Saturday, 23 February 2019
Indonesia International Competition | Interested in Indonesian culture? Do you have a passion to participate in filmmaking industry? Calling all short filmmakers — Indonesian Film Festival’s Short Film Competition is back in 2014 to open up opportunities for every film enthusiast!
This Short Film Competition aims to promote our culture by inviting filmmakers across the world, regardless of your experience in creating short film related to Indonesia. Three short independent films will be selected to be screened during our festival. This competition will help in cultivating the movie industry in Indonesia and promoting Indonesia’s unique culture globally.
Through the theme of “Discover Indonesia“, Indonesian Film Festival’s Short Film Competition is your chance to have your work on the big screen – in both Sydney and Melbourne. Not only is free of charge, your entry will be competed with other entries all around the world!
DEADLINE: 31 Januari 2014
1. Hak Cipta
1.1. Dengan menyerahkan formulir pendaftaran dan film pendek, peserta memberikan non-exclusive license kepada IFF Australia untuk:
- Memutar film pendek yang terpilih sebagai "Best Short" IFF Australia official programs/events kepada khalayak umum;
- Memuat film pendek yang terpilih pada social media IFF Australia (Facebook). Peserta harus menyadari bahwa nominasi “Most Favorite Short” akan dipilih melalui voting oleh publik;
- Menggunakan stills dari materi dan bahan deskriptif tentang terpilih pendek dalam media pemasaran IFF Australia Festival Film Pendek (website , media sosial);
- Memuat cuplikan gambar dan informasi yang diambil dari film pendek yang terpilih di media pemasaran IFF Australia.
Gaston Soehadi is a Melbourne based academic. In his youth he was inspired by the classic and innovative films of directors such as Teguh Karya and Asrul Sani (eg: Seorang Laki-Laki, Doea Tanda Mata, Pagar Kawat Berduri), which compelled him to study film. He found that the film industry in Indonesia is still yet to be called a “film culture” in the eyes of the world, due largely to the lack of access which the Indonesian film industry has had to international markets. Gaston has enjoyed and studied a wide variety of films, including Western, Japanese and Korean, but Indonesian film had the greatest impact on him, as he grew up with those films. Previously he was a lecturer in Petra Christian University in Surabaya. In 1997 he attained his M.A. in Applied Linguistics from the University of New South Wales. Gaston is currently nearing the end of his PhD in Film and Screen Studies at Monash University, where he was mentored by Asian film specialist David Hanan.
Edwin Jurriens is a lecturer in Indonesian Studies at the University of Melbourne Faculty of Arts. His publications include books and journal articles on Asia-wide contemporary art, media and popular culture, particularly focusing on Indonesia. He is a graduate from Leiden University with Masters in Indonesian Studies. Jurriens started to take interest in Indonesian studies in his early school years, due to a general interest in language and literature, and because of his friendship with fellow students from an Indonesian background. Jurriens enjoyed adventure stories like "De Kris Pusaka" on Dutch television, and so-called “Indische” literature (about the Dutch East Indies), including the works of Louis Couperus, Tjalie Robinson, Marion Bloem and Adriaan van Dis. Jurriëns is also one of the academic leaders of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade sponsored 2014 Australian Awards Fellowships program, and a Visiting Fellow of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of New South Wales.
Titien Watimena started off her career as an assistant director and got into scriptwriting in 2004. Her first film “Mengejar Matahari” is nominated by Festival Film Indonesia for best scenario. In 2006, she earned the Festival Film Indonesia's Piala Vidya for TV film "Sebatas Aku Mampu". She also won best scriptwriter award in Bali International Film Festival 2008 for "Love", in which she was also acted as the assistant director. In 2010, she is again nominated by Festival Film Indonesia for best scriptwriting for "Minggu pagi di Victoria Park". Wattimena made her directorial debut in 2012 with "Hello Goodbye", starring Rio Dewanto and Atiqah Hasiholan, as a tribute for The Beatles George Harrison who popularized the song Hello, Goodbye.
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