Huminodun is a TV one-hour historical drama set in the time when gods walked the land in Sabah. The film is the origin story of the Kadazandusun Harvest Festival known as Kaamatan. It tells the story of how Ponompuan, the daughter of the gods Kinoingan and Sumundu, was sacrificed to save the starving people of the land.
When Ponompuan’s brother Ponompulan turns the people against their creators, Kinoingan and Sumundu scourge the land. Ponompuan is heartbroken and endeavours to try to save them. She brings the people back to the worship of their gods and saves them from the famine, bringing the bounty of produce that Sabah currently enjoys. This comes at a terrible personal cost.
Huminodun has been made entirely in the Kadazan language as part of an effort to increase the usage of an endangered indigenous language.
Producer and Associate Director of Huminodun
Director and Writer of Huminodun
YBhg. Tan Sri Datuk Seri Panglima
Dr Herman James Luping
Executive Producer of Huminodun
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