Fikri and Ezzah finally get to a long-gestating episode on select films from the Fat Bidin COVID-19 Mini Docs competition.
Adi Iskandar logs on to see the tree from the forest of online film festivals.
Fikri Jermadi explains why a night of unease led to an avoidance of Tenet… for now.
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.
Originally published on Lens, Whitney Monaghan considers the global pandemic impact on creative industries in Australia.
Originally published on The Conversation, Sarah Atkinson and Helen W. Kennedy outlines the importance of virtual technology in post-COVID-19 filmmaking.
The 57th episode of Thoughts on Films sees Fikri and Ezzah get together to reflect on some contributions from their friends. This includes the two Muzzes, one… Read more “Thoughts on Films – Episode 57: The One with Two Muzzes”
Ezzah joins Fikri in discussing the impact of COVID-19 on Malaysian cinema.