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WORKSHOPS

UPCYCLE FASHION, MAKE YOUR OWN TOTE BAG | MIN/SUN 6

WORKSHOP

UPCYCLE FASHION, MAKE YOUR OWN TOTE BAG

DATE SHOW TIME VENUE
MIN/SUN 6 16:30 AF Bali
Note: WITA (+8GMT)

Free workshop | all age , maximum 10 participants

  • Workshop duration: 60 minutes – in Bahasa Indonesia and English

Minikino Film Week and Myra Juliarti also Eta Sipayung collaborate in the making of this year’s festival bag using the upcycle fashion concept. In promoting upcycle fashion, MFW promote exchanging used clothes with a festival pass. and a tote bag.

In this workshop Myra and Eta will talk about design and basic hand-sewing tricks in the process of making the bag.

 

PUTRI AYUDYA: HACKING THE CHARACTER | SEL/TUE 8

WORKSHOP

PUTRI AYUDYA: HACKING THE CHARACTER

DATE SHOW TIME VENUE
SEL/TUE 8 13:00 RUMAH SANUR CREATIVE HUB
Note: WITA (+8GMT)

Free workshop with registration & pre-selection for maximum 10 participants or less

  • Required skill: minimum 3 times experience acting in a film or theater production
  • Workshop duration: five hours – in Bahasa Indonesia
  • Registration open until Saturday, 28 September 2019 20:00 WITA [http://bit.ly/MFW5workshop]
  • Announcement for selected workshop participant: Tuesday, 1 October 2019

inquiries mfwcrew@minikino.org

putri-ayudyaPutri Ayudya is an Indonesian Actor, Public Figure, and Social Activist. Her notable works are Kenapa Harus Bule? & KAFIR: Bersekutu Dengan Setan (award nominee for FFI & IMAA for best actress). Putri recognized her passion in acting since college. She was found by talent scout for Guru Bangsa: Tjokroaminoto in 2013.

Beside acting on theater stage and in movies, she’s also working on spreading acting as a life skill by talking in classes, open forum discussion, and sharing and teaching both actors and non-actors on the practicality of acting techniques in daily lives. In 2018, she founded MondiBlanc Acting Lab, a collaborative space between various artists, institution, working actors, and academics in conducting research concerning acting and various issues in Indonesia. This year, the lab is focusing on the topic of acting and mental health.

 

DISCUSSION FORUM

PRESERVING, RESTORING AND PROMOTING FILM ARCHIVE | SAB/SAT 5

DISCUSSION FORUM

PRESERVING, RESTORING AND PROMOTING FILM ARCHIVE

DATE SHOW TIME VENUE
SAB/SAT 5 16.30   MASH DENPASAR
Note: WITA (+8GMT)

Free entry, first-come first-seated with priority for all festival pass holder.

Duration: 90 minutes – English

kiki-muchtar

Kiki managed a film preservation center in Jakarta when she took part in the restoration of Tjoet Nja’ Dhien, the highest-grossing Indonesian film in 1988 that also became the first Indonesian film competed in La Semaine de la Critique Cannes Film Festival. Currently, Kiki is a Program Manager at In-Docs, a nonprofit organization committed to cultivating a culture of openness through documentary films.

 


sanchaiSanchai Chotirossenae is currently the Deputy Director of the Film Archive (Public Organization), Thailand. He supervises administration, strategy and planning department, and the Thai Film Institute. He is also one of the programmers of the Thai Short Film and Video Festival, Salaya International Documentary Film Festival and Silent Film Festival in Thailand.

Sanchai Chotirossenae (Thai Film Archive) and Kiki Muchtar (Trio Lestari Coy) will be sharing their experience in film restoration. Together they will give us insight into the importance of film archive.

DISCUSSION FORUM: WHY FILM FESTIVAL MATTERS? | RAB/WED 9

DISCUSSION FORUM

WHY FILM FESTIVAL MATTERS?

