Category: Indonesia Films
“The Act of Killing” blends the horrific & the absurd in a disturbing cocktail addressing the political turmoil in Indonesia in 1965. (on 3/26)
Join us for a classic film set when the Sukarno regime was shaky and the war in Viet Nam was just heating up. (Film screens on 3/19)
On Oct. 2 we will screen an outstanding animated flick based on the Ramayana feat. Indonesian shadow puppets!
In East Java, Indonesia lies Kawah Ijen, an active volcano that houses a grueling, labor-intensive sulfur mining operation
Uwais plays an upstanding cop who is part of a SWAT team in Jakarta. The officers must infiltrate a slum apartment building that houses a gangland overlord…
The storyline follows three families living in a village in Semarang, Central Java…
Wednesday, October 24, 2012 @ 6:30 PM
Center for Korean Studies Building, UHM
Join us this Wednesday for “Of Love and Eggs”, an Indonesian film from 2004. Co-sponsored by Muslim Societies of Asia and the Pacific.
Indonesian students learn to use film as a window into contemporary religious relations in Southeast Asia.
CSEAS 2012 Film Series presents Sang Pencerah (The Enlightener)