Main Program: Family Footsteps



 
25 Oct 2018 15:45 - 17:00
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
Indus. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
4 DAY PASS 1 DAY PASS

Picasso’s father was an artist. Gandhi’s a politician. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, they say. Two award-winning filmmakers and two accomplished authors discuss the dynamic of children following in their parents’ footsteps. How is work ethic and creativity affected when parents and children share a passion and profession?

Ayah Picasso adalah seorang seniman. Ayah Gandhi adalah seorang politisi. Pepatah mengatakan, buah apel jatuh tak jauh dari pohonnya. Dua pembuat film pemenang penghargaan dan dua penulis ternama mendiskusikan peristiwa umum saat seorang anak memilih untuk mengikuti jejak orang tuanya. Bagaimana etos kerja dan kreativitas berperan jika orang tua dan anak-anaknya berbagi minat dan profesi yang sama?

Featuring

Hera Diani

Hera Diani is Co-founder and managing editor of feminist webmagazine Magdalene.co. She has 18 years of journalism experience and her writing has appeared in The Jakarta Post, Jakarta Globe, South …


Rain Chudori

Rain Chudori is writer, filmmaker, and Founder and curator of Comma Books, a publishing initiative under Penerbit KPG. Her books Monsoon Tiger And Other Stories and Imaginary City were published …


Leila S. Chudori

Leila S. Chudori has written short stories since a young age. Her second novel Laut Bercerita (The Sea Speaks His Name) has been adapted into a short film by Pritagita Arianegara, produced …


Kamila Andini

Kamila Andini’s first feature film The Mirror Never Lies screened at over 30 festivals globally, and received several awards. Her second feature Sekala Niskala (The Seen and Unseen) premiered at …



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