Some of the world’s oldest and most significant rock art, created by ancient civilisations in South Sulawesi, is being destroyed at an alarming rate due to the impacts of climate change.
The announcement that the United States (US), United Kingdom (UK) and Australia have entered a landmark security pact (AUKUS) in the Indo-Pacific came as a surprise to most Australians, let alone our friends in the Indo-Pacific.
INDONESIA KAYA and PASSPORT TO BROADWAY’s musical theatre program returns with a new Online & Offline Musical Theater Conservatory after their successful 2019 program.
ReelOzInd! 2021 jury member Yulia Evina Bhara recently featured on Indonesia at Melbourne’s Talking Indonesia podcast, as hosted by festival director Jemma Purdey.
Based on Eka Kurniawan’s book Seperti Dendam, Rindu Harus Dibayar Tuntas (Like Revenge, Longing Must Be Paid in Full), the movie centers on Ajo Kawir (Mathino Lio), a twenty-something man from the outskirts of Bandung.
COVID-19 has posed numerous challenges across the globe. The pandemic and its associated restrictions have changed the way we work, study, socialise, and interact.
While Asian Australians continue to be underrepresented in leadership positions, some young women have managed to break through the “bamboo ceiling”.
Now, almost four decades after his murder, one of Papua’s most important cultural figures is being recognised by the wider public.
Monkeys at the Ubud Monkey Forest began to invade residents’ houses as they started to run out of food supply.
Three years after the Indonesian island of Lombok was devastated by earthquakes, a team of Australian and Indonesian charity organisations have set up Asia’s first sustainable and earthquake-resistant school on the island.
ReelOzInd! 2021 returns for its sixth year with an online festival that premieres on Sunday 10 October 2021 at 1pm WIB / 5.00 pm AEDT.