Film Screening: 5 Islands

26 Oct 2017 18:30 - 20:30
/ IDR 100,000
Blanco Renaissance Museum. Jl. Raya Penestanan (Google Maps)

The Indonesian archipelago consists of 17,500 islands of extraordinarily diverse environments, societies and cultures. Inspired by this diversity, the Goethe-Institut Indonesien invited young filmmakers from the University of Fine Arts Hamburg to immerse themselves in the life of five islands. Exploring the lives of fishers and shamans, the five documentaries are as diverse as the islands and filmmakers themselves.

This screening forms part of the Emerging Voices fundraising night, ‘Origins’, with a donation entry of IDR 100,000. Tickets can be purchased online and on the door.

Supported by the Goethe-Institut.

Kepulauan Indonesia terdiri dari 17.500 pulau dengan keragaman lingkungan, masyarakat, dan budaya. Terinspirasi oleh keragaman ini, Goethe-Institut Indonesien mengundang para pembuat film muda dari Universitas Fine Arts Hamburg untuk membenamkan diri mereka dalam kehidupan lima pulau Nusantara. Menjelajahi kehidupan nelayan dan cenayang, kelima dokumenter beragam seperti pulau dan pembuat film itu sendiri.

Pemutaran ini merupakan bagian dari malam penggalangan dana Emerging Voices, ‘Asal-usul’, dengan uang sumbangan sebesar Rp 100.000. Tiket dapat dibeli secara online dan di pintu masuk.

Didukung oleh Goethe-Institut.

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