Yosep Anggi Noen
Yosep Anggi Noen was born in Yogyakarta. He is a director, screenwriter and producer. Anggi studied Communications at the Socio-Politics Faculty of Yogyakarta’s Gadjah Mada University. His first feature Peculiar Vacation and Other Illnesses premiered in 2012 Locarno where it received a special mention. It also won the Dragon and Tiger Award for Young Cinema, at Vancouver IFF and received 2 awards from Ministry of Education and Culture Indonesia. The film then traveled to over 25 festivals.
His short film A Lady Caddy Who Never Saw a Hole in One won best short film at Busan IFF 2013 and the Grand Prix of Tokyo Short Short FF 2014. Genre Sub Genre screened in Rotterdam, Seoul Mediacity and was awarded the Jury Prize in Arkipel International Experimental and Documentary Festival 2014. Another short, Love Story Not was screened in Busan 2015 and Rotterdam 2016. His second feature and latest film is the highly acclaimed, Istirahatlah Kata-Kata about the poet and activist Wiji Thukul. The film has screened in festivals around the world winning the the Golden Hanoman Award at the Jogja Asian Film Festival and 2016 was voted Best Film for 2016 by Tempo magazine. It took out the Best Film award in the ASEAN Film Festival in May 2017.
Andrew Mason is a producer with more than 30 years of industry experience in film and television production. He produced New Line’s kafkaesque thriller Dark City in 1998, directed by Alex Proyas. Between 1998 and 2003 he served as producer or executive producer for a string of US studio pictures including the Waschowski brothers’ The Matrix and its sequels, Matrix Reloaded and Matrix Revolutions, as well as Red Planet, Scooby Doo, Queen of the Damned, and Kangaroo Jack.
During this period he established City Productions to develop and produce Australian films, including Swimming Upstream (2001) and Danny Deckchair (2003). In 2011, Mason established Hopscotch Features in partnership with fellow producer Troy Lum and writer John Collee, and under that banner has produced Adoration (2013); I, Frankenstein, Saving Mr Banks and The Water Diviner. He has also served in a number of official roles including Deputy Chair on the board of the Screen NSW, the board of the Sydney Film Festival, and the Council of Australian Film Television & Radio School.
Fransiska ‘Cika’ Prihadi is the program director of MINIKINO (year-round screenings and workshops, with the international short film festival – 3rd Minikino Film Week in Bali, 7-14 October 2017). She’s also an architect, an entrepreneur in out-of-school learning and film appreciation. In May 2017, she represented MINIKINO as part of the selection committee for Seashorts 2017 Competition in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Sonia von Bibra
Sonia von Bibra is an Executive Producer at Clemenger BBDO. Starting her career as a fine art buyer in London, Sonia made the move to production when offered an opportunity by legendary director Fred Schepisi. After working with directors for fifteen years, she moved agency-side, joining Clemenger BBDO Melbourne 10 years ago. In that time, she has built a team of professionals including producers, editors and in-house production facilities.
As Executive Producer, Sonia has overseen some of Clemenger BBDO Melbourne’s most awarded campaigns, including TAC Graham, Tourism Victoria’s Remote Control Tourist, NAB Break Up, VB’s return to its best, Carlton Draught “Beer Chase” and MARS Snickers Hungerithm.
Professor Krishna Sen, is Dean of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Western Australia, and is an internationally recognised scholar of contemporary Indonesian and media studies. Krishna has held teaching and research positions at Murdoch and Curtin Universities, and was the Executive Director for Humanities and Creative Arts at the Australian Research Council in Canberra, just prior to taking up her position at UWA.
Krishna is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities (FAHA) and founding member of the Australian Research Council’s Asia Pacific Futures and Cultural Research Network. In 2014, Krishna was appointed to the Reference Group of the New Colombo Plan under Minister Julie Bishop. She is also a member of the Hawke Research Institute Advisory Board and serves on the editorial boards of several national and international journals.
Novi Kurnia is a lecturer and researcher at the Department of Communication Science, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences at Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. She is also a researcher at Pemantau Regulasi dan Regulator Media (PR2Media, Media Regulation and Regulator Research Centre), Yogyakarta. Kurnia finished her PhD study at Flinders University, South Australia, in 2014. Her thesis about women film directors and their films in post-New Order Indonesia. She also completed her master program at Flinders University in 2007 by writing a thesis about the discourse of polygamy in Indonesian cinema.
Kurnia is also the founder and chair-person of IF!fest (Indonesian Film Festival) held in Adelaide in 2006, 2008 & 2009. She has organised and served as a jury member for several film festivals in her hometown, Yogyakarta. Her main interest is film, media, gender and cultural studies. Her works published in national and international journals and books.
