Fikri Jermadi attended the 2010 World Cup final without setting foot in Africa. ‘Match 64’ is an official account of what went on behind the scenes of… Read more “The Final – Match 64”
There’s a lot of documentaries on football referees out there, but Fikri Jermadi feels this one stands out from the rest. And it’s also short enough to… Read more “Peace and Balance – The Referee”
With such notoriety, Fikri Jermadi decides that it is timely to look at one of football’s most interesting documentaries in recent times. Since the World Cup is… Read more “Mad House – The Four Year Plan”
This week, Fikri and Muz recorded a very special episode recorded at the Chaktomuk Short Film Festival in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Finally, many months after aspiring to do so, I have completed the reviews of the three films that won at the Freedom Film Fest in 2012. I… Read more “That Bloody 1% – MCM: Utopia Milik Siapa”
Fikri, Muz and Ezzah run the rule ’47 Ronin’ and ‘Bumbung’, and delve into Ezzah’s nascent career as a filmmaker.
There is a certain musicality that is to be considered when it comes to documentaries. Not being in a position where you are able to create precisely… Read more “Rhythm and Hues – Once In A Lifetime”