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  Criticine 5
By: Alexis A. Tioseco

Why and for whom does Criticine exist today?

"My people speak disapprovingly of an outsider whose wailing drowned the grief of the owners of the corpse. One last word to the owners. It is because our own critics have been somewhat hesitant in taking control of our literary criticism (sometimes - letís face it - for the good reason that we will not do the hard work that should equip us) that the task has fallen to others, some of whom (again we must admit) have been excellent and sensitive. And yet most of what remains to be done can best be tackled by ourselves, the owners. If we fall back, can we complain that others are rushing forward? A man who does not lick his lips, can he blame the harmattan for drying them?"

- Chinua Achebe, from the paper Colonialist Criticism

[This issue is dedicated to Philip Cheah and the Singapore International Film Festival]

Features for this issue
  Coming Out of the Film School Closet
The Trail of A Million Flowers
Why and for whom do you write/work today?
Why and for whom do you film today?
Notes Made in the Dark
 
Interview for this issue
  A Conversation with Faozan Rizal
A Conversation with Sasithorn Ariyavicha pt.2
A Conversation with Edwin
   
Review for this issue
  Village People Radio Show
Syndromes and A Century
   
 
 

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