Indonesia’s kebaya supporters are pushing for their country to join a multinational bid to nominate the traditional costume for Unesco’s intangible cultural heritage list.
Five years after his death, a new version of Gurrumul’s Bayini shines light on Indigenous Australia’s pre-colonial ties with Indonesia
Thanks to a new release of Rraywun Maymuru’s song Bayini performed by Gurrumul Yunupingu, the little-known relationship between Australia’s First Nations people and the Makassar of the Indonesian archipelago is back in the spotlight.
Timnas bulu tangkis Indonesia menyisakan Christian Adinata dan Ikhsan Leonardo Imanuel Rumbay untuk berlaga hingga babak 16 besar nomor tunggal putra Australian Open 2022, di Sydney, Kamis.
Autobiografi, film istimewa yang diproduksi oleh anggota juri ReelOzInd! tahun 2021 Yulia Evina Bhara, telah memenangkan penghargaan Fiksi Terbaik di Festival Film Adelaide. Penghargaan ini mengikuti pemutaran di Festival Film Busan dan Venesia tahun ini.
From the power of music to the cry of war victims, Minikino Film Week’s eighth edition offers a tasteful selection of its award-winning shorts.
People flocked the courtyard of Jakarta Theater in Taman Ismail Marzuki, South Jakarta, on Tuesday afternoon to witness the total lunar eclipse.
Little has been written publicly about Indonesia’s feminist history, and 21-year-old Indonesian media practitioner, Nikita Yusman, is determined to change that.
Sri Dean berbincang dengan Gaston Soehadi, Australia-Indonesia Centre ReelOzInd! Fellow (Indonesia), tentang tema festival film pendek Australia-Indonesia tahun ini.
Agenda for growth: Matching Indonesia’s need to upskill with Australian institutions looking for new partnerships
The annual conference of Australia’s and Indonesia’s national business body (AIBC) is covering education and how the countries can work together. Read more
The ReelOzInd! 2022 Australia-Indonesia Short Film Festival is in full swing, launching with successful premieres in both Melbourne and Malang on Saturday, before embarking on our pop-up festival of screenings.
Southeast Asia’s biggest literary festival, in Bali, is back, after going online during the pandemic
This year the festival returns to Ubud – known as Bali’s centre of traditional culture for its numerous historical sites and art museums – with an on-the-ground program hosted by more than 100 writers, thinkers and artists.