Adi Iskandar found food for thought through the ‘noise’ in Badrul Hisham Ismail’s latest film.
Ezzah Mahmud sat down in the present with this Korean documentary, and was taken down memory lane.
Roving documentarian Ross Harrison have made films all over the world, so we sat down with him to chat about his films, the state of documentaries and the importance of environmentalism.
‘Dare to Dream’ is a TV documentary produced by HBO of the farewell tour hosted for the golden generation of football players for US Women’s National TEAM… Read more “Coming True – Dare to Dream”
The Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival is one of the longest running festivals in Malaysia. As in, a proper festival of film screenings and stuff. Not the… Read more “Save The Films, Save The World – Yasmin Rasyid”
In a special article, Mr Hassan Muthalib takes a closer look at the godfather of Malaysian documentary films. After more than three decades of his passing, the… Read more “Tuan Zain, A Malaysian Visionary and a Principled Documentary Filmmaker”
Fikri Jermadi wonders how possible it is to talk about Tibet without being political, even in a film review. How pervasive is politics in our life? I… Read more “Political Football – The Forbidden Team”
In reviewing ‘Life of Ryan: Caretaker Manager’, Fikri Jermadi starts with an apology. I’m sorry, I can’t help myself. I should have exercised some restraint in this matter,… Read more “Puff Piece – Life of Ryan: Caretaker Manager”