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January 2006, SHORT FILMS SCREENING AND DISCUSSION

MINIKINO: Featuring EDWIN

A few years ago, Edwin came to Minikino’s monthly short film screenings in Oktagon bringing what he regards as his first film, “A Very Slow Breakfast.” This first contact between Minikino and Edwin soon continued to other Minikino programs, in Indonesia and overseas. This time Minikino is honored to premiere his newest work, “A Very Boring Conversation”, together with an international premiere at the 35th International Film Festival Rotterdam, where this short film will compete for the Tiger Cub Awards.

As an Indonesian filmmaker who is passionate about the short film format, Edwin is involved in Indonesia’s major productions as well. In 2005, after being assistant director in “Gie” (Riri Riza/Miles Production) and “Untuk Rena” of Miles Production, he received Best Short Film Award for “Kara the Daughter of a Tree” at the Indonesian Film Festival 2005. The same film was selected to screen at Directors’ Fortnight, Cannes Film Festival 2005.

Edwin has gone a long way and this month, Minikino presents his short films to trace the road he has taken – and to follow where he will be going next.


Programmer: Edo Wulia (Denpasar)
Assistant Programmer: Varadilla (Jakarta)


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A VERY SLOW BREAKFAST
Edwin, Indonesia 2002, 05 mins. 40 sec.

Morning. Time for breakfast, when family values are going down the drain, narrow and silent. A search for the meaning of becoming an ideal Indonesian family.

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Dajang Soembi, The Woman Who Is Married To A Dog
Edwin, Indonesia 2004, 7 mins.

The legend of Dajang Soembi, retold. Her son turns around to be a killer because he wants to be his own mother’s lover.

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KARA THE DAUGHTER OF A TREE
Edwin, Indonesia 2005, 7 mins.

A girl lost her mother. Ronald McDonald is convicted. The media peeps in her private life. She’s disturbed, and went to see Ronald McDonald.

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A VERY BORING CONVERSATION
Edwin, Indonesia 2006, 9 mins.

The conversation starts from coments about music and internet emails, then slowly moved to unlogical things that could possibly change a ‘mother-son relationship’ to a ‘man-woman relationship’.

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Awards, Nominations and Special Screenings

A Very Slow Breakfast (2002) – duration : 5’40”
– 2003 Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival
– 2004 Brazil Student Film Competition
– 2004 Pusan International Film Festival
– 2004 Jakarta International Film Festival
– 2004 Festival Fringe – Singapore International Film Festival


Dajang Soembi : Perempoean Jang Dikawini Andjing (2004) – duration 7’
– 2nd Prize Short Film Competition – Jakarta International Film Festival 2004
– Nominated in Best Short Film, Piala Citra, Festival Film Indonesia 2004
– In Competition TV5 Tiger Cub Short Film Competition – International Film Festival Rotterdam 2005
– 2005 Official Selection Singapore International Film Festival
– In Competition. No Budget Competition. International Short Film Festival Hamburg 2005
– 2005 Vancouver International Film Festival
– 2005 Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival


Kara, Anak Sebatang Pohon (2005) – duration 9’ – (with support by Miles Films)
– Quinzaine des Realisateurs – 2005 Cannes International Film Festival
– 2005 Pusan International Film Festival
– 2005 Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival
– 2005 CJ Asian Independent Film Festival, Seoul
– 7th Jakarta International Film Festival
– Best Short Film Award, 2005 Festival Film Indonesia
– 35th International Film Festival Rotterdam


A Very Boring Conversation (2006) – duration 9 minutes
– 35th International Film Festival Rotterdam, Tiger Cub Short Film Competition


Griya Musik Irama Indah, Denpasar
Frinday, 27 January 2006, 19:00 WITA
Contact: Edo Wulia, M: +62 (0)856 376 2832


QB World Books Kemang, Jakarta Selatan
Wednesday, 25 January 2005, 19:00 WIB
Contact:


Oktagon Gallery, Jakarta Pusat
Sunday, 22 January 2006, 14.00 WIB
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free entry – please be on time

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