Concluding her look at Shuhaimi Baba’s ‘Selubung’, Putri Tasnim Arif considers how it may be more Islamic than many thinks.
Our friends over at CQ Magazine sat down and had a chat with Indonesian filmmaker Winaldo Swastia at Monash College, Jakarta.
In the first of a two-parter, Putri Tasnim Mohd Arif takes a closer look ‘Selubung’ and its position in the context of Malaysia and its cinema in 1992.
Celebrating Jagat’s success at the 28th Malaysian Film Festival, Sheril A. Bustaman highlights the film’s importance in history. On Saturday 3rd September 2016, Jagat won the Best… Read more “Our Time Is Now – On the Significance of Jagat’s FFM Success”
Fikri Jermadi asks four writers about the Malaysian film writing scene.
Intrigued by some of his films, we sat down and had a chat with Malaysian filmmaker Jeremy Jecky.
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 ruminated on Korean films with a sated appetite. The title above could have been better thought out. After all, with search engines the heartbeat of… Read more “No Country For Old Man – The Admiral”