We sit down for an interview with Hong Sungah, a Malaysian correspondent for Korean institutes KOFICE and KOFIC, for a chat about Malaysian cinema, how the Koreans are learning about it, and her role in this bigger picture.
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 enjoys this pleasant little film from Sinn Chun Hou.
Fikri Jermadi washes his hands, puts on his mask and dissects Gogularaajan’s Kuman Pictures Challenge winner.
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.
Adi Iskandar is stung by Cheng Thim Kian’s latest effort.