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Catch more in­de­pen­dent film screen­ings in KL When block­busters just won’t cut it any­more in 2018, head to the many in­de­pen­dent film screen­ings in KL. The cu­ra­tors behind Malaysia’s old­est run­ning film club Ke­lab Seni Filem Malaysia have widerang­ing taste, hav­ing screened In­done­sian an­thol­ogy ‘Cinta Se­ta­man’ and Brazil­ian-French art­house film ‘Jia Zhangke, A Guy from Fenyang’. If you’re a cinephile ea­ger to watch films by lo­cal in­die film­mak­ers, Cinephilia at The Zhong­shan Build­ing’s reg­u­lar screen­ing nights should be your go-to. More com­fort­able at a bar? Pisco’s movie night has screened films from Ro­ma­nia, Ar­gentina, France and more.

àKe­lab Seni Filem Malaysia (fb.com/ ke­lab­senifilem­malaysia). Cinephilia, Lot82C The Zhong­shan Build­ing, Jalan Rotan, Kam­pung At­tap, KL (fb.com/cinephilia.my). Pisco Bar 29 Jalan Me­sui, Bukit Bin­tang, KL (03 2142 2900/fb.com/pis­co­barkl).

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