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2020 Jury board consists of art, literature and film professionals that are diverse in nationality, disciplines and gender. Jury Board members are invited to preview the 2020 nominated short films that have passed through the pre-selection.

The judging process will be done by writing personal comments on various subjects of the cinematic aspects of each film that was nominated for 2020, Minikino Film Week 6. The final results from the jury board are addressed as recommendations, and the final decision will be taken by the festival committee. Minikino Film Week 6 is honored to have their service.


Author, Writer, Festival Director “ReelOzInd!, Australia – Indonesia Short Film Competition”, Melbourne, Australia.

Jemma Purdey is a Fellow at the Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC). She has written widely on Indonesian politics and contemporary history and about Australia’s relationship with Indonesia. Her books include Anti-Chinese Violence in Indonesia, 1996-1998 (2006) and From Vienna to Yogyakarta: The life of Herb Feith (2011) and she is co-author with Antje Missbach and Dave McRae of Indonesia: State and Society in Transition (2019). Jemma is Chair of the board and Commissioning Editor of the magazine Inside Indonesia, co-host of the podcast Talking Indonesia and founding Director of the AIC’s ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition & Festival.


Author, Writer, Lecturer, Journalist, Bali, Indonesia.

Kadek Sonia Piscayanti was born in Singaraja, Bali. She teaches in the English Education Department, Ganesha University of Education and published some books, poems and academic books on literature. She managed an art community “Mahima” and established an independent publisher, “Mahima Institute Indonesia” based in Singaraja, Bali. In 2011 and 2012 she was invited for Creative Writing Program at Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia. In 2013 she spoke about women and identity in OzAsia Festival, Adelaide Australia. In 2018, she received a grant from the Ford Foundation for her documentary theater 11 Mothers, 11 Stages, 11 Stories. Recently, she performed her works on literature in India, Malaysia, Thailand, China and Nepal. She continuously works on women empowerment through arts and culture until now.


Film curator/programmer, Festival Director Image Forum, Japan.

Born in Tokyo, Japan. Has been festival director of Image Forum Festival since 2001. Programmer of Theater Image Forum in Shibuya, Tokyo since 2005. Has been guest programmer/curator for many film and media art festivals and film events in and outside Japan, such as: Transmediale (Berlin), Bozar (Bruxells), Arkipel International Documentary and Experimental Film Festival (Jakarta), Sea Shorts (Malaysia), Seoul New Media Festival Festival (Seoul) etc. Also curator for the film exhibition/DVD project for Japanese emerging independent animation artist “THINKING AND DRAWING”(2001). Advisor for collection of film and video for Asian Culture Center in Kwangju, Korea. Has served as jury for many international film/art festivals such as Hong Kong International Film Festival, Cannes Director’s Fortnight, Rotterdam International Film Festival, Tampere International Film Festival etc.


Screenwriter, Author, Writer, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Prima Rusdi is an Indonesian screenwriter/writer/filmmaker who resides in Jakarta. She is currently working with producer Ifa Isfansyah and writer/director Kamila Andini on a feature length script called YUNI which was selected as part of Torino Film Lab 2018. Yuni is currently on a pre-production stage.  Her first scenario was for a film titled Eliana, Eliana (2002) directed by Riri Riza. Her other works include Ada Apa dengan Cinta? (2002 and 2016). She also produced several documentaries and was one of the initiators of a collective project consists of 10 short films by 10 directors called 9808- An Anthology of 10th Year Indonesian Political Reformed (2008).  In 2018 she wrote Variable Number 3, directed by Edwin. This short film is a part of “Asian Threefold Mirror: Journey”, co-produced by Japan Foundation Asia Center and Tokyo International Film Festival.