Fikri Jermadi puts on his hood, and gets back to the not-so-gritty underworld of Kuala Lumpur.
Fikri Jermadi takes a walk down memory lane, drenched by Nadiah Hamzah’s afternoon rain.
Adi Iskandar squeezes himself between all these films to find a gem of one.
Adi Iskandar peels back the layers in Victor Chen Yee Fei’s ode to his father.
Fikri Jermadi gets lost in the mini masterpiece by Tony Pietra Arjuna.
Adi Iskandar paints the bigger and smaller pictures in watching Hanung Bramantyo’s latest film.
Having seen Amir Muhammad’s latest film, Hassan Muthalib shares his thoughts about the documentary on the legendary Malaysian filmmaker.
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