Adi Iskandar is stung by Cheng Thim Kian’s latest effort.
We sit down for a chat with Norlim Ariffin, a Malaysian filmmaker based in Australia, on her film career thus far, the creation of Aussie Malaysian TV (AMTV), and why chocolates are essential to her work.
Adi Iskandar finds himself being angry after watching this documentary from Agnes Padan and Lawrence Jayaraj.
Adi Iskandar squeezes himself between all these films to find a gem of one.
Having gone through his filmography not too long ago, we sat down with Jef Samaroon to talk about the genesis of his filmmaking career, as well as the challenges he face in his academic one.
Elise Shick reflects on her experience in A Working Title film programming workshop, and considers the Malaysian context.
Leading up to the 2018 Freedom Film Fest, Fikri Jermadi took time out to watch Joyce Soo Wai-Xin’s short documentary about Ampang Park.
Adi Iskandar and Ezzah Mahmud attended the screening of Bebbra Charles Mailin’s film at the 2018 SeaShorts Film Festival, and shares their thoughts on the film.