DATE SHOW TIME VENUE
RAB/WED 9 10.30 VIVERE GALLERY
Note: WITA (+8GMT)

Hosted by the VIVERE and MINIKINO FILM WEEK

  • Free entry, first-come first-seated
  • Duration: 2 hours, English and Bahasa Indonesia

Open moderated discussion forum with three main speakers; Edo Wulia (Director of Minikino Film Week, Indonesia), Jukka-Pekka Laakso (Director of Tampere Film Festival, Finlandia) & Roger Gonin (Committee member of Clermont-Ferrand Short film Festival from 1980 to 2015)

Short film festival circuit plays a unique role as a communal, shared and unique experience. This forum will open up discussion and insights into more values of film festivals.

DISCUSSION FORUM: FILMMAKER SHARES FILMMAKING | KAM/THU 10

DISCUSSION FORUM

FILMMAKER SHARES FILMMAKING

DATE SHOW TIME VENUE
kAM/THU 10 10.30 VIVERE GALLERY
Note: WITA (+8GMT)

Free entry, first-come first-seated

Sharing experience and knowledge is important for professionals, including filmmakers. This open forum will strengthen networking ties between filmmakers and anyone willing to be inspired by their encounters. This open forum will be moderatod by Fransiska Prihadi (Program Director of Minikino, Indonesia)

THE FUTURE OF SHORT FILMS' ECONOMICAL VALUE | KAM/THU 10

DISCUSSION FORUM

THE FUTURE OF SHORT FILMS ECONOMICAL VALUE

DATE SHOW TIME VENUE
KAM/THU 10 18:30 IRAMA INDAH
Note: WITA (+8GMT)
  • Free entry, first-come first-seated
  • Duration: Two hours – English

Storytelling in digital age blends festivals, paid online release and free ones. The future of short films’ economical value will be the topic of this session moderated by John Badalu (Programmer, freelance Producer).

Panelists: Edo Wulia (Minikino, Indonesia), Jukka-Pekka Laakso (Tampere Film Festival, Finland), Myra Suraryo (Senior Vice President Marketing-Indonesia, Vuclip).


TALKS

THE POWER OF VISUAL DESIGN: IN THE CASE OF PETUALANGAN MENUJU SESUATU | SAB/SAT 5

IN THE CASE OF PETUALANGAN MENUJU SESUATU

THE POWER OF VISUAL DESIGN

DATE SHOW TIME VENUE
SAB/SAT 5 13:30 RUMAH SANUR CREATIVE HUB
Note: WITA (+8GMT)
  • Free entry, first-come first-seated.
  • Duration: 90 minutes – Bahasa Indonesia, English

Livia Angelica Gunawan, Daniel, Michelle Jasmine Halim, Christopher Kevin Susandji, and Samantha Teonata are founders of Petualangan Menuju Sesuatu, web comic that features Blob, the bubbly character and his friends soul searching generating mental health awareness. They will share their journey on how they came out with the idea initially and use the power of storytelling and visualdesign both to get rid of stigma for mental health.

 

 

ROGER GONIN: INVENTION OF THE MAGIC LANTERN | SEL/TUE 8

TALK: ROGER GONIN

INVENTION OF THE MAGIC LANTERN

DATE SHOW TIME VENUE
SEL/TUE 8 10.00  IRAMA INDAH
Note: WITA (+8GMT)
  • Free entry, first-come first-seated with priority for all festival pass holder.
  • Duration: 2 hours – English, French with Bahasa Indonesia translator

Roger Gonin will give presentation about the development of magic lantern, the first projector and one of the leading antecedants of the movies. He has a dream to one day establish a museum dedicated to magic lanterns and stereoscopic viewers, has directed two shorts and worked on several others. He is currently making historical researches and lectures about itinerants showing the magic lantern during the XVIIIth and XIXth centuries.


 

PAUL AMRON YUWONO: DREAM BIGGER AIM HIGHER | SEL/TUE 8

PAUL AMRON YUWONO:

DREAM BIGGER AIM HIGHER

DATE SHOW TIME VENUE
SEL/TUE 8 16:30 VIVERE GALLERY
Note: WITA (+8GMT)
  • Free entry, first-come first-seated.
  • Duration: 90 minutes – Bahasa Indonesia, English

