Finding it difficult to put ‘Your Name’ into words, Adi Iskandar decides to just tap the keyboard and hope for the best.
Fikri Jermadi finally puts to paper (or words on screen) his thoughts on the films of Putri Purnama Sugua, one of Malaysian short cinema rising stars.
Concluding a series of enlightening interviews, Elise Shick finds out more about how Thai filmmaker Anocha Suwichakornpong got into filmmaking, what she had to sacrifice in order to do so, and what the 3rd Young Filmmakers Workshop mentoring experience is like.
Fikri Jermadi saw Joko Anwar’s latest flick between his fingers, then tapped his fingers on the keyboard to write this review.
In the penultimate of a series of interviews, Elise Shick talks to Sidi Salleh about his formative filmmaking experience, his involvement with the 3rd Young Filmmakers Workshop as a mentor, and how he got involved with his fellow Indonesian filmmaker, Edwin.
Paul Salmond considers the everlasting connection between Greek mythology and American cinema.
We were intrigued by the idea of a film about dragon dance, so Fikri Jermadi had a chat with Wong Shang Shen, the co-director and editor of ‘Dancers in the Dark’.
Fikri Jermadi considers the short film scene in Malaysia, and sees a brighter future than ever before.