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* Indonesian Film Festival 2019 *
Film lovers get along to the Indonesian Film Festival the largest celebration of Indonesian screen culture in Australia! Commemorating its 14th year anniversary in Australia the Indonesian Film Festival 2018 will be the most grandiose celebration of Indonesian Screen Culture held in Australia showcasing an eclectic range of art house cinema from a particular corner of the globe often known for its striking beauty and rich culture. First established in 2006, the Indonesian Film Festival (IFF) is the most prominent celebration of Indonesian cinema in Australia. Held annually in Melbourne, IFF is managed by a non-profit organisation, Indonesian Film Festival (IFF) Inc., which aims to promote the appreciation of Indonesian culture in Australia, as well as raising international awareness of the burgeoning Indonesian film culture. In addition, we are here as a part of campaign that promote inclusion and diversity in greater Melbourne. The 14th Indonesian Film Festival will be showcasing an electric range of commercial and art house cinema, from a particular corner of the globe often known for its striking beauty and rich culture. With this year's theme, An Enchantment of Authenticity, we have the objective of celebrating the originality of Indonesian culture and cinematography. We believe Indonesian cinematography has its own unique originality, which made each of the movie authentic. By coming this year's Indonesian Film Festival, we ensure you will be enchanted to this unforgettable experience. Be prepared to be under the spell of our Indonesian film screening. With the festival's diverse sets of events, the Indonesian Film Festival pledges to deliver a high amount of cultural, educational and entertainment values to all audience locally and internationally of all ages.
Indonesian Film Festival 2019Foxtrot Six When Indonesia was overtaken by a party PIRANAS, a chain of events bring an ex-marine Angga to his past Sari. The truth behind the citizen's suffering will be told... Keluarga Cemara After his house and all of his treasure are confiscated by the debt collector, thanks to his brother-in-law's debt, Abah is very determined to withstand all of this by staying temporarily in a house in a remote village in West Java. Night Bus A group of civilians shares a bus ride to Sampar, a town full of natural resources. It is heavily guarded by the state army who is fighting against the rebel militias who are seeking freedom over their homeland. Terbang: Menembus Langit Being Born to a simple family doesn't limit Onggy to dream big. He took a plunge and got out of Borneo to see the outside world and pursue his ambition... Ave Maryam Ambarawa 1998, Maryam (Maudy Koesnaedi), was assigned to help a nursing house where she had to take care 7 elder nuns who lived in an inhumane condition... Turah The residents of Kampung Tirang live in dilapidated shacks just to earn for their next meal. The hardworking and reliable Turah has been appointed by the cooperative leader to tend to complaints or settle conflicts that arise in the village...
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