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Monthly archive February, 2012
Invest in human relationships, says Japanese producer,Takenori Sentou: A glimpse into the two-day seminar by Tan Song Yeow.

Invest in human relationships, says Japanese producer,Takenori Sentou: A glimpse into the two-day seminar by Tan Song Yeow.

    Acclaimed Japanese producer of over 60 film productions, Takenori Sentou has worked for over 20 years in the film industry. He has contributed extensively to the surge of Japanese film to an international audience. Among the films credited to his name include Ringu (1998), Eureka (2000), Boy’s Choir (2000), Otogiriso (2001), Thank You...
An Ode to Davies' Liverpool: Of Time And The City - A review by Khusoiry Misuary.

An Ode to Davies’ Liverpool: Of Time And The City – A review by Khusoiry Misuary.

How do you take a portrait of a City? Can you snap a few photos of its monumental architecture:  its market halls, strip malls, statuary, public landmarks and promenades?   Is a snapshot in front of the Esplanade building closer to capturing the feeling of a city then a dead pest on road tar or the...
Sepet: A Fresh Take on Malaysian films. A review by Endra Jamil

Sepet: A Fresh Take on Malaysian films. A review by Endra Jamil

Yasmin Ahmad teeters precariously on the tightrope between rejecting the standards of societal norms of her culture and adhering to her artistic vision of being a director who bends and meanders through the dogmatic and prototypical standards established by her stifled and oppressed society. This artistic vision is encapsulated through the distorted depiction of the...