Ezzah Mahmud takes in Yihwen Chen’s documentary about Malaysia’s blind national footballers.
We sit down for an interview with Hong Sungah, a Malaysian correspondent for Korean institutes KOFICE and KOFIC, for a chat about Malaysian cinema, how the Koreans are learning about it, and her role in this bigger picture.
Fikri Jermadi tucks into the ways he was surprised by Samantha Tan’s directorial debut.
Fikri Jermadi considers how Adam Taufiq Suharto is breaking broken records in his own way.
With attention paid to him back home and abroad, Adi Iskandar checks in with Soon King Yaw’s film.
In the second and final part of our interview with Matt Jarman, we get deeper into his audio description work for films such as ‘Apocalypse Now’, ‘Terminator 2’ and ‘Parasite’.
Adi Iskandar gets going with Camilla Hall’s timely documentary.
The 66th episode features Fikri and Muz for another chat on Malaysian cinema, beginning with commiserations on the passing of animator Rosdi bin Othman, a key part… Read more “Thoughts on Films – Episode 66: Let’s Talk About The Masseuse”