After 4 days of screening, Dukun has managed to gather RM6.2 million in ticket sales. It seems like 12 years* of waiting paid off. But how does Dukun really hold up as a film?
Chiu Keng Guan is set to release a film with such colour and vibrancy on 15 February. Based on what we know, Chiu aims to continue his trademark of creating inspiring movies with family values!
The Pontianak comes from a place of abuse, dying when she carries life inside her, and she finds strength out of it. She is raw, primal, carnal and sexual, and she is beautiful and has luscious, long black hair. She will seduce you, draw you in and you will feel her wrath. The two teenage girls in my film are both Pontianaks in their own ways. Every woman is a Pontianak in her own way. -Amanda Eu
Lagi Senang Jaga Sekandang Lembu is a short film that tells the story of two teenage outcasts who form an uncanny friendship in their remote village. As the girls discover each other’s clandestine aspects, she observes the changes in her new friend to the point of violence, [...]
You Mean the World to Me is an upcoming film that already draws you in with its beautiful cinematography, but keeps making you fall further in love with at almost every turn. The film is spoken almost entirely in Penang Hokkien, but bear no mistake – there is no linguistic barrier to separate how profound and breathtaking Saw Teong Hin’s film really is.