Sep
13

ART FOR GRABS Malaysia Day 2010

Posted by kenchill. Categories Art, Events, Flyers

Presented by The Annexe Gallery, with support from Central Market, admission is free!

Come and celebrate Malaysia Day with us at The Annexe Gallery as we present our seventh Art For Grabs, one of the most fun and popular bazaars in KL! More than 40 stalls selling artsy thingies + books + accessories + craftiness + DIY wizardry + DVDs + T-shirts + handmade dolls + omg cutesy whatevers… all for under RM100 each! Make a date with us now!!!

PROGRAMME
Admission to all events are free unless otherwise indicated.

Sat 18 Sat

12pm – Scenes from “120 MALAY MOVIES”
Amir Muhammad shows scenes of love, vice, horror and those that ran into censorship problems, from the films featured in his new book. Presented by Matahari Books.

2pm – UNSCIENTIFIC MALAYSIA BIG BANG ANNIVERSARY
Malaysia’s sexiest closet scientist and a bullshit private detective debunk Malaysian myths and legends. Presented by PopIN:PopOUT.

4pm – “SELEPAS TSUNAMI” by Anna Har

This video documentary surveys the impact and meaning of so-called reforms introduced in the aftermath of the 12th Malaysian general elections. Did the earth move? Presented by KOMAS.

6pm – “FILMS BY ROSS MCLAREN”
KL Experimental Films Fest presents a pre-festival showcase by Canadian Ross McLaren, whose films have mesmerised audiences the past 30 years.

Sun 19 Sep

12pm – “MENUJU PAS BARU” & “KITA KAN ORANG MALAYSIA” Double Book Launch by YB MUJAHID RAWA
PAS MP for Parit Buntar launches two new books: one about new developments within PAS, another about his experiences integrating the major ethnic groups of Malaysia through PAS.

2pm – “SHOW ME LOVE”
In a loser town in Sweden, two girls, the most popular in school and the loner, find they have something in common. But can their love for each other overcome their fear of others and of themselves? Film screening presented by Queer As Films.

4pm – FARISH NOOR: Two, Then Three, Then Four Colours – A Potted History of the Malaysian Flag

How did the Malaysian flag come about? Everyone’s favourite historian gives an account of how four colours came to be. Presented by OtherMalaysia.

6pm – EXPERIMENTAL SHORTS FROM CANADA & BEYOND
KL Experimental Films Fest presents a pre-festival showcase of experimental short films from Canada and around the world. Toronto’s Images Film Festival director introduces the films. Plus Q&A.

 


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