Sang Penari (The Dancer)

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Sang Penari (The Dancer) is a 2011 Indonesian film based on the trilogy of novels Ronggeng Dukuh Paruk by Ahmad Tohari and directed by Ifa Isfansyah. Starring Nyoman Oka Antara and Prisia Nasution, it tells the story of a young man and his friendship with his small village's new ronggeng.

Reulose Reinszenierungen des indonesischen Massenmords: "The Act of Killing"

Reulose Reinszenierungen des indonesischen Massenmords: Das Oscar-nominierte Dokumentarfilm-Epos "The Act of Killing" ist wie ein Mix aus Borat und Claude Lanzmann.

20.02.2014 | 18:24 | Von Christoph Huber (Die Presse)

THE ACT OF KILLING by Joshua Oppenheimer

THE ACT OF KILLING, the 2013 documentary about the political and criminal genocide in Indonesia of the 1960's and the ongoing unchecked abuses of power by government "thugs," has achieved international recognition. One of the most haunting films of the year, we discuss the filming, political and cultural factors of the genocide, impact and making of the film (featuring footage) with director Joshua Oppenheimer on this full length BYOD interview.


Sokola Rimba (2013)


GENRE Biopic, Drama
DIRECTOR Riri Riza | PRODUCER Mira Lesmana | WRITER Riri Riza | MUSIC Aksan Sjuman | CINEMATOGRAPHER Gunpar Nimpuno | EDITOR W. Ichwandiarno | STUDIO Miles Films | DISTRIBUTOR Visi Lintas | COUNTRY Indonesia | RUNNING TIME 92 minutes | RELEASE November 21, 2013 (ID)
STARRING Prisia Nasution, Nyungsang Bungo, Beindah, Nengkabau

Education is a right, not a privilege.
text by: karamelkinema

Setelah 15 Tahun (15 Years After)


GENRE Documentary
DIRECTOR Tino Saroengallo | WRITER Tino Saroengallo | STUDIO Bumi Kreasi Film | DISTRIBUTOR Jakarta Media Syndication | COUNTRY Indonesia | RELEASE DATE August 17, 2013 | RUNNING TIME 93 Minutes
STARRING Tora Soediro

Setelah 15 Tahun (15 Years After)

ALKINEMOKIYE by Dandhy Dwi Laksono

Documentary gives stage to miners’ struggle in Papua
Ika Krismantari, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Tue, 02/28/2012 12:46 PM

The voices of local workers in the world’s largest gold and copper mine controlled by the US-based mining giant Freeport McMoRan in Papua can be heard loud and clear in a new documentary that chronicles the biggest strike in the company’s history.