FILMOGRAPHY

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THE FLAME

Documentary I 75 min. I 2021 

Iber Djamal (77), part of the indigenous communities in Borneo, risking the rest of his life to get rights to his customary forest. But his family and people in his village believe he is too old to fight back.  

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RABIAH & MIMI

Documentary I 24 min. I 2021 

“Rabiah and Mimi” explores the story of a family who have dedicated their lives to providing healthcare in the remote islands of the Flores Sea.

JAPAN VERSION

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SILENT BLUES OF THE OCEAN

Documentary I 27 min. I 2016 

A traditional fishing lost their home and access to the sea due to the expending reclamation project on Makassar’s coastline. But now they have to survive in a city, without an ocean that was once both their field and backyard.

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PAOTERE
(THE FISH MARKET)

Documentary I 16 min. I 2009 

Reza (9 years old) and Arfah (12 years old) are two little boys bearing huge responsibilities. Both of them have to work from dawn to dusk in the fish market, and to take any kind of job they can get. They have a family to feed, and their own dreams to live.

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SUSTER APUNG
(THE FLOATING NURSE)

Documentary I 15 min. I 2006 

Hj. Rabiah has served as a nurse for more than 30 years on a the remote islands in the middle of the Flores Sea, Indonesia. She has to break through the fierce sea waves and fight the limits of her authority as a nurse and must adapt to the lack of health facilities in this remote place.