6th Indonesian Film Festival

Boy's Diary
Boy's Diary
Now in its sixth year, the Indonesian Film Festival returns with the finest selection of new and classic Indonesian cinema.

This year's program includes films by award-winning directors exploring social, religious and mythical elements of Indonesian culture.

Friday 19 August - Thursday 25 August 2011
Single Sessions: Full $15 ACMI Members $11
Festival Passport $40 (excludes opening and closing nights)
Opening Night Film $20
Closing Night Film $18
Shorts Session (BelkiBolang) $10

NB > Passes can only be purchased by phone (03 8663 2583) or in person at the ACMI Tickets Information Desk. All sessions must be selected at time of booking.

Border (Batas)

This film tells the story of a woman venturing into the cultures of a hidden region.

Boy's Diary (Catatan harian si boy)

With the help of an old diary, a group of friends go in search of a legend.

The Perfect House

Julie's life is threated when she learns a very dark secret about the home in which she is employed.

Redemption (Tebus)

A film revolving around a famous businessman and how his own arrogance could cause his downfall.


A session of short films about the lives, loves and stories of Jakarta's urban dwellers.

? Question Mark (Tanda Tanya)

Three families try to find common ground despite their religious differences.

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