The ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Festival 2020 Jury was recently announced, featuring an impressive line-up of filmmakers, critics and journalists with a great combination of new faces and returning members.

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Journalist Ucita Pohan and filmmakers Julian Lucas, Kamila Andini and Ruby Challenger will make their first appearances on the Jury, together with returning member film academic, Krisha Sen. They’ll be joined by three members who’ve served as part of the ReelOzInd! Jury since it was first established in 2016: film producer Andrew Mason, festival director Cika Prihadi and film academic Novi Kurnia.

Extended profiles, including Q&As, with Ucita and Julian can be found on the ReelOzInd! website, with additional posts featuring their fellow judges to follow in the coming weeks. The updates will also be pushed to ReelOzInd!’s social media channels: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Now celebrating its fifth year, ReelOzInd! continues to engage Australian and Indonesian filmmakers in a competition that showcases their talents before audiences in both countries and also to a worldwide online audience.

The theme for 2020 is Energy/Energi.

Film submissions for this year’s event opened on 16 April via FilmFreeway and close on 1 August.

Media enquiries

Jemma Purdey
Festival Director
jemma.purdey@ausindcentre.org

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About ReelOzInd!

The ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Festival brings together exceptional film makers from both countries to share their stories in an exciting and unique event. In this, its fifth year, the theme is energy/energi. Submissions have been open since 16 April via FilmFreeway and the ReelOzInd website.
https://reelozind.com

About The Australia-Indonesia Centre

The Australia-Indonesia Centre is a consortium of 11 leading research universities in both countries. Its mission is to advance people-to-people links in science, technology, education, innovation and culture.

Through its In Conversation webinars, the AIC has dissected the impacts of COVID-19 from perspectives including public health, economics, governance, international trade and international education.

https://ausindcentre.org