We are pleased to announce that we have selected filmmakers teams to take part in Film London Microschool programme 2015. We have personally contacted these teams and will start the 5-day intensive school on 23 February 2015 at Binus University International Film Programme, @FX Sudirman, Lt. 6. Jl Jenderal Sudirman, Pintu Satu Senayan. 

The jury panel – consisting of Shanty Harmayn, Orlow Seunke, Riri Riza, Fauzan Zidni, John Badalu and Alex Sihar – has deliberately assessed each entry we received that offered fresh idea. We’re thankful for every submissions and supports for this programme.

All of the selected participants will join us at the Programme Launch to be held on Thursday, 18 February 2015 at XXI Club, Jakarta.

Make sure to follow our twitter (@idBritishArts link) to find more updates about Microschool!

Public Lecture

Hello film students and film enthusiasts! Meet the mentors that brought internationally acclaimed films to the world and find out more about film making in the UK. 

Venue: Binus University International Film Programme, @FX Sudirman, Lt. 6. Jl Jenderal Sudirman, Pintu Satu Senayan. Jakarta 10270

Date: 27 February 2015

Time: 14:00 – 16:00

Limited seats.

For more info and RSVP: 

Email to Hertiana.Putri@britishcouncil.or.id with subject [RSVP_microschool_public lecture], along with your name,  age, and occupation.

Microfest 

To share the joviality of having this programme, we present Microfest, a series of screenings of three British films that were produced by young and talented British filmmakers, alumni of FilmLondon Microwave program. Don’t miss the chance to catch the best of British cinema with award-winning, critically acclaimed and award-nominated films we brought for you. It’s free! So come along and spread the word! First come first served! Please come an hour before the show

CALENDAR OF SCREENINGS

Lilting

Lilting is a touching, intimate film about finding the things which bring us together.

Set in contemporary London, a Cambodian Chinese mother is mourning the untimely death of her son, when her world is suddenly disrupted by the presence of a stranger. With no common language they struggle to connect. Gradually, with the help of a translator, they piece together memories of a man they both loved dearly – and find solace in their grief.

Djakarta XXI

18 Feb | 21:30

Kineforum  

20 Feb 2015 | 14:15

21 Feb 2015 | 19:30

22 Feb 2015 | 17:00

Paviliun 28

28 Feb & 1 Mar 2015 | 19:00

 

 

Shifty

Shifty is a sharply scripted, witty, urban thriller, from writer/ director Eran Creevy. Set on the outskirts of London it follows themes of friendship and loyalty over the course of 24 hours in the life of a young drug dealer, the charismatic "Shifty".

After 4 years, Chris returns to where he grew up, it seems at first to attend a party, but his real motive is to catch up with his old buddy, Shifty, who he left behind.

Kineforum  

20 Feb 2015 | 17:00

21 Feb 2015 | 14:15

22 Feb 2015 | 19:30

At Paviliun 28

28 Feb | 21:00

 

 

Borrowed Time

The story of two totally contrasting figures who come together in the most hostile of circumstances, only to form an unlikely bond that will help them both find a way out of their respective troubles. It is a bittersweet comedy about growing up and rediscovering youth in parallel, united by the subconscious desire to seek out the missing elements in their lives

Kineforum  

20 Feb 2015 | 19:30

21 Feb 2015 | 17:00

22 Feb 2015 | 14:15

At Paviliun 28

1 Mar 2015 | 21:00

 

ABOUT FILM LONDON MICROSCHOOL

Film London Microschool programme in Indonesia is the first chance for Indonesian filmmakers to participate in this acclaimed international programme focused on capacity building for filmmakers and filmmaker teams, and is a collaborative project between British Council Indonesia and Film London. 

The ambition for Microschool is to stimulate entrepreneurial filmmaking, and to support film-makers to develop a clear vision of the audience and market for their films. The British Council is commited to contributing to the exchange of expertise and best practice between Indonesia and UK. Film London’s Microschool responds to discussions with key professionals in the Indonesian film sectors to further support the continuous growth of the Indonesian film productions. 

Following Microschool each film team will be given a report on their project from Mentors and the Film London team, with recommendations for further development of the script and package.

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