AURÉLIAN MICHON, FILM PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION AND EXHIBITION
|MIN/SUN 7 Oktober 2018||16:00||OMAH APIK|
Aurélian Michon will share stories about the atmosphere of production, distribution and exhibition of short films in France & Europe, as well as the role of the state in this regard.
Aurelian Michon is in charge of film and audiovisual at Institut Francais Indonesia. He has previously been in charge of short film distribution at Sacrebleu Productions, an award-winning French film company, and a policy officer at CNC, French National Film Center.
TALKS WITH NIA DINATA
|MIN/SUN 7 Oktober 2018||18:30||RUMAH SANUR|
Nia Dinata’s true passion is in film making and all of the aspects behind the scenes. We’ll hear more about why she love being an Indonesian film producer
SEREM MELEK BERSAMA DREAD TEAM BALI
|MIN/SUN 7 Oktober 2018||20:30||UMA SEMINYAK|
Despite public enthusiasm with horror theme, there are only few focusing solely to the horror genre especially in Bali. DrEAD TEAM passion for horror themes (even though they are actually afraid) ensure them to focus on horror. Three members of DrEAD TEAM will share their experiences when making horror films and tips to turn horror stories into films.
|SEL/TUE 9 Oktober 2018||15:00||RUMAH SANUR|
Seruniaudio team will share how his hand-built clip-on microphone that originally designed for acoustic instruments can be applied to suit the need of filmmakers. SERUNIAUDIO built the first handbuilt clip-on microphone for acoustic instruments ever produced by Indonesian Company.
PAUL AGUSTA: FILMMAKING COLLABORATIONS
|RAB/WED 10 Oktober 2018||15:30||OMAH APIK|
How would we determine which films are “local” films in the world of co-production and collaboration? Paul will share his two cents about how cinema transcend boundaries.
Paul Agusta is a writer, film producer, director and actor. With a film education background in America until 2003. Currently he is actively teaching various topics related to film. In the last two years he has also been part of the MFW Advisory Board.
LIEW SENG TAT: WRITING MY FIRST FEATURE
|KAM/THU 11 Oktober 2018||15:30||RUMAH SANUR|
Liew Seng Tat will share his own memories and experience of writing his first feature film after writing and directing many shorts.
Liew Seng Tat
Liew Seng Tat is a leading young Malaysian Director. Both of his first feature film “”Flower in the Pocket”” (2007) and “Lelaki Harapan Dunia” (2015) captured both national and international attention.
PAUL AGUSTA & KOYO YAMASHITA: THE ART OF FILM
|KAM/THU 11 Oktober 2018||15:00||OMAH APIK|
How to get the soul of art in the work of film? What are the interesting things about the process of becoming a filmmaker according to Paul Agusta and Koyo Yamashita?
PUTRI AYUDYA, ACTING FOR LIVING
|KAM/THU 11 Oktober 2018||18:00||RUMAH SANUR|
Acting can be applied to achieve successful life as well as a source of income. Putri will share stories about her personal experiences about acting, both in real life and for the art of acting.
Putri began her acting career in the major Indonesian film “Guru Bangsa: Tjokroaminoto”, along with Indonesian senior actors and actresses. In the past two years, she has been involved in the production of many feature films and theatrical performances.
MARLOWE BANDEM, BALI 1928 FOR CHILDREN & YOUTH
|JUM/FRI 12 Oktober 2018||10:30||RUMAH SANUR|
Marlowe Bandem will introduce Bali 1928 project, an international repatriation project collaborating with Dr.Edward Herbst, where Balinese recordings and films of the 1920s were repatriated from several countries. It’s part of Minikino Film Week’s cultural celebration and education for children to build positive images about art & history in Bali.
Marlowe Bandem is a DJ, fixed-gear cyclist, creator of multi- media events, manager of two micro-financing banks, and vice chairman of the Widya Dharma Shanti Foundation that oversees STIKOM Bali, the largest ICT (information and communication technology) college in Bali. Among his collaborative initiatives are The Bali 1928 Project.
THE ROLE OF PROGRAMMERS IN FILM FESTIVAL
|JUM/FRI 12 Oktober 2018||13:30||RUMAH SANUR|
Festival programmer watching hundreds or even thousand of films to choose a selection of films that will received the opportunity to be live-screened at the festival. We will listen to personal insights of film festival programmers in this talk.
Marcus Manh Cuong Vu (Vietnam) film programmer, producer, and critic in Ho Chi Minh City, festival director of Yxine Film Fest 2010-2014.
Hélène Ouvrard (Laos) based in Laos since 2018, a consultant for Lao cultural sector, co-director of Vientianale Film Festival
Fransiska Prihadi (Indonesia) Program Director of Minikino since 2015 presenting various short film festivals all year round.
Kemala Astika (Indonesia) Cinema Cirebon co.founder since 2017, programmer Indonesia Raja 2018 Jawa Barat and the director of Festival Film Bahari 2018.
KOYO YAMASHITA: EXPERIMENTAL FILM
|JUM/FRI 12 Oktober 2018||15:10||RUMAH SANUR|
Why experimental film and videos, whether it be narrative or non-narrative, can be a powerful thing that inspire not just the filmmakers but also the audience? Koyo Yamashita will share with us the journey of Image Forum and his expertise in this field.
Koyo YAMASHITA is festival director of Image Forum Festival since 2001 and programmer of Theater Image Forum in Shibuya, Tokyo since 2005. (see pg.27)
MODERATORS FOR MFW 4 TALKS
|Marinta Serina Singarimbun had volunteered for Minikino Monthly Screening & Discussion since 2002 and often become the discussion moderator. In 2017, she launched her 15 year long reflection of personal exploration on the essence of tradition of the people of Tenganan Pagringsingan, a village in the East of Bali into a memoar book: Mata Jiwa, Into the Eye of Life.|
|Ratna Odata is the founder of Cata Odata in 2014, an interdisciplinary art house in Bali. Occasionally she works as a set designer specializing in theater and dance performance.|
|Faiza Muhamad is a freelance writer, storyteller and language professional based in Bali, Indonesia. Faiza is highly passionate about language and takes pleasure in providing her expertise in various forms of collaborations.|
|Anton Muhajir is a journalist based in Bali for several national and international media, including Forbes Indonesia, Bloomberg, The New Yorker, The Australian, WIRED, and others. Active in media literacy communities and digital rights advocacy networks including BaleBengong.id and SAFEnet. He is also member of the MFW 4 Jury Board.|
|Agung Yudha is a Balinese creator. He is wearing many hats as filmmaker, street photographer, and musician. Active musician in a rock band, MR HIT and also as a director in Studi Yo Films, Dread Team, and Manikamerta Documentary.|