With his latest film, ‘Pria’, released to critical acclaim, we sat down with filmmaker Yudho Aditya for the first part of an extensive chat on his filmmaking career thus far, his issues traversing different planes of identities, and his thoughts on how gay films could be better made.
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Real Film Criticism Cannot Be Taught – Hassan Muthalib
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.
In Two Worlds – Rizka Sutiarso
Indonesian filmmaker Rizka Sutiarso talks about her nascent filmmaking experience, the idea behind her film ‘Parallel Cities’, and the differences between Indonesian and Australian contexts of filmmaking.
Eastern Promises – Jasmine Suraya Chin
Our friends at CQ Magazine sat down with Jasmine Suraya Chin to discuss her burgeoning career thus far.
Green Sunset – Ross Harrison
Roving documentarian Ross Harrison have made films all over the world, so we sat down with him to chat about his films, the state of documentaries and the importance of environmentalism.
Eat, Drink, Lunch, Dinner – Aw See Wee
In an interview with Malaysian filmmaker Aw See Wee, we discuss the differences between Taiwanese and Malaysian cinema, why family can provide good inspiration and how breakfast should come before supper.
Jeremy’s Excellent Adventure – Jeremy Jecky
Intrigued by some of his films, we sat down and had a chat with Malaysian filmmaker Jeremy Jecky.
Sharing is Caring – TK Cheng
From zero to hero is a common saying for many, and while it may not literally and completely apply here, there’s value in saying it all the… Read more “Sharing is Caring – TK Cheng”