Monday, December 4, 2017 | 09.00 – 11.00 | PERPUSTAKAAN PUSAT UGM

Tony Rayns

Tony Rayns

Speaker

Tony Rayns is a London-based director, critic, and film festival programmer who has a deep interest in East Asian cinema. He has written articles on periodicals such as Sight & Sound, Cinema Scope, Film Comment, and Artforum; he has also written books on Korean, Chinese, and Japanese movies. He directed the documentary film The Jang Sun-Woo Variations (2001) and recently showed a love affair for East Asian films by publishing a book on Wang Ji-wi’s works on Hwa Jae-yun (2000). Tony Rayns worked as a programmer for the Vancouver International Film Festival from 1989 to 2016; he has selected East Asian films and led the competition for the Dragons & Tigers Awards at the Vancouver International Film Festival for 20 years. He helped launching the 1st Busan ​​International Film Festival, which started in 1996, and has continued to lead the Busan ​​International Film Festival as a Festival Advisor. He received the Kawata Awards in Japan in 2004 and another award from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan in 2008; he was recognized for his contributions to East Asian films.

 

Tony Rayns ialah seorang sutradara, kritikus, dan programmer festival film yang tinggal di London. Ia memiliki ketertarikan khusus pada film-film Asia Timur. Ia menulis sejumlah artikel untuk beberapa terbitan berkala seperti Sight & Sound, Cinema Scope, Film Comment, and Artforum, serta menulis buku dengan topik perfilman Korea, Cina, dan Jepang. Ia menyutradarai film dokumenter The Jang Sun-Woo Variations (2001) dan belakangan menunjukkan minatnya pada film Asia Timur dengan menerbitkan buku tentang karya Wang Ji-wi dalam Hwa Jae-yun (2000). Tony Rayns bekerja sebagai programmer di Vancouver International Film Festival sejak tahun 1989 hingga 2016; ia menyeleksi film-film Asia Timur dan menyelenggarakan kompetisi untuk Dragon & Tiger Awards dalam festival tersebut selama 20 tahun. Ia juga turut membidani lahirnya Busan International Film Festival pertama pada tahun 1996 dan melanjutkan kerjanya di festival tersebut sebagai Penasihat Festival. Ia dianugerahi Kawata Awards di Jepang pada tahun 2004, menerima penghargaan dari Kementerian Luar Negeri Jepang tahun 2008, dan dikenal karena kontribusinya dalam perfilman Asia Timur.

 

Garin Nugroho

Garin Nugroho

Speaker

After finishing high school in Semarang, Garin Nugroho went to Jakarta to learn about movie in the Faculty of Cinematography in Jakarta Arts Institute (graduated in 1985). Eager to learn more, Garin, who was born in Yogyakarta, studied in the Faculty of Law in the University of Indonesia (graduated in 1991). Garin started his directing career through documentary productions. People began to know his name after his first feature, Cinta Dalam Sepotong Roti (1990). The film instantly earned the title of Film Terbaik (Best Movie) in Festival Film Indonesia 1991. His second film, Surat untuk Bidadari (1992), brought him to the international stage. Starting from that moment, he gained an incredible fame paving his way to various international film festivals. In the sestercentennial celebration of Mozart (2006), he earned a place among the world’s six ‘innovative directors’ to make movies, an opportunity that gave birth to Opera Jawa. In the end of 2006, Garin co-founded Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival.

 

Setelah selesai menempuh pendidikan sekolah menengah di Semarang, Garin Nugroho merantau ke Jakarta untuk belajar film di Fakultas Sinematografi, Institut Kesenian Jakarta (selesai pada tahun 1985). Pria kelahiran Yogyakarta ini merasa tidak cukup hanya belajar film. Garin juga mengikuti pendidikan di Fakultas Hukum Universitas Indonesia (selesai tahun 1991). Garin memulai karier sebagai sutradara lewat produksi film dokumenter. Namanya mulai dikenal setelah produksi film panjang pertamanya, Cinta dalam Sepotong Roti (1990). Film tersebut langsung mendapat penghargaan Film Terbaik di Festival Film Indonesia 1991. Film keduanya, Surat untuk Bidadari (1992), membawa Garin ke dunia panggung film internasional. Sejak itu, namanya melejit dan merambah ke berbagai festival film internasional. Pada Perayaan 250 tahun Mozart (2006), Garin terpilih menjadi salah satu dari enam ‘innovative directors’ dunia untuk membuat film, yang kemudian melahirkan Opera Jawa. Di akhir tahun 2006, Garin ikut mendirikan Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival.

 

Rukman Rosadi

Rukman Rosadi

Speaker

Rukman Rosadi is an active lecturer at Indonesian Institute of the Arts, Yogyakarta. He is an Indonesian film and theatre actor, acting trainer, theatre director, and handicraft producer. He founded Saturday Acting Club. As an actor, his filmography includes Sokola Rimba (2013), Soegija (2012), Jokowi (2013), and Ziarah (2017).

 

Rukman Rosadi merupakan seorang dosen aktif di Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta. Ia juga merupakan seorang aktor film and teater, pelatih akting, sutradara teater, dan pembuat kerajinan tangan asal Indonesia. Sebagai aktor, ia pernah membintangi beberapa film, di antaranya Sokola Rimba (2013), Soegija (2012), Jokowi (2013), dan Ziarah (2017).