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    OPENING CEREMONY

    At Empire XXI, 1 December 2014

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    QUEUE AUDIENCE

    Cinema One, EMPIRE XXI

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  • Screening-XXI-JAFF-14

    MOVIE SCREENING

    At EMPIRE XXI

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  • Openair-Cinema-JAFF-14

    OPEN AIR CINEMA

    At Kampung Nitiprayan, Kasihan, Bantul

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  • Screening-TBY-JAFF-14

    MOVIE SCREENING

    At Taman Budaya Yogyakarta

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  • Public-Lecturee-JAFF-14

    PUBLIC LECTURE

    The Art Film Distribution, at Taman Budaya Yogyakarta

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    JAFF 2014 AWARD NIGHT

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    CLOSING NIGHT


Hasil Penjurian The 9th Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival (JAFF)

Yogyakarta, 6 Desember 2014. The 9th Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival (JAFF) yang malam ini rencananya akan ditutup di Empire XXI Yogyakarta, diharapkan dapat membantu masyarakat dan filmmaker Asia untuk lebih saling mengenal lebih dekat lagi.  Read More

Hari Ke-2 JAFF: Pengunjung Public Lecture dan Film Siti yang Membludak

Yogyakarta, 2 Desember 2014. Memasuki hari ke–2 The 9th Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival di gelar di empat tempat sekaligus, yaitu di Empire XXI, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Bentara Budaya, di Desa Wisata Sidoakur, Godean Yogyakarta. Read More

The 9th Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival (JAFF) Resmi Dibuka

Yogyakarta, 1 Desember 2014. Sekitar pukul 20:00 WIB, seremoni pembukaan The 9th Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival (JAFF) dibuka di Empire XXI dengan sambutan dari Japan Foundation yang diwakili oleh Nurul Qomari.   Read More

The 9th Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival (JAFF) Akan Digelar

YOGYAKARTA, 28 November 2014. Festival film ini pertama kali digelar pada 2006 atas inisiasi dari tokoh-tokoh yang tak asing di dunia sinema seperti Garin Nugroho, Budi Irawanto, Philip Cheah, dan Ifa Isfansyah.  Read More

garin_nugrohoMESSAGE FROM FESTIVAL PRESIDENT

:: Garin Nugroho

The Long Road of Japanese Influence on Indonesian Film Culture

The history of Indonesian cinema was built by Dutch Colonialism and Japanese Occupation that laid the foundation of film culture – the way to conceptualise, act and make a film. Read More

budiirawantoMESSAGE FROM FESTIVAL DIRECTOR

:: Budi Irawanto

(Re)Gazing At Asian Cinema

Watching films is not just being passively absorbed by the story or being amused by film stars. It is also an active practice: to gaze upon the subject on the screen. Women activists and feminist filmmakers Read More

philipcheahMESSAGE FROM FESTIVAL CURATOR

:: Philip Cheah

The New Independent Mainstream

Earlier this year, I was trying to write a snapshot history of several South East Asian cinemas when I realized that several names don’t exist in the common commentaries. Read More