Fikri Jermadi checks out this treat of a documentary from Shalahuddin Siregar.
Adi Iskandar believe that Joko Anwar’s film lives up to the hype, even when it doesn’t.
Adi Iskandar paints the bigger and smaller pictures in watching Hanung Bramantyo’s latest film.
Adi Iskandar reflects on a cinematic battle royale awaiting Indonesian audiences this coming Independence Day.
Fikri Jermadi peels back the layers of Gina S. Noer’s sensitive film on a sensitive issue.
Hot on the heels of an intense match between Persija Jakarta and Persib Bandung, Fikri Jermadi takes a closer look at a film chronicling fans of the latter.
Adi Iskandar strikes gold with the films of Luhki Herwanayogi.
This week, on the only Malay-languaged film podcast in the world (possibly), Muz is stuck somewhere in the Klang Valley (perhaps), so Fikri sat down with Diaz… Read more “Thoughts on Films – Episode 3: An Inner View with Diaz Hernawan”