Celebrating Jagat’s success at the 28th Malaysian Film Festival, Sheril A. Bustaman highlights the film’s importance in history. On Saturday 3rd September 2016, Jagat won the Best… Read more “Our Time Is Now – On the Significance of Jagat’s FFM Success”
With the cacophony surrounding the major categories at the 28th Malaysian Film Festival, Fikri Jermadi sifts past the noise to highlight some real gems of Malaysian shorts cinema.
Our friends at CQ Magazine sat down with Jasmine Suraya Chin to discuss her burgeoning career thus far.
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.
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.
Fikri Jermadi asks four writers about the Malaysian film writing scene.
Continuing the adventure, Fikri Jermadi concludes his write ups on selected films of KL 48 Hour Film Project 2015.
Having trawled through all the films made for the KL 48 Hour Film Project last year, Fikri Jermadi decided that it would be amiss not to at the very least offer a brief appraisal of selected films.