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Main Program | Nicholas Saputra: The Power of Film to Create Change

31 Oct 2020 10:00 - 11:00
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Indonesian actor and film producer Nicholas Saputra has been involved in conservation campaigns for many years. Semesta (Islands of Faith), the first feature documentary by his production company Tanakhir Films, tells the story of seven Indonesian environmental actors and is currently screening on Netflix. Join him for an in-depth discussion about the power of film and celebrity status to create positive change in Indonesia.

Aktor dan produser film Indonesia Nicholas Saputra telah terlibat dalam kampanye konservasi selama bertahun-tahun. Semesta, film dokumenter panjang pertama yang diproduksi oleh rumah produksinya Tanakhir Films, menceritakan kisah tujuh pegiat lingkungan Indonesia dan saat ini ditayangkan di Netflix. Bergabunglah dengannya untuk diskusi mendalam mengenai kekuatan film dan status selebriti dalam menciptakan perubahan positif di Indonesia.


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