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by Salim Said

Author: Salim Said
Language: English
Publisher: Festival of Indonesia Foundation; First edition (presumed; no earlier dates stated) edition (1991)
Pages: 46 pages
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Projected Radiance: Eleven Indonesian Films, notes and Synopses Aspects of Indonesian Culture: Cinema.

Projected Radiance: Eleven Indonesian Films, notes and Synopses. These are program notes for a traveling program of Indonesian films as organized by the Asia Society of New York and the UCLA Film and Television archive for The Festival of Indonesia 1990-1991. Aspects of Indonesian Culture: Cinema.

"Beeld En Geluid" (in Dutch). Retrieved 4 January 2019. Said, Salim; McGlynn, John . Heider, Karl G (1991). Cinema of Indonesia: Eleven Indonesian Films, Notes & Synopses. New York: Festival of Indonesia Foundation. ISBN 978-1-879578-00-5. Said, McGlynn & Heider 1991, p. 3. ^ Ismail 1983, pp. 54–56.

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Specifically, I am interested with aspects of return homeland tou rism that intersect with identity dynamics (ethnic, religious and national identity, especially). A short book offering students and visitors an d introduction to key historical and cultural themes in Indonesia. The book is part of the Key Issues in Asian Studies series (Ass ociation for Asian Studies) and will be out in Sp 2019.

In decade, Indonesian cinema was dominated by serial electronic cinema . Heider, Karl G. (1991). Indonesian Cinema: National Culture on Screen. Profil Dunia Film Indonesia (in Indonesian). Jakarta: Grafiti Pers.

In decade, Indonesian cinema was dominated by serial electronic cinema (sinetron). Multivision Plus under Raam Punjabi, controlled one of many cinema companies who produced sinetron.

Heider, Karl G (1991). Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

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Like American movies, Indonesian films reflect the understandings and concerns of the culture and era in which they . This anthropological approach to Indonesian film opens up the medium of Asian cinema to a new group of scholars.

Like American movies, Indonesian films reflect the understandings and concerns of the culture and era in which they are made. Indonesian Cinema should be of interest to social scientists, Asianists, film scholars, and anyone concerned with the role of popular culture in developing countries.

David Hanan's book provides a chronology of Indonesian film history from the moment of its birth - a. .This book explores ways in which diverse regional cultures in Indonesia and their histories have been expressed in film since the early 1950s.

My films, Meta-Ekologi and Dongeng dari Dirah, are discussed in depth and I find here a reflective space which more fully understands my own films. It also explores underlying cultural dominants within the new nation, established at the end of 1949 with the achievement of independence from Dutch colonialism.

Cinema of Indonesia has a long history. Local Japanese-sponsored film production (other than newsreels) remained essentially negligible and the domestic exhibition market was too underdeveloped to be financially viable. Though film industry is currently the fastest-growing sub-sector of creative economy of Indonesia, it went through a long struggling period.