Main Program: Kamila Andini: The Seen and Unseen



 
26 Oct 2018 11:45 - 12:45
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Indus. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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Award-winning Indonesian director Kamila Andini’s debut feature, The Mirror Never Lies, follows the lives of Bajo ‘sea gypsies’ in South Sulawesi. Her second feature, Sekala Niskala (The Seen and Unseen), is a surreal meditation on this fundamental Balinese philosophy. Kamila reflects on the importance of bringing traditional Indonesian cultures to the big screen.

Sutradara film pemenang penghargaan Indonesia, Kamila Andini, The Mirror Never Lies, mengisahkan kehidupan suku Bajo yang dikenal sebagai ‘pengelana laut’ dari Sulawesi Selatan. Film keduanya, Sekala Niskala (The Seen and Unseen), adalah sebuah karya surealis di balik filosofi Bali. Kamila merefleksikan pentingnya mengusung kebudayaan tradisional ke layar lebar.

Featuring

Uphie Abdurrahman

Uphie Abdurrahman is a seasoned cultural programmer at the US Embassy Jakarta. He translates and interprets professionally, writes folk songs with his guitar and scribbles surrealist short stories. As an …


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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