The Minikino Film Week 9 National Jury Board consists of art, literature and film professionals, diverse in nationality, disciplines and gender. They are invited to preview a list of nominated Indonesian productions that have passed the 2023 Official Selection and also the Indonesia Raja 2023 selection, that meet the requirements for the 2023 National Competition Award. During their work, the board will also preview and make a decision on the winner of the BEGADANG FILMMAKING COMPETITION 2023.

Final decision will be reached during the festival, following deliberation meetings among jury members.

Minikino Film Week 9 have the honor to present the national jury members:


Made Adnyana Ole, was born in Marga, Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia. Now living in Singaraja, a city in the northern part of Bali, Indonesia. He is a writer and journalist. Founder of tatkala.co, media with the primary mission of developing citizen journalism and literary journalism, as well as developing creative writing education and training through the Mahima Institute Indonesia in Singaraja-Bali.

His works have been published in various major mass media such as Bali Post, Kompas, Koran Tempo, Jawa Pos, Horison Magazine and Majas Magazine. He is also an editor and also writes prefaces for books published by Mahima Institute Indonesia.

KELLY LUI (Canada)

Kelly Lui is an arts worker with an interest in prioritizing care practices, interrogating sustainability within creative careers, and supporting socially-engaged multimedia projects. Besides her roles as the Shorts Programmer at the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival, Kelly is the Distribution Coordinatorat Ouat Media, a Toronto-based distribution and sales company that specializes in short films. Recognized internationally as one of the world’s primary destinations for work by the industry’s rising stars, Ouat Media boasts an award-winning catalogue of titles featuring12 Oscar® nominees including 3 Oscar® winners to date. Beyond the film world, she’s a founding collective member of TACLA, a collective committed to creative research, artful representation, equitable outreach, and accessible presentation to tell intentional narratives about Asian diasporic histories, presents, and futures in Canada. Kelly’s favorite food is noodles.


Artistic director and cultural manager specializing in film, comics and independent publishing. Since 2005 he collaborates as programmer and curator of exhibitions, among other tasks, with the Alcalá deHenares/Comunidad de Madrid Film Festival, ALCINE. Since the 51st edition, this year 2022, he assumes the position of Artistic Director, in charge of thinking and leading the new stage of one of the most veteran film festivals in Spain.