Fikri and Muz consider what the new FINAS leadership may bring, COVID-19 guidelines (or not) for Malaysian, British and Indian filmmakers, and get excited (or not) about the release of the Snyder Cut.
Fikri Jermadi believes that new amendments made to the Wajib Tayang scheme may prove to be counter-productive.
Fikri Jermadi takes a closer look and considers the factors affecting Malaysia’s chances for the Academy Awards. With the conclusion of the Academy Awards not too long… Read more “A Pie In The Sky? – Assessing Malaysia’s Oscars Chances”
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”
This episode is a panel discussion on the film, ‘Vikingdom’. Moderated by Fikri, it features KRU Studios’ Norman Abdul Halim and Archie Nasution, as well as Roslen Hashim from Harian Metro.
Having talked about his experiences, Maz joins Muz and Fikri in discussing film news in Malaysia.
This special episode is a presentation by Norman Yusoff entitled Islamic Films: Philosophy, Value and Challenges, organised by Centre for International Islamic Culture (CiTRA) of Universiti Islam Antarabangsa (UIA).
An excerpt from an article written in the middle of 2012, this is Fikri Jermadi‘s take on the reception of Malaysian Chinese films at that time. The… Read more “A Spicier Life – Ruminations On Mainstream Malaysian Chinese Films”