University of Malaya theatre students to stage Dark Moon
LEMBAH PANTAI - The performing arts students will portray real-life situation of unfortunate characters with mental illness in the theatrical play called “Dark Moon”.
Public reaction to Vishwaroopam ban
PENANG - Kamal Haasan's controversial film 'Vishwaroopam' has been removed from local cinemas in Malaysia a day after its release following a directive from the home ministry. [VIDEO]
“The day that river ran red” by Shanjey Kumar Perumal
PARIT BUNTAR - 28 lives were lost in Parit Buntar, Perak on September 13, 1972. Filmmaker, Shanjey Kumar Perumal brings the tragedy to the screen.
Film makers allowed to carry out own censorship on movies
Local movie producers will be allowed to carry out their own censorship on movies or dramas that they produce said Home Ministry secretary-general Mahmood Adam.
Seramai 6,866 telah sertai program latihan perfileman
Seramai 6,866 peserta telah mengikuti program latihan perfileman membabitkan 239 aktiviti melalui pelaksanaan Dasar Perfileman Negara (DFN) dari tahun 2006 hingga Oktober 2011.
Pay TV services can develop film local industry
The growth of pay television services in Malaysia will open up business opportunities for the local film industry, said Deputy Information, Communications and Culture Minister Joseph Salang.
MMU offers bachelor’s degree in cinematic arts
MMU will be offering a Bachelor of Cinematic Arts (CAP) programme at its newest campus in EduCity Iskandar Malaysia by 2014 in a bid to boost the country's creative industry.
Suatu Malam Kubur Berasap – The Movie
The upcoming blockbuster, Suatu Malam Kubur Berasap is a Malay horror comedy film that has a star-studded cast of actors and actresses that make the movie look extremely promising.
Malaysia film “Bunohan” wins NETPAC award
Malaysian action-drama Bunohan, which has already been making waves on the international scene, received the NETPAC Award at the 2011 Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival.
Tamil superstar Rajinikanth to act in India’s first 3D film
On a hiatus following his illness, Tamil superstar Rajinikanth will now act in India's first three dimensional (3D) film 'Kochadaiyaan', directed by his younger daughter.
Rais: Industri perfileman Malaysia bakal berkembang
Industri perfileman negara akan melangkah setapak lagi dengan siapnya Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios di Johor tahun depan, kata Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim.
Malaysian Shorts series: The Invigilator
The Invigilator, directed by Manesh Nesaratnam, is a story about two high-school teachers and their aspirations in the teaching profession.
Penggiat seni digesa hasil karya lebih kreatif
Timbalan Perdana Menteri Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin menggesa para penggiat industri filem tempatan supaya menghasilkan karya-karya yang lebih kreatif.
MISA and SAE to boost Indian students interest in arts
MISA and SAE will be working on to cultivate interest in music and film industry among the Indian students by organizing roadshows and career talks around the country.
P.Ramlee’s first school renamed to honour icon
A relative of Tan Sri P.Ramlee expressed pride that the late entertainer extraordinaire's first school, S.K Kampung Jawa, was renamed S.K Tan Sri P.Ramlee.
D’Cruz: Tambahlah tayangan drama Tamil
Stesen televisyen swasta diseru agar membuka pintu kepada lebih banyak syarikat penerbitan Tamil tempatan bagi memberi pendedahan kepada bakat mereka.
‘On Borrowed Time’ wins best film award
On Borrowed Time, a documentary highlighting the poaching crisis in the Belum-Temengor Forest Complex, has won the top prize at Malaysia’s Eco Film Festival.
Fire at GSC Mid Valley closes cinemas until further notice
The Fire Department has just finished their initial investigation and pending their official report, the GSC Mid Valley will be closed until further notice.
Penduduk Bandar Seri Iskandar bantah pembinaan panggung wayang
“Hiburan dan kemajuan adaah dua perkara yang berbeza. Adakah apabila wujud panggung wayang barulah kita akan menjadi maju. Ini adalah pemikiran barat yang mahu merosakkan umat Islam," tambah Ustaz Abid lagi.
Refer to religious experts, JAKIM tells horror film producers
Jakim yesterday called on film producers to appoint or refer to religious experts in their productions for fear that the films would deviate from the teachings of Islam.