Bitter, sweet, and bittersweet, Fikri Jermadi is captivated by ‘Posesif’, directed by the first person he knows to have only one name.
Fikri Jermadi saw Joko Anwar’s latest flick between his fingers, then tapped his fingers on the keyboard to write this review.
In the penultimate of a series of interviews, Elise Shick talks to Sidi Salleh about his formative filmmaking experience, his involvement with the 3rd Young Filmmakers Workshop as a mentor, and how he got involved with his fellow Indonesian filmmaker, Edwin.
In the second and final part of our talk with Yudho Aditya, we discuss the rest of his extensive filmography, the challenges he faced in bringing ‘Pria’ to life, and what’s next for the prolific filmmaker
With his latest film, ‘Pria’, released to critical acclaim, we sat down with filmmaker Yudho Aditya for the first part of an extensive chat on his filmmaking career thus far, his issues traversing different planes of identities, and his thoughts on how gay films could be better made.
Fikri Jermadi is excited about Yudho Aditya’s ‘Pria’. This is why.
Indonesian filmmaker Rizka Sutiarso talks about her nascent filmmaking experience, the idea behind her film ‘Parallel Cities’, and the differences between Indonesian and Australian contexts of filmmaking.
Concluding his adventure of the 2017 SeaShorts Film Festival selections, Fikri Jermadi shares his thoughts on these thought-provoking films.