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Big Durian
Amir Muhammad

2003, 75min, Malaysia
On October 18, 1987 a soldier ran amok with an M16 in the area of Chow Kit, Kuala Lumpur. His name was Private Adam. Due to circumstances particular to that time and place, his amok triggered a citywide panic and rumors of racial riots. Why did he do it? more
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22-28 April 2015
The Asian Film Archive is hosting the 19th SEAPAVAA Conference and General Assembly. The theme is “Advocate, Connect, Engage”, an increasingly important focus amongst archivists. It seeks to address a myriad of issues related to archives’ evolving relationships with their stakeholders, users and the community.

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Watching Our Future: Preserving Our Films Together
11 Sep 2014
Lee Foundation Lecture Theatre, NTU: WKWSCI
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