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Coming Attractions with Asian Film Archive


Guest: Kiu-wai Chu

A prescient tale from the 1970s of a government’s slow reaction to an urgent pandemic, a documentary of five female mine clearers risking everything on the job, and a glimpse of intimacy in Kuala Lumpur — these are just some of the films being screened at the Asian Film Archive under their latest programme, The (In)hospitable World. ⁠

Watch AFA’s Kay Wee in conversation with their guest curator Kiu-wai Chu on the modern impact of climate fiction — from mainstream titles like The Day After Tomorrow and Snowpiercer to the deluge of documentary and arthouse fare — and putting together the programme.

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The Asian Film Archive (AFA) is a charity that focuses on culturally important works by independent Asian filmmakers. It preserves Asia’s rich film heritage in a permanent collection and promotes a wider critical appreciation of Asia’s cinematic works through initiating programmes like screenings and talks.

More than just a repository of film and tape, AFA aspires to be a hub for the film community, contributing to culture, scholarship and industry.