Pull up a seat and settle in for our free Film Program. With many sessions including a Q&A with directors, actors and scriptwriters, it’s your chance to meet the stars of Indonesia’s burgeoning film industry.
Free by registration.
Travel across the coast of Australia, Bali and Hawaii with Morning of the Earth. The classic film made in 1972 by Alby Falzon and David Elfick portrays surfers living in …Read more
Richard Oh’s death has left a sorrowful void in the literary community. We will remember him as a writer, director, and a great patron of Indonesian literature who, for more …Read more
Three couples with different ages, experiences, and relationship duration reveal their fears and dreams of living together in front of the camera. The director, Dorota Proba, approaches her protagonists with …Read more
Do you know the stories behind the food on your table? Before You Eat, written by Kasan Kurdi in 2022, highlights the struggles Indonesian crew members experience on foreign fishing …Read more
Invisible Hopes (2021) is the first Indonesian film reveals the real life of children born to inmate mothers who was forced to live and become victims trapped behind prison bars. …Read more
Experience young Balinese talent with incredible short films curated by Indonesia Raja. The collaborative program, initiated by Minikino, presents short films from several regions in Indonesia. The seven amazing short …Read more
Adapted from a chapter in the novel Jais Darga Namaku by Ahda Imran, Before, Now & Then (Nana) starring Happy Salma plays the main character, Nana. This film tells the …Read more
Follow the stories of personal challenges and cultural survival that run beneath the surface of Indonesia’s textile arts industry and into a world of rituals, ancestors, mythology and ecological wisdom …Read more
Enjoy four short stories from Indonesian women filmmakers. I Had a Dream, Monodialog, Robot Mom and Chintya tell stories about dreams, self-care, imagination and family in unique ways. Supported by …Read more
Known as the giver of life, many believe Jembrana to be the last forest in Bali and the source of water for the surrounding villagers. Unfortunately, it is now slowly …Read more