Fikri Jermadi brings his parang to the table to dissect Abdul Walid Ali’s feature film debut.
This episode is the final part of Fikri and Hassan Muthalib’s discussion of the Malayan Film Unit.
Adi Iskandar dives deeper into two short films by Lim Han Loong.
In part one of a two-parter, Fikri invites friend of the show, film historian Hassan Muthalib, to discuss the Malayan Film Unit.
Fikri Jermadi straps in for a contextual look at Aldo Swastia and Rahabi Mandra’s film.
Fikri welcomes Emily to the show to talk about ‘Whispers of Silence’ and some aspects of Burmese cinema.
Originally published on Africa is a Country, Delali Adogla-Bessa considers how African cinema can provide solace for its tortured relationship to the West.
Fikri and Thim Kian conclude their discourse on thoughts inspired by a discussion between Ang Lee and Hirokazu Koreeda.