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.
Fikri Jermadi made the mistake of going into the rabbit hole that is the films of Chan Teik Quan.
Fikri Jermadi is excited about Yudho Aditya’s ‘Pria’. This is why.
In assuaging his guilt, Fikri Jermadi finds silver linings in ‘The Messenger’.
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.
The second and final part of a most comprehensive interview, Minji Kang dives deep in her other short films, discusses ‘The Loyalist’ in great detail, and reveals her future plans.
In the first of a two-part inner view, Minji Kang speaks about the importance of family and home, the impact of music in her personal and professional life, and discusses the making of her film, ‘Requiem for Herstory’.
With the SeaShorts Film Festival coming up next weekend, we thought it would be good to sit down and have a chat with the Festival Manager, Sheryl Chong, to see why we should get down with what’s up.