An official selection at the 4th Malaysian International Film Festival, this film tells the story of a single mother raising a daughter who doesn’t have the same skin colour as her.
We list out our best and worst of 2020 and also what we hope for in 2021 (and a little bit of membawang about Janna Nick! Haha!).
The recent Freedom Film Fest 2020 just took place and we talk about social conscious films as well as review our four favourite films from the festival.
Khairil M Bahar’s film isn’t really about skateboarding. It’s more about a man who is trying to balance life.
This experimental film by Ridhwan Saidi is currently in competition at the Singapore International Film Festival.
One of the grandest films to come out of Malaysia, this 2004 movie has been remastered and rereleased on Netflix.
Bikin filem is a film about making a film. The film they were making in the film is probably a better film than the actual film.
Could Mael Totey be one of the best Malaysian films this year? Maybe!
Arus Merah is a thriller starring Aeril Zafril and, it is also his directorial debut.
Anyone can critic films and they can critic however they want. Local film directors should just stop being butt hurt!
This is the first Malay Netflix Original film. Directed by Adrian Teh and written (and starring) by Hairul Azreen.