Found 12 films | Currently viewing films from Indonesia
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    Art Through Our Eyes

    / National Gallery of Singapore*
    *Filmmakers in Attendance

    Art and film coalesce in this anthology of shorts by five heavyweights of Southeast Asian cinema.

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    Headshot

    / Shaw Theatres Lido
    Cast in attendance

    An adrenaline-fuelled actioner that promises plenty of stylised fight scenes starring Indonesia’s very own martial arts expert Iko Uwais.

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    Interchange

    / Marina Bay Sands*
    *Filmmaker and Cast in Attendance
    Tickets on sale from 28 October.

    The supernatural and the subterranean collide in the heart of a mysterious Malaysian metropolis.

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    Nokas

    / The Arts House
    / Filmgarde Bugis+*
    *Filmmaker and Cast in Attendance


    A simple union between a young man and his beloved becomes complicated when age-old traditions hinder their development.

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    Southeast Asian Short Film Competition Programme 1

    / National Gallery of Singapore*
    *Filmmakers in Attendance

    Gain an insight into the mythical realm and political landscapes through the eyes of the following Southeast Asian filmmakers.

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    Southeast Asian Short Film Competition Programme 2

    / National Gallery of Singapore*
    *Filmmakers in Attendance

    The complexities of the human condition observed within the cultural context of the Asian psyche.

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    Southeast Asian Short Film Competition Programme 3

    / National Gallery of Singapore*
    *Filmmakers in Attendance

    Fragments of uncertainty, loss and belonging weave themselves intensely through these stories.

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    Three Sassy Sisters

    / Shaw Theatres Lido*
    *Filmmaker and Cast in Attendance

    Girl power clashes with traditional family values in this fun and vibrant musical, inspired by Usmar Ismail’s classic from 1956.

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    Tiga Dara

    / National Museum of Singapore
    With Introduction

    An inter-generational comedy from a trailblazer in Indonesia’s cinematic history that dispels the stereotypes of the opposite sexes in love.