A most historic day for Malaysia when the people managed to oust Barisan Nasional from the government after 61 years.
In a mish-mash of audio, video, graphics and chit chat, this live stage documentary sees journalists Ezra Zaid and Zan Azlee asking the question – are Malaysians being radicalised and why?
Indie filmmaker James Lee called me up and said that he wanted to have me on his talkshow ‘The James Lee Indie Talk Show’.
Big time Hollywood movie featuring Malaysian actor Pete Teo. Oh yeah… Scarlett Johansson is in it too.
The premise was to have me, as a Malaysian journalist, documentary filmmaker and writer, to travel around the country trying to understand what makes up the DNA of a Malaysian.
The Best & Worst Malaysian Films of 2016.
The Fat Bidin Film Club Ep 81 – Desolasi Yusof Haslam’s other son, Syafiq Yusof, directed this movie starring his other son, Syamsul Yusof. So is it any good? A […]
This is U-Wei Haji Saari’s latest film. It’s based on the novel Almayer’s Foley. It was pulled out of the cinemas way too early. Why?
A group of Burmese teens teamed up with several Kuala Lumpur teens to make films together under the watchful eye of Zan Azlee!
One of the year’s most highly anticipated film is out in the cinemas! Everyone says you need to keep an open mind when watching Dain Said’s Interchange. Why is that?
This 2016 Cannes Film Festival Official Selection film from Singapore is finally playing in Malaysia. And since Wan Hanafi Su is one of the main cast, we consider it a Malaysian film too!