His long journey from nothing to full selfdiscovery makes his experiences too long to tell. Some of those including nomination for best supporting cast in the US Theater Guild for his role as Woodstock on Broadway scripted SNOOPY the Musical, Jury Mention Award at Art Design in Photography Exhibition (Tulsa Oklahoma), joined street theater MANIFESTO Tour in the Netherlands, worked in a Hollywood film production with Sean Penn (Oscar Winning film MILK), Benjamjn Brett (La Mission), Julia Roberts (Eat Pray Love), choreographer & concept for Batik Fashion in Milan Italy, stylist & mentor Miss Asia California; Miss Asia USA; Miss Teen Asia USA, Stylist for Banana Republic San Francisco and the top debut appointed as one of the stylist & make-up artist of President Obama’s family in the Presidential Inauguration at the Washington DC White House. He was also responsible for President Obama’s family visit to Bali, Yogya & Jakarta notlong ago. Recently he launched his new venture Ba-Ju & Klambi Ethnic Atelier with KuKa (Aku Suka Indonesia) Foundation. He was entitled by Trans7 TV as #1 of 7 Indonesians Worldwide.

Paul Amron Yuwono is a multi-talented artist Meet and listen to him in person in this session and be inspired!

PRODUCING MANDY MARAHIMIN | SEL/TUE 8

TALKS

PRODUCING MANDY MARAHIMIN

DATE SHOW TIME VENUE
SEL/TUE 8 18.00   MASH DENPASAR
Note: WITA (+8GMT)
  • Free entry, first-come first-seated with priority for all festival pass holder.
  • Duration: 90 minutes – English & Bahasa Indonesia

Mandy Marahimin who has been involved in the production industry in Indonesia for almost 2 decades, will share knowledge and experience about the creative production and funding.

 

 

 

 

FAKE FILM FESTIVAL WITH JUKKA-PEKKA LASSO | SEL/TUE 8

TALKS

FAKE FILM FESTIVAL WITH JUKKA-PEKKA LASSO

DATE SHOW TIME VENUE
SEL/TUE 8 20:15 MASH DENPASAR
Note: WITA (+8GMT)
  • Free entry, first-come first-seated with priority for all festival pass holder.
  • Duration: 75 minutes – English with Bahasa Indonesia translator

What is fake film festival? How do you identify fake & pseudo film festivals?

JUKKA-PEKKA LAAKSO is the festival director of Tampere Film Festival. He has been involved with the selection and programming since 2000. As a festival director he shares the responsibility to strategic planning and programming with the co-director of the festival. He is also the executive director for Pirkanmaa Film Centre a local film centre in Tampere. The film centre is a non-profit organisation that runs an art-house cinema, distributes films in Finland and works extensively with media education. Jukka-Pekka Laakso is a member of European Film Academy. festdirector@tamperefilmfestival.

 

 

FILM LITERACY WITH JOHN BADALU | RAB/WED 9

TALKS

JOHN BADALU: FILM LITERACY

DATE SHOW TIME VENUE
RAB/WED 9 17:30 MASH DENPASAR
Note: WITA (+8GMT)
  • Free entry, first-come first-seated with priority for all festival pass holder.
  • Duration: 2 hours – Bahasa Indonesia

Film literacy is part of film education that illustrate a level of understanding a film. It will enable audience to understand how the audio-visual works of art become meaningful. Film literacy will also encourage audience to watch more films from a variety of sources be more critical of anything they watch. In this session, John Badalu (film programmer and freelance producer) is going to present the importance of film literacy.

John grew up in Makassar. After studying marketing in university, he participated in a student exchange program to live in Canada. Returning to Indonesia, John worked in advertising and communications, and started to write as a freelance journalist and film critic. Starting in 2000, John worked with various European cultural centers in Jakarta, including British and Italian film festivals. He became operations manager of the Jakarta International Film Festival.

After 2002, John and a group of friends launched the first Queer Film Festival in Jakarta and began to travel to international film festivals as a presenter and programmer, promoting Indonesian films to audiences abroad. He has a strong reputation as an expert in Indonesian and queer films, and has been invited to serve as a jury in prestigious film festivals. He is also a freelance producer and also provides training for filmmaking. In 2011 he was Festival Delegate at Berlin International Film Festival, scouting and pre-selecting films from Southeast Asia region. He received an award as The Change-makers by the Ashoka Foundation from the United States for his consistency in fighting for LGBT rights through film media.

