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Celebrating quality Malaysian films

Writer: Ng Suzhen

The late Yasmin Ahmad's last instalment of her "Orked" trilogy – "Mukhsin" will be shown in The Gastro Project.

15 Apr – The Gastro Project will be having a special two-week festival of Malaysian award-winning films.

This collaboration with Zain & Co, will kick-start tomorrow night with the late Yasmin Ahmad's "Sepet" opening the event at 9pm. A total of 9 movies will be shown in the course of two weeks with several noted films being given special intros by directors/producers/screenwriters.

The schedule for the event is as below:

A schedule of the films shown throughout two weeks.

For Malaysian movie-lovers, the seats for these screenings are limited. To make sure you have a place in front of the screen, make early reservations by calling the restaurant. RM35++ will be charged for buffet refreshments.

The Gastro Project is movie-themed restaurant with its own indoor cinema. Screenings are made on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. It is located at No.25, Jalan 17/56, Petaling Jaya. The eatery is closed on Mondays and is open from 11am to 11pm from Tuesdays to Fridays and from 8am to 1am every Saturday and Sunday.

Cinema Online, 15 April 2013

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