This episode goes back to 2007, and the Three Colors of New Malaysian Cinema, a seminar on Malaysian cinema at the Busan International Film Festival. Recorded by Maz Irwan Azani, it featured the late Yasmin Ahmad, Ho Yuhang, James Lee, Liew Seng Tat and Wong Tuck Cheong.
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Coming to Malaysia – Sebastian Ng (part 2)
Last week, we sat down and had a chat with Sebastian Ng, an independent Malaysian filmmaker, about his experiences in studying filmmaking in the United States of… Read more “Coming to Malaysia – Sebastian Ng (part 2)”
Thoughts on Films – Episode 12: To Women With Love (part 2)
Fikri and Muz continue talking about women on screen, before getting into ‘Apricot’ by Ben Briand.
Jumping on the Bandwagon? – Cuak
I’ve always been a sucker for Malaysian films, although not wholly with a blind and unconditional kind of love. A selective sucker with standards, that is. But… Read more “Jumping on the Bandwagon? – Cuak”
Winds of Change? – Muallaf
Fikri Jermadi likes watching films as they premiere for the first time. Sort of… It is interesting to note that once again, a Yasmin Ahmad film will… Read more “Winds of Change? – Muallaf”