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帖子发表于: 09-08-16 星期二 11:27 pm    发表主题: 马来导演怒还奖座抗议电影节 引用并回复

http://m.themalaymailonline.com/chinese/malaysia/article/20160808-mohd-noor-return-trophies

马来导演:我羞当马来人!怒还奖座抗议电影节
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Published: August 9, 2016

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莫哈末诺(右)将奖座还给卡米尔奥曼。- Choo Choy May摄-

(吉隆坡9日讯)马来导演莫哈末诺“讲到做到”,他不但退出大马电影节,还在昨日用垃圾袋装之前所获得的奖座,退还给有关当局,以抗议大马电影节以“国语”与“非国语”组别区分本地电影。

身穿T恤与牛仔裤莫哈末诺是昨晚在Platinum Sentral,与国家电影发展局及大马电影制片人协会进行两个小时的会谈后,依然执意退还他通过两部电影《Setem》与《Hikayat Merong Mahawangsa 》获得“最佳导演奖”的奖座给国家电影发展局总监拿督卡米尔奥曼。

莫哈末诺较后接受M中文网姐妹网站ProjekMMO的访问说,他至今还是无法释怀,那就是为何大家都是马来西亚人,为何电影节要以语言区分电影。

”我是马来人也要说,那就是马来人看起来害怕与其他种族竞争。我真的以马来人身份为羞耻。”

“为何要害怕健康的竞争?为何要区分我们与华人和印度人。在电影,最重要的语言就是电影本身的语言。”

出席有关会谈的代表还有大马电影制片人协会主席拿督尤索哈斯兰以及总执行长班查察兰。

据了解,卡米尔奥曼等人向莫哈末诺解释国语在本地电影的重要性,但是不获莫哈末诺的接受。

“他们都是胡说,都是政治。还有4年,我国就要成为先进国,但是我们的思维还是落后,我们必须落实开放制度。”

他声明,马来人持有的土著地位,不应该因为此地位而否决其他人更好的作品。

“这很重要,影响艺术创作者申请资金或其他援助。我觉得这些人(指筹备大马电影节的单位)是顾着自己,不是要拯救大马的电影业。”

马来西亚电影节将在9月1日至3日举行,不过今年的“最佳剧本”丶“最佳导演”和“最佳电影”奖出现国语和非国语组别,引起电影工作者包括马来同胞的争议,而莫哈末诺正是其中一人。

莫哈末诺早前已经发出警告,如果有关当局不取消语言区分制,他不会参加今年的电影节,也会退还所得的奖座。
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Film Directors’ Association official quits over language segregation issue

http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2016/08/09/film-directors-association-official-quits-over-language-segregation-issue/


PETALING JAYA: The assistant-general secretary of the Film Directors’ Association of Malaysia (FDAM)Hafiz Ibrahim has resigned in protest of the segregation of categories based on language for this year’s Malaysia Film Festival (FFM).

“I am steadfast with the view that all Malaysian Films should be contested without segmentation regardless of language at FFM,” said Hafiz in a statement posted on his Facebook page on Monday.

“I have formally informed the board of my intention and the status of my resignation is subject to the approval of the board,” he said.

Hafiz’s resignation comes after several prominent personalities voiced their disagreement over the decision to have separate categories for Bahasa Malaysia and non-Bahasa movies.

Local comedian and filmmaker Afdlin Shauki announced his decision to boycott FFM. Prominent banker Datuk Seri Nazir Razak and AirAsia Group CEO Tan Sri Tony Fernandes expressed their support for Afdlin’s decision.

Cinematographer Mohd Noor Kassim on Monday returned two FFM trophies that he won to the National Film Development Corporation Malaysia (Finas).

FDAM general secretary Datuk Abdul Rahim Awang said in a statement on Monday that the national language of Malaysia is the Malay language and therefore the national award should be awarded to Malay-language films.

He said there is no discrimination as non-Malay filmmakers can also compete for the Best Film award if they adhere to the language requirement.

Films such as OlaBola, Jagat and The Kid From The Big Apple were not nominated for Best Film, Best Screenplay and Best Director at FFM.

The popular films were instead nominated in the non-Bahasa Malaysia categories for Best Film, Best Screenplay and Best Director.
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Language segregation at film awards a ‘disgrace’, ‘Jagat’ director says

http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/language-segregation-at-film-awards-a-disgrace-jagat-director-says


KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 5 — The separation of the Best Picture award category at the Malaysia Film Festival (FFM) this year to Bahasa Malaysia and other languages is “immature” and a “disgrace” to the visual medium of films, the director of Jagat said.

