Usually Ezzah Mahmud is quite demure, but here she figuratively loses her mind over ‘Green Room’.
Fikri Jermadi ruminated on Korean films with a sated appetite. The title above could have been better thought out. After all, with search engines the heartbeat of… Read more “No Country For Old Man – The Admiral”
Adi Iskandar takes over the wheel without killing someone. Is it possible for us to write a review of a film without once referring to gender identities?… Read more “A Song of Innocence – The Man from Nowhere”
With the recent release of ‘Jagat’, Hassan Muthalib considers its position within current film canons. The cinema screen is like a window, through which we spy upon… Read more “Of Faces, Mirrors and Landscapes – Jagat”
Fikri Jermadi is back to wrap up his thoughts on the BMW Shorties finalists for 2015. From ‘Fish’ to a film about a fish. ‘Return’, a one-man… Read more “The Final Four + One – BMW Shorties 2015 Part 2”
Fikri Jermadi finally made some time in schedule to watch some short films, and he wasn’t disappointed. The BMW Shorties have grown from a small acorn… Read more “And Then There Were Nine – BMW Shorties 2015 Part 1”
Adi Iskandar considers the politics behind sassy girls and sex. The journey this site undertakes in better understanding Korean films continues with ‘My Love, My Bride’. As you… Read more “My Gender, My Sexuality – My Love, My Bride”
Mr Hassan Muthalib trains his trained eyes on perennial film trainer Yasu Tanaka’s directorial feature debut in this longread article. “Heav’n has no rage like love to… Read more “Human Nature, Red Herrings and the Terrible Mother – Nota”