Amir Muhammad

Amir Muhammad (* 5. Dezember 1972 in Kuala Lumpur; Malaysia) ist ein malaysischer Journalist und Filmemacher.

Nach einem Jura- und Filmstudium drehte Amir mehrere Filme und arbeitet zudem als Schriftsteller und Journalist. Seine Dokumentation über den Vorsitzenden der kommunistischen Partei Malayas (CPM) – Chin Peng – lief im Forum des Jungen Films im Rahmen der Internationalen Filmfestspiele 2006 in Berlin.

Filmografie

  • 2000: Lips to lips
  • 2003: The Big Durian
  • 2005: The Year of Living Vicariously
  • 2006: Lelaki komunis terakhir

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