Sebuah Teater adaptasi dari Kumpulan Puisi terbitan ITBM (Institut Terjemahan & Buku Malaysia) karya Raja Yusof Ariffin oleh Remy Eldhani.
Belum Selesai menghimpunkan 10 buah puisi pilihan peribadi Raja Yusof Ariffin dan kebanyakan puisi dalam naskhah ini pernah diterbitkan dalam majalah dan akhbar tempatan. Belum Selesai adalah lambang perjuangan dan pencarian dalam kehidupan penyair melambangkan perjuangan dan pencarian beliau sentiasa berterusan tidak akan selesai sehingga ke akhir hayatnya.
Selepas tiada seekor pun yang dapat,
ditangkap meski untuk hari ketujuhnya, nelayan,
itu pulang semula ke pantai dan kemudian,
menghadap laut sambil memikir.
“Barangkali masin laut belum mahu menerimaku”
Lalu dia pulang ke rumah dan berkira-kira untuk
menggarami pukat dan sampan secukupnya.
TEMPAT: #TempatKita, North Concourse, Ground Floor Quill City Mall KL
TARIKH: 15, 16 & 17 September 2017
**Parking lepas pukul 5ptg adalah PERCUMA.
Di Sokong Oleh:
QUILL CITY MALL
TIME FOR MALAYSIAN FILMMAKERS TO SHINE AT THE MALAYSIA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (MIFFest) SHORT FILM COMPETITION
KUALA LUMPUR, 4th September 2017 –The Malaysia International Film Festival Short Film Competition is calling for entries! This competition aims to encourage local independent filmmakers and aspiring young showcase their hidden talents through this international platform. In addition, it discovers and foster more potential talents for the local scene. Malaysia International Film Festival (MIFFest) and Malaysia Golden Global Awards (MGGA) provide an opportunity and international platform for local film cooperation to introduce Malaysian film and culture to the world.
SHORT FILM COMPETITION
For this time, the short film competition has set its as ‘Humanity: Hope & Despair’. ‘Humanity’ has 2 different faces which are ‘Hope’ and ‘Despair’. Hope is a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen. Despair is the feeling that life is without hope. Short film which brings out the value of humanity will be welcome by the competition. Different men have their own definition of humanity, the jury are hoping to see a distinct side of expressing the value of humanity. This competition is only open to all citizens in Malaysia. The aim of this competition is to educate, inspire and motivate the young generation in life through films on the theme of ‘Humanity’.
NEW CATEGORY AND VOTING SYSTEM
Public Award is a new category added by this year in short film competition. Apart from the juries, audience’s voice is also an important one on both sides of the aisle. This year, the winner of the award will not only be decided by the Jury, but also general public through an online voting system. The organiser will announces the TOP 10 short films which nominated by the juries and the public may vote their favourite short films within the TOP 10 on MIFFest and MGGA official Facebook page. The winner will be selected through public voting (30% weight) and Jury (70% weight).
REGISTRATION AND SUBMISSION
Entries are only acceptable through online application. Students receive submission waiver when entries accompanied by a legitimate student ID or official letter from the learning institution as proof of current student. Aside of that, filmmakers just need to pay only RM20 to submit entries. The submission of short film competition will run from 1st September 2017 till 3rd November 2017. The organiser only accept short films that no longer than 20 minutes.
The grand winner and the winner of Public Award will be announced on 15th January 2018. Winner will walk away with exciting prizes including RM 2,000 cash, film screening movie pass to MIFFest and a pair of VIP MGGA tickets worth RM1000. The winning films will be screened during 2nd Malaysia International Film Festival opening ceremony.
For more information and rules and regulation, kindly visit the official websites at www.mgga.com.my and www.miffest.com.my.
KUALA LUMPUR – The Japanese Film Festival returns for its 14th installment on 7 September – 1 October 2017 to serve up a slice of the best and boldest movies from Japan never before seen in Malaysia. Boasting a thrilling slate of box office favourites, trophy magnets, eye-opening documentaries, and highly anticipated manga adaptations, the country’s premiere showcase for new Japanese cinema promises a truly immersive cultural experience for audiences ‘ of all ages and tastes.
The month-long celebration will first make its rounds in the Klang Valley from _ the 7th to the 13th of September at GSC Mid Valley, GSC 1 Utama, GSC Pavilion KL, and GSC NU Sentral. Penang (GSC Gurney Plaza on 14-17 September) is the next city on the nationwide tour, followed by Kuching (GSC CityONE Megamall on 21-24 September) and finally Kota Kinabalu (GSC Suria Sabah on 29 September-2 October).
The revelry will be enhanced with a generous helping of star power, courtesy of matinée idol SAITOH Takumi who is set to present a special preview of blank 13 at GSC Pavilion KL on 5th September. The family drama sees the in-demand actor sit in the director’s chair for his first feature-length production as he depicts two brothers coming to terms with their absent father’s death. Takumi will also attend the opening ceremony later the same evening, with him back in front of the camera for a supporting role in curtain-raiser The Projects.
All films are presented in Japanese with English subtitles.
A complete listing of film synopses, showtimes, and general information is available at jfkl.org.my and gsc.com.my