Indonesian Documentary Film Screenings! Daughter (2017) and Nyalon (2015)
2017/03/09 @ 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Date & Time: March 9, 2017 11:30~13:30
Place: Tonan-tei, 2nd flr, Inamori Memorial Building
In Japan and Indonesia and also other Asian countries, the strong paternalistic culture puts the father-daughter relation in a complex reality. However, the difference between a strong and weak father-daughter relation has a big impact in lives of women. “Daughter” records a dialogue between the filmmaker and adult women in Japan and Indonesia about their father-daughter relations reflected from an old legend from Japan, Hase Hime and Princess Kandita from Indonesia. (60min) 2017. Dir. Ima Puspita Sari
For many years husband and wife, Dini and Kardi, who cut hair in their own respective hair saloon in Wates village, Central Java have many loyal customers who often talk freely about family gossips, local politicians and even national politics. We can see and hear blunt, honest opinions of the customers about the chaotic presidential campaign and its divisive election. At the end of the day it seems like not a bad idea to learn about politics in a hair saloon. (37min) 2015. Dir Ima Puspita Sari.
Ima Puspita Sari (Scriptwriter, Camerawoman, Director) Raised in Yogyakarta. BA in communication studies (Atma Jaya). Debuts with Nyalon. Her second film wasis, received funding from the Yoyakarta District Government (nominated as one of top 10 best films in 2015 by Cinemapoetica.
Akhmad Fesdi Angorro (Editor) Graduate of Academy of Communications. Editor of many short films. His most recent edited film, on the origin of fear was screened at Venice and Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival.
Organizer: Mario Lopez