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Yusof Haslam elected PFM deputy president

Producer/director Datuk Yusof Haslam was elected the new deputy president of Film Producers Association of Malaysia (PFM) at its 21st annual general assembly Saturday.


Horror movie gets new rating

The revised U rating given to her first horror flick, I>Pontianak Harum Sundal Malam,/Ihas made director Shuhaimi Baba 'the happiest director at this moment.'


‘Pontianak’ rakes in ‘RM2m in first two weeks

The bloodthirsty she-vampire, I>pontianak/I>, who has frightened Malaysians for generations through village folklore, books, movies and even a hit song by the late Ahmad Daud, is hovering again in the dark.


Horror flick wins three awards

Malaysian horror flick Pontianak Harum Sundal Malam did the country proud when it won three awards including Best Director at the Film Este Pona Fantasi Horor in Malaga, Spain.


Malaysia wins two film awards

Malaysia walked tall with two awards, including the Best Actress trophy for Maya Karin, at the end of the prestigious 49th Asia-Pacific Film Festival in Fukuoka, Friday night.


Reel training

ZIEMAN finds out there is much more to storytelling, scripting and filmmaking at the Master Class Screenplay programme, held in conjunction with the 50th Asia Pacific Film Festival.


5,000 treated to Pontianak movie preview

DiGi Telecommunications recently treated 5,000 customers to a sneak preview of I>Pontianak Harum Sundal Malam II,/Istarring Maya Karin, Rusdi Ramli, Rosyam Nor, Kavita Sidhu and Ida Nerina.


Bridge through the arts

It was a three-day cultural extravaganza in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei, when an entourage from Malaysia's Culture, Arts and Heritage Ministry visited the oil-rich country a week ago for its first stop in I>Titian Budaya/I- a cultural exchange programme between neighbouring countries.


Stop shows with too much skin, says Rais

No scantily dressed performers please! We are Malaysians.


An important struggle

Malaysia is now 49 years old and entering middle age, but much of the younger generation only have a pale picture of how we became independent. This may change with 1957, a Shuhaimi Baba film on the roles Tunku Abdul Rahman and Datuk Onn Jaafar played in Merdeka. It is slated for screening on our 50th anniversary next year, writes KEE HUA CHEE.