Fikri welcomes Emily to the show to talk about ‘Whispers of Silence’ and some aspects of Burmese cinema.
The Haunting Draw of the West – Colonial Legacies in African 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.
Thoughts on Films – Episode 96: On Ang Lee and Hirokazu Koreeda (part 2)
Fikri and Thim Kian conclude their discourse on thoughts inspired by a discussion between Ang Lee and Hirokazu Koreeda.
Thoughts on Films – Episode 95: On Ang Lee and Hirokazu Koreeda (part 1)
Recorded in 2021, Fikri and Thim Kian sit down for a chat about a discussion between Ang Lee and Hirokazu Koreeda.
Exorcising Past Ghosts – The Significance of Roh’s Success at Festival Filem Malaysia ke-31
On the eve of Festival Filem Malaysia ke-32, Fikri Jermadi considers the importance of Emir Ezwan’s film winning the top award at last year’s edition.
The Axe and the Tree – The Boys Club
Fikri Jermadi discusses why Yihwen Chen’s latest film is surprisingly unsurprising.
Thoughts on Films – Episode 94: Let’s Talk About Penyalin Cahaya
Fikri and Nadia waxes lyrical about the Indonesian film, ‘Penyalin Cahaya’.
Thoughts on Films – Episode 93: Slinging Back into Cinemas
Fikri gets Muz back on mic the for the first time in a long time, as they discuss their thoughts on watching ‘Spiderman: No Way Home’ in cinemas.