Mandy Marahimin started working in film in 2000 as a publicist for the film “Ada Apa dengan Cinta? (What’s With Love?)”, which held the record for highest grossed Indonesian film for 6 years, and catapulted many young actors and actresses into stardom. Since then, she has worked as publicist, line producer and producer, before she decided to start her own production company in 2013, named Talamedia (was Tanakhir Films). With her current production company she has produced feature films, documentary films, and shorts. In 2013 she is also invited to become a participant in Rotterdam Lab. She now has more than 15 films under her belt.
She produced, among others, a short documentary “A Man with 12 Wives” (directed by Tonny Trimarsanto) that aired in NHK World, a short film titled "Day 3" (directed by Sigi Wimala) which aired in Astro Malaysia, and a feature documentary titled “Islands of Faith" (directed by Chairun Nissa) that was acquired by Netflix. Her latest short film, "The Sea Calls for Me" (directed by Tumpal Tampubolon), won Best Asian Short Film from Busan International Film Festival, and Best Short Film from Festival Film Indonesia (Indonesia's most prestigious film award).
She is also active as a program director for a series of short historical documentaries titled Buried Chapters, which produces films about hidden histories in Indonesia. She was also an interim executive director of In-Docs.