I must confess: I’m not exactly a huge fan. Sure, I enjoyed some of their albums (they released 14 in total since their formation in the 1980s) notably Soft Buletin, Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robot and At War With The Mystic. But the Lips are known for their elaborate live shows which have included video […]
One dominating corporation has been repeatedly put on the spotlight for displacing indigenous communities in Sarawak. Yet it is business as usual for IOI, even after the Kayan community won their class action suit against IOI, they have yet to receive any compensation and IOI continues to trespass and harvest oil palm on their land.
Our journey has come to an end.
23 August, 2009. The S-ploited completed filming, yahoo!
Finally!, we managed to interview Nizar, after cancelling on him twice. Yes, we cancelled on him. Ha Ha.
Day 5 at the Annexe, Central Market, secondly…
Day 4. Our schedule was pushed behind when it rained heavily in the morning.
The S-ploited started filming yesterday.
Woot woot! We have started our journey. The S-ploited and its crew, together with the other finalists (regarding JERIT and Memali) for FFF 2009, attended a crash course on film-making at KOMAS. May the best film win! Venue: KOMAS Date: 7 June 2009 Time: 10:00am – 2:30pm More here.
The historical perspective is here written by A. Kanesalingam. The question as to the use of force in the Tamils’ legitimate fight for their self-determination is again raised. Freedom fighters or “terrorists”? What now for the defeated Tamils in Sri Lanka? Has history been re-written by the might of the gun?
KLue’s monthly Popcorn & Soda is back! Some of you may have seen, and bought, the Bar Council’s DVD on the historic Walk For Justice which took place on 26 September 2007. It was a memorable occasion where about 2,000 lawyers decided to walk the talk and expressed their outrage over the VK Lingam video […]