A ReelOzInd winner and judge is off to the Cannes Film Festival this month after her short film, MumLife, was selected for a section called La Cinef that recognises emerging talent from film schools around the world.
Eid al-Fitr is normally a joyful celebration — for those in Australia returning to Indonesia for the first time since the pandemic, it is also a period of grieving for the loved ones they have lost.
ReelOzInd 2022 jury announced, comprised of academics, filmmakers and writers from Australia and Indonesia
The Australia-Indonesia Centre and ReelOzInd! are proud to announce the ReelOzInd! 2022 jury, an expert group of filmmakers, critics and artists.
Indonesia plans to transform the remote Pitu village near Yogyakarta into a living museum, as part of efforts to preserve its ancestral heritage.
The Republic of Indonesia wants to be known as the “gastronomic destination of the world” and needs Melbourne’s help to do so.
Mudik 2022 in Indonesia: People on the move at 85.5 million; air travelers are up to 3.42 million; cars on the road at 23 million; motorcycles on the road at 17 million.
Museum of Indonesian Arts (MIA) kembali hadir dengan eksibisi pertamanya pada tahun ini dengan tema “Indian Influences in Indonesian Arts”.
The explanation of the human genetic changes that allowed the Bajau to adapt to this life was published in 2019. All but one of researchers came from developed economies. The one local researcher had no relevant disciplinary background and was there as logistical support.
Indonesian Muslim dress follows the rules of Muslim fashion however the patterns in the clothes show that the style and uniqueness in each region of the archipelago.
ReelOzInd! Short Film Competition and Festival is back in 2022 and can’t wait to share its festival of short films with audiences in Indonesia, Australia and beyond. This year our theme is ‘suara/voice’.
Chinese electric vehicle maker Nio uses a tropical climbing plant found deep in the jungles of Indonesia in its new sedan, which may lay claim to being its most unique feature.
Tokyo Verdy chose to introduce Indonesian defender Pratama Arhan to Japanese media as well as 30 Indonesian outlets participating through Zoom — a sign of just how strongly both club and country believe in the 20-year-old’s potential not only as a player, but as someone who can deepen ties between Japan and Southeast Asia’s most populous nation.