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eBook Yasmin Ahmad's Films ePub

by Amir Muhammad

  • ISBN: 9834484518
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Amir Muhammad
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Matahari Books; 2 edition (May 1, 2010)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1617 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1737 kb
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Страна: США. Безопасный режим: выкл.

Yasmin ahmad's films by amir muhammad book launch. TEDxKL - Yasmin Ahmad - 6/3/09 - Продолжительность: 14:35 TEDx Talks Recommended for you. 14:35. Максим Галкин и Гарик Харламов в гостях у Ивана. Страна: США.

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Yasmin Ahmad left a vibrant legacy, and it is still strange to talk about her in the past tense. Amir Muhammad is a Malaysian writer, publisher and movie-maker. His films include the banned-in-Malaysia documentaries THE LAST COMMUNIST and VILLAGE PEOPLE RADIO SHOW.

Yasmin Ahmad left a vibrant legacy, and it is still strange to talk about her in the past tense. He set up Matahari Books in 2007 to publish non-fiction and film-related books.

Amir Muhammad (born 5 December 1972) is a Malaysian writer and independent filmmaker. He was born on 5 December 1972 in Kuala Lumpur to civil servant Muhammad Abdullah and housewife Asiah Kechik. He was educated at the University of East Anglia with. He was educated at the University of East Anglia with a degree in Law, though he never did his bar but rather worked in his sponsoring company's legal company for nine months.

Yasmin Ahmad's Films book.

Ho Yuhang, Yasmin Ahmad, Amir Muhammad & 14 altri, 2009. Chinese Eye. Yasmin Ahmad, 2004.

Amir's short film The Three is part of 15Malaysia (2009), an omnibus film that consists of 15 short films by 15 Malaysian filmmakers

Some of his films have been banned in Malaysia. A full retrospective of his work was screened at the Pesaro Film Festival in Italy in 2008. Amir's short film The Three is part of 15Malaysia (2009), an omnibus film that consists of 15 short films by 15 Malaysian filmmakers. Since 2007 he has been active as a publisher, which caused him to take a break from filmmaking. With Voyage to Terengganu (2016) he is back from his absence as a filmmaker.

Mukhsin was one of Ahmad’s most popular films in Malaysia perhaps because of its tale of the innocence of first love and its nostalgic depiction of youth

Mukhsin was one of Ahmad’s most popular films in Malaysia perhaps because of its tale of the innocence of first love and its nostalgic depiction of youth. Muallaf (The Convent, 2008). Muallaf is a poignant story of two Muslim sisters, Rohani and Rohana, that run away from home and find refuge in a small village where they befriend a Catholic school teacher.

Mohd Syafie Naswip, Sharifah Aryana, Salehuddin Abu Bakar, Yasmin Ahmad, Sharifah Aleya, Sharifah Amani

Mohd Syafie Naswip, Sharifah Aryana, Salehuddin Abu Bakar, Yasmin Ahmad, Sharifah Aleya, Sharifah Amani,.

Yasmin Ahmad left a vibrant legacy, and it is still strange to talk about her in the past tense. In order to deal with his grief, Amir Muhammad, fellow Malaysian filmmaker and friend, watched anew her six feature-length films (RABUN, SEPET, GUBRA, MUKHSIN, MUALLAF and TALENTIME), as well as several of her most popular commercials. Neither an obituary nor a conventional work of film criticism, this book was written just a month after her funeral and is Amir's personal look at the stories, but with quite a few tangents of his own. Chatty and informative, YASMIN AHMAD'S FILMS can be devoured not only by established fans but newcomers to her work. It is also a tribute to one of Malaysia's most amazing daughters. Includes 24 pages of color photographs. All the writer's royalties from the first edition will be donated to the Mercy - Yasmin Ahmad Fund for Children.