This episode has plenty of the New Waves in their sights, as Fikri and Muz ruminate on movements in France, Japan, Iran, Germany and Romania.
Fikri, Muz and Ezzah run the rule ’47 Ronin’ and ‘Bumbung’, and delve into Ezzah’s nascent career as a filmmaker.
Fikri and Muz discuss Muz’s experience of the City of Love, and of (not) doing what they did in the movies, before jumping into ‘The Shining’ and ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’.
Fikri sat down with Diaz Hernawan and discussed his current and future career as a cinematographer, as well as the differences between Malaysian and Indonesian cinema.
This time, Muz, Fikri and Diaz sat down for a look at ‘One Day’, ‘Before Midnight’, and the cultural value of films in Malaysia, as inspired by an article written by Aidil Rusli.