• Garin Nugroho
  • Garin Nugroho, Still opera Jawa © SET Film Production and New Crown Hope
  • Garin Nugroho, Still opera Jawa © SET Film Production and New Crown Hope
  • A poet © Garin Nugroho

Garin Nugroho

Description
Informations
Brussels - Brussels

Brussels

09 01 '18 - 20:00

More info

Address

Centre for Fine Arts
Rue Ravenstein 23
B-1000 Brussels

Info

18:30 Introduction on Indonesian cinema by Budi Irawanto
20:00 Screening of the movie Opera Jawa

www.bozar.be

Tickets

Full price € 8,00
Reduced rate € 6,75
Article 27 € 1,25

Festival @ Vendôme

Pass 5 films € 20,00
Full Pass € 60,00

Organisation

EUROPALIA, BOZAR, Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia

Brussels

10 & 11 01 '18

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Address

Vendôme
Chaussée de Wavre 18
B-1050 Brussels

Info

10 01 '18 - 21:30 A Poet
11 01 '18 - 19:00 Requiem for Java

www.cinema-vendome.be

Tickets

Full price € 8,00
Reduced rate € 6,75
Article 27 € 1,25

Pass 5 films € 20,00
Full Pass € 60,00

Organisation

EUROPALIA, Vendôme, Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia

Acclaimed at Cannes, Berlin and Venice, Garin Nugroho’s films decipher the diversity of Indonesian cultures in a way that resonates with audiences across the world. 

Q & A with the director following the movies :

A Poet (Indonesia, 2000)

10 01 '18 - 21:45 @ Vendôme

Subtitles FR/EN

Directed by Garin Nugroho
With Ibrahim Kadir

A Poet tells the true story of the didong (a style of ballad) poet Ibrahim Kadir. He was in prison and was present during the mass killings of an estimated 500,000 suspected communists when Indonesian President Suharto came to power in 1965. His humanistic poems recreate that era.

Locarno International Film Festival Silver Leopard, Best Movie - Video
Singapore International Film Festival FIPRESCI/NETPAC Award, Garin Nugroho
Singapore International Film Festival Ibrahim Kadir, Best Actor

Opera Jawa (Indonesia, Austria, 2006)

09 01 '18 - 20:00 @ BOZAR
11 01 '18 - 19:30 @ Vendôme

Subtitles FR/EN

Directed by Garin Nugruho
With Martinus Miroto, Eko Supriyanto, Artika Sari Devi

The story told in Opera Jawa is based on the abduction of Sinta, from the Indonesian version of the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana.  Sinta is the wife of Prince Rama, the hero of the Ramayana, and the story recounts his struggle against the forces of evil to gain Sinta’s release. Opera Jawa was one of seven films commissioned by New Crowned Hope Festival Vienna 2006, celebrating the 250th birthday of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Asian Film Awards Best composer (Rahayu Supanggah)
Brussels International Independent Film Festival Best Actress
Jakarta International Film Festival Special Mention
Nantes Three Continents Festival Best Actress & Best Score
Singapore International Film Festival Best Asian Feature Film