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By Benedikta Swasti Renaningtyas and Joshua Eka Pramudya
In this article, Joshua and Benedikta shares how artists in Southeast Asia have coped the pandemic
By Kerrine Goh
About Lewat Djam Malam Usmar Ismail's Lewat Djam Malam (After the Curfew) is a classic 1954 Indonesian film set in the aftermath of the revolution that brought an end to ...
There are lots of reasons for writing on Jogjakarta and its film culture: in Indonesian cinema history, Jogjakarta was listed as the second set-locations after Jakarta.
By Jerneja Rebernak
The following article is a review of the conference organised by the Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema (Netpac), held in Delhi from the 18-22 August 2010. In addition ...
By Jérémy Segay
The eighth edition of Jakarta International Film Festival was held from December 8 to 17. With more than 200 films on a dozen of screens, full house for most of ...
Interview with Ivana Petrikova and John Badalu By Gyora Gal Glupczynski