Nasi Lemak 2.0 comments on the state of affairs of any multi-racial, multi-cultural society in the modern age of global competition.
Writer/director Yasmin Ahmad crafted a shining look at friendship, family, and first love that speaks beyond cultural and geographic boundaries in Talentime. (on 5/14)
A film that touches on issues such as cultural differences, compromise, mutual acceptance, language barrier, old friendship and of course, family.
Join in the action-packed kung fu action involving Cantonese gangsters, casino bosses, brothel mamasans, Japanese ninjas, and a corrupt English policemen! (on 2/26)
Namewee, plays Te Sai, a deadbeat criminal and single dad, whose name broadly translates as "pig poop."
A review by Maria Ulfa Fauzy, Center for Religious and Cross-Cultural Studies at Universitas Gadjah Mada
Our final film of the spring semester will be a Director's Choice. (on 5/12)
Shot in Singapore, Aloha uses a Hawaiiana theme to tell the story of a young woman who falls into the clutches of a local gangster.
Flower in the Pocket is a strangely beautiful and funny ode to neglected human beings. It's a sonnet to people who have nothing and yet seek nothing.
A delicate individual drama, which improves itself by the level and subtle relation that reality digital filming makes possible.