The lovely Sapphira Singgih performed as an opening with her band, sang 4 soundtracks each from different movies and TV which were "Jolene" from Whip It, "Mrs Robinson" from The Graduate, "Sea Lion Woman" from Grey's Anatomy, and our personal favorite "Tiny Dancer" from Almost Famous. The main event quickly began as the film screening started rolling.
Then a brief Q&A session with all the young filmmakers was held after the screenings done, followed by workshops from speakers, such as Yayu Unru (professional acting coach), Kamila Andini (movie director), and Marcel Chandrawinata (actor). A couple guests also participant in the acting workshop with the speakers. It was a great exprerience and a great enthusiasm feeling coming from the room.
DEMOCRACY IS YET TO LEARN
A JOURNEY THROUGH JAKARTA
Dir. Febian Nurrahman Saktinegara
Dir. Andra Fembriarto
INDONESIA NOT ISLAMIC STATE
Dir. Jason Iskandar
WALTZ IN D
IT COULD HAVE BEEN A PERFECT WORLD
With all that much positive feedback, we're hoping there will be more event like this in the future. Where we (as the youth) could express our emotions and ideas through the process of filmmaking. "We don't need to have high education for filmmaking. If we have ideas, what we need to prepare is the courage to do it." Explore your creativity, be the first one to inspire. Long live Indonesian films!