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Selengkapnya mengenai Begadang Filmmaking Competition 2021
Kompetisi BTS (Behind The Scenes) Begadang

Seru BEGADANG nya karena seru Behind The Scenes nya!


  1. Tidak ada pendaftaran, siapa saja boleh ikutan bahkan yang bukan bagian dari tim produksi!
  2. Membuat video Behind The Scenes (BTS) produksi Begadang 2021.
  3. Hanya berlaku untuk BTS karya film Begadang 2021 yang berhasil masuk dalam 34 jam produksi saja.
  4. Video BTS versi 1 menit (60 detik) diposting ke Instagram account, pada feed masing-masing, dengan (hastag)#BTSBegadang2021
  5. Aspect Ratio; bebas!
  6. Video BTS dalam versi 1 menit yang telah diposting di IG, dikirimkan kepada Posko Begadang (begadang@minikino.org) sebagai tanda kesertaan.
  7. Pemenang dengan jumlah like terbanyak (…bukan jumlah view) akan mendapatkan Rp. 500.000,- Tunai!
  8. Jumlah ‘like’ akan dihitung pertanggal 11 September 2021 jam 12:00 siang WITA (UTC+8)
  9. Pemenang kompetisi Video BTS Begadang 2021 diumumkan pada Closing & Awarding Night Minikino Film Week 7, di Bali, 11 Sepetember 2021
Ngobrolin Begadang



Biar makin yakin mendaftarkan kelompok produksimu sebelum deadline 12 Juli jam 12.00WITA, ikut dulu yuk Ngobrolin Begadang!

Dipandu @edowulia dan @madebirus di POSKO BEGADANG bareng:

  • Putri Sri Aryana @putrisriaryn adalah produser & penulis naskah di Tim Produksi Kecil. Ia suka tantangan dalam proses pembuatan film.
  • @winnerwijaya dan @raynerwijaya dari @horebesoklibur keduanya lahir dari keluarga baik-baik yang sama di Surabaya. Mereka gemar mencoba hal-hal baru yang menyenangkan membuat film dengan handycam MiniDV sejak SD. Seringkali Rayner menjadi aktor dadakan di film kakaknya, Winner. Filmnya, “Ojek Lusi”, meraih penghargaan dokumenter pendek terbaik di Festival Film Dokumenter 2017, nominasi di Minikino Film Week 4, nominasi Piala Citra 2018, dan sudah diputar pada festival film di lebih dari 10 negara. Tahun 2020 mendapatkan nominasi Piala Citra untuk film pendeknya “Hai Guys Balik lagi sama Gue, Tuhan!” dan sekarang sedang dalam tahap pascaproduksi film panjang pertamanya, “Pak Greg dari Wai Apo”.
  • Robby Saputra @obysaa adalah pegiat dan penikmat film pendek sejak tahun 2013 yang berbasis di Medan. Ia adalah pendiri YPS Studios Pictures yang terhubung dengan Minikino sejak tahun 2017 di #MFW3 Begadang Filmmaking Competition. Selain aktif membuat film ia juga terlibat dalam wadah apresiasi film pendek kota Medan sebagai programmer film di Bioskop Alternatif Medan sejak 2018-sekarang.

Hybrid Intern Blog

Hybrid Internship Minikino 2021


Minikino Internship Program for Writers is a 6 months long program starting in June 2021 that provides students age 19-25 with support and network while they work on widening & deepening their writing skills about short films. In this first edition, Minikino works with four Indonesian students that were selected among 21 applicants.


Ahmad Fauzi (Ozi)

Bandung, Indonesia

Is currently a student at Gadjah Mada University Faculty of Philosophy. Interested in issues around equality, coloniality, and audio-visual culture. At the moment resides in Bandung and is actively involved in the editorial of Cinémanic Magazine

Azalia Syahputri (Azel)

Bali, Indonesia

Born in 1999, she goes by many names and abilities. Currently studying film in Yogyakarta. A multidisciplinary artist but recently not able to hold her first exhibition for Asana Bina Seni due to clashing schedules and pandemic,  creative director for Coldiac (a four-piece pop band coming from the East of the Java Island, they’re good!), sometimes writing because she started to like it, also occasionally doing video editing. Above all of that, she always considers herself as a medium explorer, being explorative and not trapped in her own cage is her way of living. Although she is sometimes exhausted, she always enjoys every second of it. This year, currently struggling living within the pandemic. Aren’t we all?

