Fikri Jermadi asks four writers about the Malaysian film writing scene.
Continuing the adventure, Fikri Jermadi concludes his write ups on selected films of KL 48 Hour Film Project 2015.
Having trawled through all the films made for the KL 48 Hour Film Project last year, Fikri Jermadi decided that it would be amiss not to at the very least offer a brief appraisal of selected films.
Continuing the conversation stream, Fikri Jermadi weighs in with his two cents on Netflix’s impact in Malaysia and Indonesia.
With Netflix now available in Malaysia, Ezzah Mahmud considers how it has affected her life in the United Kingdom, and what it could do for Malaysians.
Hassan Muthalib casts a more critical eye on an understated classic by M. Amin, and considers the undercurrents of film noir in classical Malay films.
Fikri Jermadi put his thinking hat on, crunched some numbers, and analysed the cold facts and figures of Malaysian films in 2015.
Fikri Jermadi believes that new amendments made to the Wajib Tayang scheme may prove to be counter-productive.