Having dried himself from that afternoon rain, Fikri Jermadi gets to the rest of Nadiah Hamzah’s filmography.
Fikri Jermadi is quite excited about Tony Pietra Arjuna’s latest film.
Adi Iskandar reflects on a cinematic battle royale awaiting Indonesian audiences this coming Independence Day.
Fikri Jermadi trawls through the filmography of the man with many monikers, Jef Samaroon.
Adi Iskandar strikes gold with the films of Luhki Herwanayogi.
Adi Iskandar tries hard to keep up with the film factory that is TK Cheng by looking at his latest effort, ‘Baeu Baeu’.
Having discovered something interesting about the film recently, Adi Iskandar believes the time is right to share his thoughts on Leong Tuck Fai’s ‘I Love M.U.M.’.
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.