We are looking at relationships in a different light. After 60 years of a nation’s independence, and after 40 years of swallowing the pain, perhaps it is time to reconcile?
Programmer: Tintin Wulia
This month we are watching Indonesian short films in the theme of political wounds and reconciliation. Tintin will be attending the screening through online chat. Filmmakers will attend the screenings in Jakarta and Bandung.
A restaurant owner have just hired a new guy to work in his restaurant. One night in one unexpected evening, two unexpected guests visit the restaurant to unravel the past.
In her desolation after the dissapearance of her husband, a woman writes 20 letters to him, none of them ever to be replied.
A small family of performers in Jogjakarta keeps its own secret well. A traumatic experience goes a long way, exceeding generations.
DJEDJAK DARAH: SURAT TERUNTUK ADINDA
When it happened, anyone could be the victim, anyone could be accused. This could be just one ordinary evening in a life of a ordinary citizen in 1965.
QB World Books Kemang, Jakarta Selatan
Wed, 23 February 2005, 17:00 WIB
Contact: Shafiq Pontoh, M: +62 (0)856 216 7071
Toko Buku Kecil/Common Room, Bandung
Fri, 25 February 2005, 15:00 WIB
Contact: Tarlen Handayani ,M: +62 (0)818 421 940
Warung Apresiasi, Jakarta
Fri, 25 February 2005, 19:00 WIB
Contact: Mima Komaling, M: +62 (0)856 882 7582
Oktagon Gallery, Jakarta Pusat
Sun, 27 February 2005, 14:00 WIB
Contact: Dian Siswandi, M: +62 (0)816 115 6999
Griya Musik Irama Indah, Denpasar
Sun, 27 February 2005, 17:00 WITA
Contact: Edo Wulia