The Jakarta Post ‘My Film, My Nation’: A Workshop to Improve Indonesia Film

November 7, 2012

The Jakarta Post

The film and television industry have frequently captured social issues from the perspectives of filmmakers and television producers, who do not necessarily reflect the real situation in a particular place or country, which can lead to the creation of various stereotypical images and prejudices, a noted filmmaker and educator said. Read the full article. 

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