Shanjhey Kumar Perumal — whose critically acclaimed Tamil-language movie about the difficult lives of Indians in Malaysia was nominated for Best Picture (Non-Bahasa Malaysia) in the national film awards ceremony — told local broadcaster Astro Awani that film comprised other facets of art like acting, cinematography and editing, besides language.

“When we use language as one of the main criteria to judge a film, I feel that it’s a disgrace to the visual medium,” Shanjhey said.

He pointed out that silent film The Artist won several Oscars, including Best Picture, at the US 84th Academy Awards in 2012.
The independent filmmaker also said when he went to India and to the New York Asian Film Festival, Jagat was considered a “Malaysian” film.

“But in our own homeland, our films are categorised according to language. So I feel that this is unnecessary and immature, in my opinion,” he said.

The nominations of Chiu Keng Guan’s Ola Bola and Jagat for the Best Picture (non-Bahasa Malaysia) category at the 28th FFM this year, instead of the main Best Picture category, had sparked public outrage. The Best Director and Best Screenplay categories similarly have non-Bahasa Malaysia versions.
Ola Bola was inspired by the multiracial Malaysian football team that qualified for the 1980 Moscow Olympics and was reportedly the fifth highest-grossing local movie in history, raking in RM15.85 million according to a New Straits Times April report.
The Malaysian Film Producers Association (PFM), however, defended the segregation of the award categories, saying it was to uphold the national language in local films.

National Film Development Corporation Malaysia (Finas) Director General Datuk Kamil Othman told Malay Mail Online that both Best Picture categories — Bahasa Malaysia and non-Bahasa Malaysia — were on equal footing, meaning there is no question of Ola Bola and Jagat being relegated to second best as claimed by critics.
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No difference in BM and non-BM Best Picture awards, Finas DG says
Source: The Malay Mail Online

http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/no-difference-in-bm-and-non-bm-best-picture-award-finas-dg-says


PETALING JAYA, Aug 5 — Malaysia Film Festival’s (FFM) decision to divide this year’s best picture award category according to language was made due to government’s push to promote the national language, National Film Development Corporation Malaysia (Finas) Director General Datuk Kamil Othman said today.

He said both Best Picture sub-categories — Bahasa Malaysia and Non-Bahasa Malaysia — in the national film awards ceremony were on equal footing, meaning there is no question of Ola Bola and Jagat being relegated to second best as claimed by critics.
“In principle we have to look at the fact that FFM has always been about films in the official language and the non-official language,” Kamil told Malay Mail Online.

“But generally the two categories of best films are judged based on how good the stories (are). They are only divided by the language only because it has always been about the (promotion of the) official language,” he said.

Citing the Academy Awards as an example, he said one of the main criteria for entries under its foreign language picture category is the use of native languages by contesting filmmakers.
“So it has nothing to do with one is better than the other,” Kamil said, referring to allegations that Ola Bola and Jagat had been disqualified from winning the best picture award because much of its scripts were of mixed languages.

Kamil explained that Finas had made it a policy for locally-made films to emphasise at least “70 per cent” Bahasa Malaysia usage in their scripts.

Local arts news website Daily Seni reported yesterday that both Chiu Keng Guan’s movie Ola Bola — inspired by the multiracial Malaysian football team that qualified for the 1980 Moscow Olympics — and Shanjhey Kumar Perumal’s Tamil-language film Jagat, were to be placed under the Non-Bahasa Malaysia category, which disqualifies them from the 28th FMM Best Picture contest.

Jagat is the debut work of Shanjhey depicting the harsh socio-economic conditions of the ethnic Indians in Malaysia. It garnered critical reviews and was also a box-office hit for 10 weeks in certain cinemas, grossing RM220,000.

According to the report, FFM and the Malaysian Film Producers Association led by SKOP Production chief Datuk Yusof Haslam made the decision due to use of mixed languages in both films.
Kamil said Finas, FFM and BFM Radio, judges for this year’s awards, are currently working on a way to remove the sub categories and award the best picture category to the best film regardless of the language.

“Maybe we can lower the 70 per cent. It all depends on how we work it out”.

But the Finas official admitted that it would be ideal if the ceremony only awards the best film category to the best picture regardless of language.

“But we have to take into account our official language policy,” he said.

The disqualification of the two films drew immediate condemn
ation from within the local art scene, according to Daily Seni.
The move had also prompted boycott calls by popular comedian and actor Afdlin Shauki, who said the sub-categorisation promoted more “segregation”.
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