Rayhan Darmawan (RD)



Jakarta, Indonesia

A 2000s kid. RD is a film student in Universitas Multimedia Nusantara, a freelance screenwriter for feature-length films, and currently the creative director of a small production house, Poolside Studios. Occasionally watch and discuss films with his friends at Popsicle UMN. RD’s adolescent habit of capturing moments everywhere he goes with his DSLR would later evolve to a passion for art, cinema, and culture. He believes culture is an essential part of understanding each other, and understanding life itself. His works often reflect the intricacy and intimacy of life and human relationships. Right now, RD is focusing on honing his craft in directing and screenwriting. Other than that, he is constantly practicing his critical thinking by reading and writing on topics that resonate with him.

Tirza Kanya Bestari (Kanya)



Yogyakarta, Indonesia

A dancing dork and Disney storyteller who is currently preparing her academic review on La La Land’s Mia Dolan. Her passion in writing, as well as stage performing, has evolved in the past three years. She aspires to work in the field of language, art, and culture – while running a personal blog with cute template, incorporating dance projects, and taking internships as a writer to enrich her knowledge and experience.


Minikino is honored to have the guest speakers sharing their experiences about the power of networks.

Leong Puiyee

Film Programmer


Leong Puiyee is a film programmer and manager based in Singapore. She is a Senior Manager at Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film


Trevor Zhou

Filmmaker, Actor

Los Angeles, USA

Trevor Zhou is a writer/director who uses stories to play with convention and expectation to encourage wonder and self-reflection. Being an immigrant, his stories center around identity, family, and unearthing our personal truths.

Made in China and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Trevor studied Chinese Studies, psychology and philosophy at the University of Michigan. It didn’t make his parents proud but it armed him with a curiosity to examine the world around him.

He fell into acting when he was serendipitously cast as a “real person” in a national commercial saying the word “trains.” Reviews of his performance were favorable. Through acting, he’s discovered a passion to tell very personal stories inspired by his experiences.

His most recent short thriller/horror, Out of Order, is currently on the festival circuit. Trevor is currently working on his directorial feature debut, Ann Arbor, a bittersweet love letter to his hometown.


Eric Sasono

Film Critic

Jakarta, Indonesia

Eric Sasono is a film critic who obtained his doctorate in film studies at King’s College London, England in 2019. He was a member of the supervisory board of the Jakarta International Film Festival and the Indonesian Documentary Film Center or InDocs (2009-2019). Now Eric works in a non-governmental organization in Jakarta. Sometimes he publishes on ericsasono.com.

Jemma Purdey


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.

Sébastien Simon

Filmmaker, Programmer at BISFF

Busan, Korea

Sébastien Simon is a filmmaker, a cinema and photography teacher at Dongseo University in Busan, a programmer for Busan International Short Film Festival, a board member of the Short Film Conference, and a writer for Busan Beat magazine. He also contributed for several years to Slamdance Film Festival, Rencontres Cinématographiques de Cavaillon, Seoul International Extreme-Short Image & Film Festival, and Jeju French Film Festival. His latest works as director include One-minded (2014), Tetsu Kono’s crazy routine (2016), and The Troubled Troubadour (2016). He graduated from the E.S.E.C film school and from Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne.

Jukka-Pekka Laakso

Tampere, Finland

Jukka-Pekka Laakso is the festival director of Tampere Film Festival, a member of European Film Academy, and the executive director for Pirkanmaa Film Centre,a local film centre in Tampere(Finlandia). The film centre is a non-profit organisation that runs an art-house cinema, distributes films in Finland and works extensively with media education.

Francis Oggs Cruz

Manila, Philippines

Oggs Cruz is a corporate lawyer by profession. As a film critic, he has contributed articles and reviews to print publications such as Businessworld, The Philippine Star, Rogue Magazine, and the Philippine Free Press. He is currently reviewing films for Rappler. He has written articles for various film books, including The Philippine New Wave, edited by Khavn dela Cruz, and Kidlat Tahimik, funded by the Jeonju International Film Festival. He was selected to take part in the Berlinale Talent Press, a section of the Berlinale Talent Campus that specializes in the training of film critics and film journalists and has also been part of several selection committees of various film festivals in the Philippines, including Cinemalaya, Cinema One, and Quezon City Film Festival.


INDONESIA RAJA adalah salah satu dari berbagai agenda tahunan yang dilakukan MINIKINO. Diinisiasi pada tahun 2015, Indonesia Raja memicu terbentuknya kolaborasi jaringan kerja antar wilayah di Indonesia dalam bentuk pertukaran program film pendek. Jaringan kerja yang dibangun meliputi kegiatan programing film pendek, dan dilanjutkan dengan kegiatan pemutaran serta merangsang diskusi bersama para pembuat film dan programmer di masing-masing wilayah/kota yang terlibat.

Selengkapnya mengenai Indonesia Raja 2021