We conclude our conversation with Jef Samaroon, taking in his more recent films such as ‘Washroom’, ‘Road to God’ and ‘Story Behind the Wall’.
Continuing on films shown at the 2018 Freedom Film Fest, Fikri Jermadi reflects on ‘SHE’ and ‘Counterfeit Kunkoo’,
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.
Fikri Jermadi gets round to looking at ‘Woman at Home’ and ‘Retouch’, screened at the 2018 Freedom Film Fest.
Fikri Jermadi puts his thinking cap on in rounding up a two-part look at the short films of the 2nd Kota Kinabalu Film and Video Association (KKFVA) Golden Wind Awards.
In the first of a two-parter, Fikri Jermadi trains his eyes on the finalists of the 2nd Kota Kinabalu Film and Video Association (KKFVA) Golden Winds Awards.
John Bradley and Shannon Faulkhead discuss how animated films can help with the celebration and maintenance of Indigenous Australian culture.
Fikri Jermadi trawls through the filmography of the man with many monikers, Jef Samaroon.