We’re so used to seeing famous tourist landmarks replicated in Indonesia, so how about a bit of Indonesia in another country?
Q&A: ReelOzInd! 2020 Jim Schiller Prize for Best Young Filmmaker winners Bertrand Valentino & Jonggi Mk
Getun was written and directed by 18-year-old Bertrand Valentino (above left), while Kisah sekolah dalam tiga babak / The story of the school in three acts was written and produced by 18-year-old Jonggi Mk (above right),
Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) once again showed its credibility and excellence in the world of Indonesian robotics.
Indonesia will soon allow movie theatres in capital Jakarta to reopen after five months as the authorities look beyond rising number of infections to focus on steps to revive an economy hobbled by the coronavirus outbreak.
Even as the global pandemic rages on, film festivals are finding ways to bring people together, albeit virtually, like this year’s edition of the ReelOzInd! Short Film Competition and Festival.
Results from studies, especially those funded by the state, should be available widely for public; not just scholars, but everyone, writes an ITB researcher .
Twenty-four films were shortlisted from over 150 submissions, and from those five category winners were announced at the weekend’s Festival Premiere.
As men, especially in formal sectors, lose their jobs, many wives are going back to work, doing whatever they can do, including making cakes or selling food products online.
The 15-year-old broke records in the girls’ 50 meter, 100 m and 200 m breaststroke, despite having had to stop training for 10 weeks due to the pandemic in Australia.
It is possible that the pandemic could end up further entrenching cleavages which have riven Indonesia’s religious and political life in recent years.
The price of gold has soared, fuelling a boom in illegal panning in rivers near US company Freeport’s Grasberg mine and other places in Indonesia.
An AIC research program looks into the challenges that face rural young people in South Sulawesi forced to return home due to COVID-19.
Indonesian women carry the burden of unpaid work, including care-giving, due to persistent gender inequality in Indonesian society and segregation in the labour market.
Indonesia’s biggest YouTube star Atta Halilintar on fame, fortune, his mistakes – and why he’s not happy any more
Atta Halilintar has 25.5 million subscribers on a channel that earns him up to an estimated US$1.6 million a month.