Festival Club @ Bar Luna: Boneca de Ataúro

28 Oct 2017 19:15 - 20:15
/ / Free
Bar Luna. Jl. Raya Ubud (Google Maps)

The first stop-motion film from the nation of Timor-Leste follows the story of rag doll Ataurina, who takes an adventurous journey across Ataúro island, 25km north of Dili. Featuring the handicrafts of Ataúro women and the Tetun dialect of the island, Boneca de Ataúro won Best Asian Short Film at the 4th Salamindanaw Asian Film Festival in the Philippines.

Film stop-motion pertama dari negara Timor Leste mengikuti kisah boneka kain Ataurina, yang melakukan perjalanan petualangan melintasi pulau Ataúro, 25km utara Dili. Dengan menampilkan kerajinan wanita Ataúro dan dialek Tetun di pulau ini, Boneca de Ataúro memenangkan Film Pendek Terbaik Asia di Festival Film Asia Salamindanaw ke-4 di Filipina.


David Palazón

David Palazón is an award-winning documentary photographer, filmmaker, designer and artist from Barcelona. Driven by a curious nature for exploration, his work is a continuous enquiry into the human condition. …

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