Film Forum – movies from Sarawak, Czech Republic, KL; 2 presentations by a Malaysian film industry professional; attendance = 273
  • Asian-Pacific Director Spotlight – Malaysian premiere of a documentary by a Sarawakian filmmaker
  • Malaysian Short Film Showcase – 13 entries ; 6 selected for screening; moderated by a Malaysian film industry professional
  • Sabah Film Academy – Mentors from Malaysia (4), Germany (1), Spain (1), Australia (1); 31 participants – 30 from Sabah; 1 Mentors’ Award won by a Sabahan
2014
  • Films – DOCS+ – feature-length films – 1 from Indonesia, 2 from Malaysia; shorts – 9 from Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Philippines and Myanmar; attendance = 273
  • Films – World Movies – 1 each from France, Germany, the USA, Romania and Japan; attendance = 450
  • Filmmakers’ Competition – 3 categories; 30 entries; judging and workshop by 1 Malaysian and 1 Malaysian-Australian film industry professional; 7 awards made – 3 won by Sabahans
  • Sabah Film Forum – 4 presentations by 1 Filipino, 1 German director and 1 Malaysia film industry professional; attendance = 339 (+ 200 for Reel Rock 8 – a climbing and adventure film event); screened 1 documentary by a Sabahan-based film company
  • Director’s Spotlight – Malaysian premiere of a documentary by a German director
  • Malaysian Short Film Showcase – 16 entries; none selected; featured a Malaysian filmmaker; moderated by a Malaysian filmmaker
  • Sabah Film Academy – 4 mentors from Germany, France, USA and Malaysia; 10 participants – all from Sabah; 2 Mentors’ Awards won by Sabahans
  • Sabah Pitching Forum – 2 trainers from Philippines and Germany; 1 tutor from Malaysia- Australia; 5 participants from Malaysia, 1 participant from Philippines; 3 panel members from Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia; 2 awards won by Sabahans
2015
  • Films – DOCS+ – 10 movies screened from Indonesia (3), Myanmar (1), Malaysia (3), Brunei (1) and Philippines (2); attendance = 279
  • Films – World Movies – 1 each from Germany, Brazil, Spain, Georgia, Romania, Argentina, Malaysia, France, Colombia and USA; attendance = 338
  • Filmmakers’ Competition – 3 categories; 35 entries (from the ASEAN region); judging and workshop done by 2 Malaysian filmmaking professionals; 8 awards made – 7 won by Malaysians, 4 by Sabahans), 1 by a Thai director
  • Sabah Film Forum – short films from NZ screened; presentations by 1 Malaysian, 1 New Zealander and 1 American; attendance = 44
  • Sabah Film Academy – 4 mentors from Germany, France, USA and Malaysia; 9 Malaysian participants (1 from West Malaysia); 2 Mentors’ Awards won by Sabahans
  • Sabah Pitching Training & Awards – 2 trainers from Philippines and France; 19 participants with 10 from Malaysia and others from Indonesia, Vietnam, Singapore, Cambodia, Myanmar and Philippines; 3 awards – 2 won by Sabahans, 1 won by an Indonesian
2016
  • Films – CINEBALU – 9 movies screened from Malaysia (6), Philippines (2), Myanmar (1); attendance = 328
  • Films – World Movies – from Spain, USA, Japan, France, Argentina, Sweden, Georgia, Germany and Brazil; attendance = 249
  • Filmmakers’ Competition – 3 categories (indigenous language, narrative and documentary); 26 entries (from the ASEAN region); judging and workshop done by 2 Malaysian filmmaking professionals; 10 awards made – 9 won by Malaysians, 1 by a director from Myanmar
  • Sabah Film Academy – 7 mentors from Germany, Spain, USA, Japan and Malaysia (3); 12 Malaysian participants (2 from West Malaysia); 2 Mentors’ Awards won by Sabahans
  • Sabah Pitching Training & Awards – 1 trainer from Philippines; 15 participants representing 12 new documentary film projects from Philippines (5), Myanmar (2), Singapore (1), Taiwan (1), Malaysia(6) ; 3 awards – 2 won by Filipino filmmakers, 1 by a Sabahan