Late Yasmin Ahmad's 'Mukhsin' screened at Tokyo Film Festival after digital restoration

Sisters Sharifah Aleya dan Sharifah Aryana in a scene from the 2006 film 'Mukhsin'. Photo: Filepic

Digitally restored Yasmin Ahmad’s film Mukhsin was screened on Oct 31 and Nov 2 at the 33rd Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF). It will have one more screening on Nov 5.

The film, which made its world premiere at the festival in 2006, was digitally restored in 4K by the Japan Foundation Asia Centre (JFAC) under the supervision of the film’s cinematographer Low Soon Keong. Primeworks Distribution and Imagica Lab in Japan were also involved in making this happen.

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