Concluding his discourse on Imran Sheik’s film, Hassan Muthalib thinks aloud on the road ahead for Malaysian filmmakers.
Continuing his discourse on ‘Daulat’, Hassan Muthalib discusses how Machiavellian ideals are played out in Imran Sheik’s film.
In the first of three parts, Hassan Muthalib contextualises Imran Sheik’s film in the Malaysian political film genre.
Our friends at CQ Magazine spent some time with Hassan Muthalib in March 2016, talking to the noted film guru about the art and scene of film writing in Malaysia.
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.
Sheril Bustaman gets the honour of our first ever full review for a short film, courtesy of the man that is Hassan Muthalib. When I go through… Read more “Good Gestalt – Come Hell or High Water”
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”
After much anticipation, Fikri Jermadi finally managed to sit back and uncork Hassan Muthalib’s ‘Malaysian Cinema In A Bottle’. After a very long journey that took a… Read more “Uncork It! – Malaysian Cinema In A Bottle”