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Southeast Asian Cinema and Muslim Perspective

It seems that, compared with South or East Asia, the Southeast Asia region is not as popular when people talk about films. And, if one talks about Islam, the cases of Muslims in Southeast Asian countries, in many cases, are considered peripheral, so far with “the epicentrum” of Islam, compared to Middle Eastern Muslims.

However, located in strategic places, the cultural expressions and stories of Muslims in this area are unique and enriched with “local flavour”. The experiences of Muslims as either a majority or the minority are seasoned by one-of-a-kind social dynamics that exist only in Southeast Asia. This program is dedicated to sample the flavour of life of the Southeast Asian Muslims.

— Dr. Ekky Imanjaya
Board of Festival

08oktober19:0019:00 Madani MisbarProgramTenggaraTenggara: "A Boarding School" (Pesantren)

09oktober16:3016:30 Metropole XXIProgramTenggaraOnde Mande

09oktober19:0019:00 Kineforum: Studio Sjuman DjayaProgramTenggara“Ininnawa: An Island Calling” & “Diponegoro 1830”Q&A dengan Sutradara

10oktober14:0014:00 Kineforum: Studio Asrul SaniProgramTenggaraTenggara Short Compilation : “Jangan Tanya Jangan Canang”, “Terikat”, “Sarung”, “Warisan”, & “Tak Lapuk Dek Hujan, Tak Lekang Dek Panas”

10oktober16:0016:00 Madani MisbarProgramTalks,TenggaraTalks: Asia Tenggara, Sinema dan Perspektif MuslimPembicara: Brillante Mendoza, Ratih Kumala, Tito Imanda

10oktober18:3018:30 Madani MisbarProgramTenggaraMindanaoQ&A dengan Sutradara

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