3 DAY INTERNATIONAL INDIGENOUS FILM FESTIVAL – 26th – 28th January 2018
In partnership with Handcrafted Films, If not us then who, and Infis.
The first ever Indigenous film festival in Bali will showcase a series of carefully selected films which will highlight the struggles that indigenous people face in Indonesia and around the world, communicate the wisdom and knowledge of the first nations people, and bring together film makers in a sharing of their projects and opportunities to work together in the future.
The emphasis will be on supporting young indigenous film makers in Indonesia and profits from the festival will go back to supporting these young people in the struggle to tell their stories and come up with solutions that will benefit many communities throughout Indonesia.
Friday, 26th: 200k (incl. Traditional Dance & 2 films)
India Odisha Film only with Director 100k
Tickets for individual films: 50k (non-redeem)
or 150k for films with Q&A with director
Day Pass tickets: 350k (Allows entry to all films shown on that day)
Three-Day pass for entry to all films;
At the door: 800k
Early bird: 600k (before Dec. 25th)
17.00 – 17.30 Official Opening Dayak Dance
Opening remarks by David Metcalf and Een from INFIS
17.30 Long Saan + Q&A with the Director, Erick Est & David Metcalf Photography
2017 | 60min | Documentary | Not Rated
Director: Erick Est
This film is a celebration of indigenous cultures love and connection with the land. A personal journey about Philius the Dayak man from the Omah Long tribe as he makes his way back home to the original forests where he grew up to pay his respects to his mother who died when he was young and visit the burial grounds of his ancestors.
19.30 INDIA – ODISHA: The struggle facing indigenous communities in this region of India.
Presented by Surya Shankar Dash and Soumya Mallick from Odesha.
Surya Shankar Dash will be a special guest at the Indigenous film festival and will be accompanied by an indigenous film maker from Odisha, India. They will make a live interactive presentation to illustrate the 13-year-old experience of the collective in using films, documentaries and visual storytelling to bear witness to injustices and atrocities, to archive the modern history of our times from the indigenous perspective as opposed to govt propaganda and corporate media blitzkriegs, to use video as a tool of advocacy as well as evidence in legal engagements, to reach out within the larger community of indigenous people locally, regionally, nationally as well as globally. In the presentation several short videos made by indigenous people as well as those arising from collaborative efforts of indigenous people’s movements will be exhibited.