5th Indonesian Film Festival

Under the Tree
Under the Tree

Now in it's fifth year, the Indonesian Film Festival continues to shine a light on one of our nearest neighbours.

Exploring issues of religion, mysticism, gender and identity, this program spans familiar genres, such as documentary and action, but with a unique Indonesian spin.





Friday 20 August - Thursday 26 August 2010
Opening night: $20
Closing night: $18
General sessions: $15
Shorts session: $10
Festival passport: $50 (valid for four sessions, excludes opening and closing nights)

Please note: Festival passes can only be purchased by phone (03 8663 2583) or in person at the ACMI Tickets & Information Desk.

7 Hearts, 7 Loves, 7 Women (7 Hati, 7 Cinta, 7 Wanita)

A woman who is sceptical about romance and marriage learns the true meaning of love.


My Dearest (Demi dewi)

A father who has lost his child sets off a dramatic chain of events in this intense action-thriller.


At the Very Bottom of Everything (Di dasar segalanya)

This experimental drama journeys into the troubled mind of a woman struggling with mental illness.


Shorts Program

Join us for a selection of the best new short films from Indonesia.


Shackled Woman (Perempuan dalam pasungan)

A woman is physically shackled by her father to 'cure' her state of mind in this provocative tale.


Under the Tree (Di bawah pohon)

Three women travel to Bali and become immersed in the island's mysticism.


 
 
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