Fikri and Ezzah finally get to a long-gestating episode on select films from the Fat Bidin COVID-19 Mini Docs competition.
Fikri and Ezzah talk about Roh as the Malaysian Oscar submission, Puteri Gunung Ledang on Netflix and the controversies of The Story of Southern Islet and Babi.
Malaysian filmmaker Cheng Thim Kian drops by for a chat about his films, BEE, My Friend and When the Crickets Sound.
Fikri and Muz get together to discuss Emir Ezwan’s feature film debut.
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”
Fikri and Muz consider what the new FINAS leadership may bring, COVID-19 guidelines (or not) for Malaysian, British and Indian filmmakers, and get excited (or not) about the release of the Snyder Cut.
This episode is a special interview with Anwar Johari Ho, the director of ‘Forget Me Not’.
This episode sees Hafiz Rahman, a keen film fan, sit down with Fikri for a stroll down the killer memory lane that is ‘Memories of Murder’.