As part of the Victorian Government’s Education Week 2021, the Australia-Indonesia Centre will a ReelOzInd! Retrospective screening and Q&A sessions on Tuesday, 25 May 2021.
The session will take place between 12.15 – 2:00 pm on Tuesday, 25 May 2021 and will be held at the ACMI Gandel Lab 1, within Federation Square in Melbourne’s CBD.
Update: We’re sadly booked out, but teachers and film buffs can host their own online screenings using the resources below.
Additional information and teacher’s resources
Teacher Resource Guide: English | Bahasa Indonesia
Full ReelOzInd! 2017 festival reel
Entangled (Special Mention, Animation) | Jenae Hall (director/screenwriter) | Rosalie Osman (producer) | 2016 | Australia | 1:00
Lost/ Hilang (Best Fiction, Special Mention, Best Collaboration) | Rose Clynes (director/screenwriter) | Jonathan Soerjoko (director/ producer) | 2017 | Indonesia/Australia | 9:50
Somersault (Special Mention, Fiction) | Kate Lefoe (director/ writer) | Honeylyn Lisson (producer) | 2017 | Australia | 6:30
Mukhtar’s Story (Special Mention, Documentary) | Tim Barretto (director) | Ben Mortley (producer/ writer) | Melanie Filler (producer/ writer) | 2016 | Australia/Indonesia | 3:30
Tour on Mud/ Ojek Lusi (Special Mention, Documentary) | Winner Wijaya (director/ writer) | Antonius Willson (producer/ writer) | Cornelius Kurnia (writer) | 2017 | Indonesia | 10:00
Bocor/ Leak (Special Mention, Youth) | Alif Abrar (director) Rifqi Athallah (director) | Dito Ramadhan (director) | SMA MUHAMMADIYAH 2 SURABAYA (producer) | 2017 | Indonesia | 4:30
The Hotel’s Water (Special Mention, Fiction) | Roufy Nasution (director/ writer) | Mawar Putih (producer)| 2017 | Indonesia | 9:00
Arohuai (Best Documentary, Best Collaboration, Co-Best Film) | Dery Prananda (director/writer) | Kartika Pratiwi (writer/ producer) | 2017 | Australia/ Indonesia | 10:00
Aquiesence (Best Animation, Co-Best Film) | Fierrany Halita (producer/director/screenwriter) | 2016 | Indonesia | 7:40
Host a virtual session
If you’re unable to attend an in-person session, you can use the resources above alongside the Retrospective Education Week 2021 program found below.
About Education Week 2021
Now in its 77th year, Education Week aims to positively profile and celebrate the strengths and achievements of Victoria’s government education sector.
This year Education Week runs from 23-29 May. The theme ‘Building Connections’ focuses on how the community can act as a support network, support students’ learning and development and enhance social inclusion.
Education Week is an opportunity for all primary and secondary schools, higher education, and early childhood services to showcase how they are building connections with the community around them.
The Australia-Indonesia Centre will be celebrating Education Week with an abridged ReelOzInd! 2017 program and associated learning program designed to illustrate and strengthen bonds between Australia and Indonesia.
Use the hashtag #edweekvic to get involved on social media.
For more information and to access the calendar of free activities, visit the Education Week 2021 website.