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Ben and May

08.03.10
Criticine contributor. academic and critic Benjamin McKay died of a cardiac arrest on the 18th July. Much-loved by students and friends Benjamin will be sorely missed.

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07.01.10
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We've just posted an update to Criticine: Love Letters. Four new letters declare love to objects of desire from the Phillipines, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia. Then we have a wide-ran...
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01.28.10
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Criticine was founded in October 2005 by Alexis A. Tioseco and was "dedicated to pushing forth intelligent discourse on Southeast Asian cinema". ...
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Alexis links
To mark the anniversary of Alexis' death, Ben Slater searches the web for his writing. He finds blogs, journals, articles, essays, fragments and memories.


Continuities: Philippine cinema yesterday and today
Filipino filmmaker Raymond Red considers his work and Filipino cinema's history and future in an in-depth interview with Gaik Cheng Khoo.


You can never go home
To mark his tenth year in Singapore, Ben Slater presents seven fragments about nostalgia in the films of Royston Tan
MORE FEATURES / INTERVIEWS
A Conversation with John Torres
A Conversation with Ato Bautista
A Conversation with Sasithorn Ariyavicha pt.1
A Conversation with Pen-Ek Ratanaruang
A Conversation with Kong Rithdee
A Conversation with the Editors of Bioscope Magazine
A Conversation with Edwin
Only light and memory
A Conversation with Amir Muhammad
A Conversation with Faozan Rizal
A Conversation with Philip Cheah
A Conversation with Sasithorn Ariyavicha pt.2
Continuities: Philippine cinema yesterday and today
A Conversation with Apichatpong Weerasethakul
A Conversation with Lav Diaz
Words from that day
Plural Identities: Reinventions & Revisions in Malaysian Cinema
Why and for whom do you write/work today?
You can never go home
Why and for whom do you film today?
Journal Entry No.3: End Credits
Rethinking Cinemas of Asia: Preliminary Thoughts
Coming Out of the Film School Closet
Speech Acts - Censorship and Documentary Filmmaking in Singapore
Voices of Malaysian Cinema
Revolutions Happen Like Refrains in a Song*
The Trail of A Million Flowers
Love Letters
Journal Entry No.1: Anticipations of Light
Reimagining Moroland: A tale of accidental filmmaking
Art, Entertainment and Politics
Singapore GaGa Tours Singapore
Journal Entry No.2: Wherever You Prosper
Uruphong Raksasad: Self-sufficiency moviemaking
Whose Terror Is It Anyway?
Indonesian Cinema: A Year in Review
Gazing with Fresh Eyes
Mysterious Objects: On the early works of Apichatpong
Notes Made in the Dark
Monster!: I survive through other people's memories.
Cinema Regained: Classic Filipino Films in Rotterdam
The Face of Auntie Jen
Alexis links
Toward New Ways of Seeing Southeast Asian Cinema

The Last Communist
Amir Mummad, touted in Film Comment magazine as "the world's funniest Muslim filmmaker", delivers his latest essay film, "The Last Communist", on Chin Peng.
Country: Malaysia
   
Be With Me
Khoo Gaik Cheng samples Cannes favourite Eric Khoo's lastest, "Be With Me"
Country: Singapore
   
Singapore Dreaming
The HDB and beyond (or beyond the HDB): Vinita Ramani looks at the latest local film to have made noise in Singapore.
Country: Singapore
   
Mukhsin
In this extract from his article on the Malaysian director for the book Glimpses of Freedom, the late Benjamin McKay explores what makes Mukhsin so distinctively a Yasmin Ahmad film.
Country: Malaysia
   
Syndromes and A Century
Kong Rithdee describes Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Cinema of Impermanence.
Country: Thailand
   
 

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