With the upcoming release of ‘Eye on the Ball’, Fikri Jermadi analyses Yihwen Chen’s previous films.
In an interview with Malaysian filmmaker Aw See Wee, we discuss the differences between Taiwanese and Malaysian cinema, why family can provide good inspiration and how breakfast should come before supper.
Fikri Jermadi measures the rising star of award-winning filmmaker Taufiq Kamal.
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”
A number of years ago, a film called ‘Muthal Naal Indru’ announced itself when it was selected as a finalist at the BMW Shorties. At a number of… Read more “The Other Side – Karthik Shamalan”
Not content with critically unpacking the films of others, Fikri and Muz take aim at their own films, ‘Kopi Dan Dia’ and ‘Following’.
Last week, we sat down and had a chat with Sebastian Ng, an independent Malaysian filmmaker, about his experiences in studying filmmaking in the United States of… Read more “Coming to Malaysia – Sebastian Ng (part 2)”