Fahri, a dedicated Indonesian student of the Koran in Cairo, is busy translating religious books when his family prods him to think of marriage.
Nagabonar, a rapscallion pickpocket from Batak and a (self-proclaimed) general during Indonesia’s War of Independence, raised his son, Bonaga, alone, after his wife…
April 9, 12:00 p.m. Presented by Professor Aya Kimura, University of Hawaii
Murder, Bigamy, Pedophilia and Betrayal: The Missing Chief’s House from Hilimondregeraya, Nias, Indonesia
A narrative of high art and high achievement – with a heavy overlay of criminality and debauchery â€“ about the unique remnants of a once great chief’s house from Nias, Indonesia.
Robin Moran’s comedy proudly takes its template from Hollywood, celebrating its old-fashioned sensibility.
Sex, Violence, Horror and Midget Assassins!
This live shadow puppet adaptation of Shakespeare’s play about a sorcerer and dethroned duke, who has been banished with his daughter to an enchanted island.
Inspired by the terrorist bombing which killed over 200 people in Bali in December 2002, LONG ROAD TO HEAVEN weaves together the stories of three characters …
Denias was Indonesia’s official selection for the Oscar for Best Foreign Film for the Academy Awards.
Based on interviews with communities in Southeast Sulawesi, Lance Noldeâ€™s talk explores the idea of Sama-Bajau identity from the 1930s until the present and their experience with national development and environmental conservation efforts.