A still from Pontianak (1957), dir. B. N. Rao. Produced by Cathay-Keris. A few weeks back, I attended a lecture by Singaporean-Sarawakian artist-academic Adeline Kueh on cinematic imaginaries of the┬ápontianak, the famed succubus of Southeast Asian superstition; the talk was part of the Post-Museum‘s roster of programmes for their recent takeover of the Substation. The […]