26 September: Australian Premiere, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, 6:45pm
26 September: Indonesian Premiere, Institut Français Indonesia / Lembaga Indonesia Prancis, Yogyakarta (in association with Klub DIY Menonton)
28-29 September: ASILE Conference, University of Melbourne
28-30 September: Three years of ReelOzInd! (2016-2018) | Neighbour, Water, Youth | Sleman Creative Space, Yogyakarta (in association with Klub DIY Menonton), 1-9pm
6 October: Pondok Pesantren Darussalam, Ciamis
10 October: The University of Tasmania (in association with AIYA Tas)
11 October: ISLA (Indonesian Studies and Language Association), Lower Theatre (G03), Babel building, University of Melbourne, 5:30pm
13 October: Griffith Film School Cinema, Brisbane, 5pm
13 October: SMK Negeri 3, Jember
18 October: Bamboo Shack Cafe, Bandung (in association with AIYA Jawa Barat), 7pm
18 October: Nuswantara room, 7th floor FISIP, Building B, Universitas Brawijaya, Malang, 9am
18 October: Bahasa Indonesia Student Association (BISA), Agora Theatre, Latrobe University, 6pm
19 October: You Space, Jalan Gamelan No.2, Samarinda
19 October: Multimedia Room, Atma Jaya University, Jakarta, 3:30pm
26 October: Kampus Kedua, Makassar, (in association with WITAKinotika), 9pm
28 October: Celebes Global School English Games Grand Final, @Trans Mall, Makassar, 10am
29 October : Lyneham High School, ACT
30 October: Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung
6 November: ANU Indonesia Institute and AIYA, Auditorium, China in the World Building (188), Fellows Lane, ANU, 5.30pm
7 November: Old Geology Lecture Theatre, University of Sydney, (in association with Sydney Southeast Asia Centre + AIYA NSW), 6pm
7 November: Universitas Indonesia, (Economics International Society, IMPI (International Class of Engineering), International Office FEB UI with AIYA Jakarta), Depok
9 November: Petra Little Theatre, Universitas Kristen Petra, Surabaya, 10:30pm
15 November: St Ali, Setiabudi Building One 2 GF-103A, Jalan Hr. Rasuna Said Blok Kav. 62, Jakarta (in association with AIYA), 6pm
21 November: Education Building, Flinders University, Bedford Park (in association with INTAN), Adelaide 6pm
24 November: Baylis Lecture Theatre, UWA, Perth (in association with AIYA WA), 6pm
28 November: Australia Indonesia Association Language Class, Canberra, 7pm
28 November: Atrium, Global and International Studies Building, Indiana University, 7pm
30 November: Corethics, Suite 1, Level 2, 21 Bolton Street, Newcastle, 5:30pm
4 December: Lecture Theater UMN, Universitas Multimedia Nusantara, Tangerang, 4pm (with Popsicle UMN)
7 December: Minihall Irama Indah, Denpasar, (in association with minikino + Irama Indah), 6:30pm
14 December: Cengkrama Restaurant, Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan, (in association with Ranu Welum Foundation), 5pm
15 December: Funhouse, Bega, 4pm
Daily Bread (Best Film/ Best Fiction) | Ruby Challenger (director) | Ruby Challenger
iRony (Best Animation) | Radheya Jegatheva (director/writer) | Radheya Jegatheva, Jay Jay Jegathesan, Sai Danchuk (producers)| Australia | 2017 JJ (Jega email@example.com)
Starting from Scratch (Best Documentary) | Jared Nicholson (director/ co-writer) | Scott Baskett (co-writer), Jared Nicholson (producers) | Australia | 2018
Muslimah (Best Collaboration, Special Mention Documentary) | Nur Wulandari
(director/writer) | Kinetic Collective (producer) | Indonesia, Australia | 2018
Unbalanced Corner, Unfinished Book/ Sudut Tak Sama Dalam Buku Yang Tak Terbaca (Best Young Filmmaker) | Ryan Sebastian (director/writer) | I Ketut Sathya Ananda Suputra (producers) | Indonesia | 2018
The String (Special Mention Animation) | Sani Yudha Febriani (director/writer) | Sani Yudha Febriani (producer) | Indonesia | 2017
Fire Longing in the Mist/ Barakabut (Special Mention Fiction) | Roufy Nasution (director/writer) | | Ryandi Pratama, Kennya Rinonce (producers)| Indonesia | 2018
Life of Death (Special Mention, Animation) | Jason Kiantoro, Bryan Arfiandy
(directors/writers) | Jason Kiantoro, Bryan Arfiandy (producers) | Indonesia | 2018
A Song for Isla (Special Mention Young Filmmaker) | Rosa Deverell, Sunday Cullip-Barlett (directors) | Molly Roberts, Kristine Murray-Xendis, Aishlyn Trusler (producers) | Australia | 2017
Nameless Boy (Special Mention Documentary) | Diego Batara Mahameru (director/writer) | Diego Batara Mahameru (producer) | Indonesia | 2018
Deep Condolences/ Turut Berdukacita (Special Mention Fiction) | Winner Wijaya (director/writer) | Christian Raditya, Antonius Willson (producers) | Indonesia | 2018