It’s been announced again and again not only by film creators, makers and writers but the audience who went to support these locally made films in the cinema that 2018 is truly the best year for Malaysian films.
Developed from a short film of the same name, director and writer, Quek Shio Chuan‘s Guang is a simple and elegant debut feature film about the tense yet loving relationship between brothers Wen Guang (Kyo Chen) and Didi (Ernest Chong) amidst living as working class citizens in Kuala Lumpur. This review is spoiler-free.
If libraries were the repository for bookworms, then Viddsee is the go-to for aspiring filmmakers from all around Asia.
The Singapore-based Asian short film portal and mobile cinema began as an initiative by filmmakers, Ho Jia Jian and Derek Tan who felt the need to share their works online but soon realised that there was too much clutter on platforms such as Youtube and Vimeo.