THE ART OF SUBTITLING, LIVE & RECORDED DUBBING | KAM/THU 10

TALKS

THE ART OF SUBTITLING, LIVE & RECORDED DUBBING

DATE SHOW TIME VENUE
KAM/THU 10 18:15 AF Bali
Note: WITA (+8GMT)

With the MFW subtitling team & Teater Kalangan

  • Free entry, first-come first-seated.
  • Duration: 75 minutes – Bahasa Indonesia

Since 2015, extra (almost a thousand hours) were put into Bahasa Indonesia subtitles for all films that are selected to be screened for public. More than 200 short films that are screened with Bahasa Indonesia subtitles every year. Since 2018, Minikino collaborates with Teater Kalangan for live and recorded dubbing of few selected films to be screened in Balinese language for pop-up cinema audience in villages around Bali during Minikino Film Week. Meet the people behind the subtitles and dubbing. They will be sharing the process, challenges, and joy of their work.

Teater Kalangan is a Bali’s well known performing arts group. The name “Kalangan” derives from a Balinese word which translates into ‘a gathering space’. That name was chosen to represent the theater’s creative process which tends to emphasize on the exploration of the alternative space as the object of their performances.

THE MAKING OF TAMPERE FILM FESTIVAL WITH JUKKA-PEKKA LAAKSO | KAM/THU 10

TALKS

THE MAKING OF TAMPERE FILM FESTIVAL WITH JUKKA-PEKKA LAAKSO

DATE SHOW TIME VENUE
KAM/THU 10  17.30  MASH DENPASAR
Note: WITA (+8GMT)

Free entry, first-come first-seated with priority for all festival pass holder.

Immerse into the making of Tampere Film Festival that brings together over 30,000 film enthusiasts, be it professionals or amateurs, every year in March. Tampere Film Festival that is turning 50 years old next year is ranked amongst the top three most important short film festivals in the world. Meet the director himself; Jukka-Pekka Laakso will give a presentation about the history and programme of the festival.

THE MAKING OF SHORT FILM MARKET | JUM/FRI 11

CLERMONT FERRAND INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL:

THE MAKING OF SHORT FILM MARKET

DATE SHOW TIME VENUE
JUM/FRI 11 17.30 MASH DENPASAR
Note: WITA (+8GMT)

Free entry, first-come first-seated with priority for all festival pass holder.

A representative from Clermont Ferrand International Short Film Festival, Roger Gonin, will be giving a presentation about Short Film Market. He has been working for the Clermont-Ferrand Short film Festival from 1980 to 2015.He was at the origin of the Short Film Market and its technical development such as the first Market video server in 2003 and the online registration platform : shortfilmdepot.com.

 

ANGGUN PRADESHA, DOCUMENTARY TRANSGENDER FILMMAKER: ADVANCING VISIBILITY IN INDONESIA | JUM/FRI 11

ANGGUN PRADESHA, DOCUMENTARY TRANSGENDER FILMMAKER

ADVANCING VISIBILITY IN INDONESIA

DATE SHOW TIME VENUE
JUM/FRI 11 19.30 MASH DENPASAR
Note: WITA (+8GMT)

  • Free entry, first-come first-seated with priority for all festival pass holder.
  • Duration: 2 hours – Bahasa Indonesia with English translator

Anggun Pradesha, a Trans woman activist  documentary filmmaker. Her first film “Emak dari Jambi” was a Project Change short film produced by Nia Dinata about her personal relationship as a trans woman and her mother’s acceptance process. The film got International Awards: Best Asean Documentary in Salaya International Documentary Film Festival (Bangkok, Thailand) and Best Southeast Asia Feature in Freedom Film Fest 2016 in Malaysia.

Anggun had been nominated as second winner of the 2011 DKI Jakarta Miss Transvestite and became an active Volunteer in many social humanitarian activities throughout 2012.

In 2013-2018, Anggun was a member of operational board of SWARA, an organization for Empowering young Transgender Women Communities in Jakarta. Anggun now works with PKBI Pusat Jakarta ((Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association), a 61-year-old organization focusing on family and humanitarian issues with 25 Provincial branches and hundreds of Regency branches. Anggun is finishing her second documentary with Kalyana Shira Foundation.


 

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