Indonesia 5th Edition
The Science Film Festival in Indonesia was organized by the Goethe-Institut Indonesien in cooperation with Mercedes-Benz, HiLo School, the Embassy of the Federal Republic Germany in Jakarta, Institut Français Indonesia, Santika Indonesia Hotels & Resorts, Universitas Paramadina, KUARK and Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana as official festival partners. The Festival was officially opened by Anies Baswedan, Indonesian Minister of Culture and Primary & Secondary education.
The Science Film festival screenings reached 59 175 visitors across Indonesia and took place from November 13 to November 28, 2014, in 37 cities throughout Indonesia in coordination with 29 venue partners. The screenings and experiment activities were carried out by volunteers from Universitas Paramadina.
Apni Jaya Putra
Apni Jaya Putra is mostly known as the creator of documentaries on TV ...
Eugene De Moby Montaro
Eugene De Moby Montaro, nick name Moby, is a student at Jubilee School in Kemayoran ...
Feri Latief is a freelance photo journalist. His images and articles have been published by several media outlets ...
Apni Jaya Putra
General Manager KompasTV
Apni Jaya Putra is mostly known as the creator of documentaries on TV. In 2004, he set up the department for documentaries at RCTI, where he and his award-winning team quickly gained recognition when under Apni’s guidance, the department won the gold medal at the Aljazeera Documentary Festival. This tradition and success was brought by Apni to KompasTV where he moved in 2010. During his time at the new TV station, Apni was once again able to receive many accolades for his work. The peak of his career came in Bengkulu in 2014, when he was awarded the “Piala Adinegoro” prize which was handed to him personally by Indonesia’s former president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono for his documentary on the forgotten people of Atambua.
Eugene De Moby Montaro
Student at Jubilee School Kemayoran, Jakarta
Eugene De Moby Montaro, nick name Moby, is a student at Jubilee School in Kemayoran. Moby is 9 years old and currently in Grade 3 at the Full English Program. His passion includes movies, music and sports; especially football and water sports. His interest in movies started when he was still in kindergarten, as he was introduced to movies by his father, who is in the film industry. Moby also learns Mandarin in school so he can understand basic Mandarin language. He loves to play the piano and his dream is to become a music teacher for children living in villages.
Feri Latief is a freelance photo journalist. His images and articles have been published by several media outlets, like the National Geographic Indonesia, Reader’s Digest Indonesia, Voice of Human Rights, as well as newspapers such as KOMPAS, TEMPO, The Jakarta Globe, The Jakarta Post etc. He has received many awards for his journalistic work already, including “Apresiasi Jurnalis Jakarta” award in 2010. Currently, he is focusing on his activities for the Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI). Feri also likes to travel around Indonesia and share his knowledge about photo journalism in the remote areas of the country that he visits.
Journalist and Documentary Filmmaker
Ucu Agustin wrote for magazines and newspaper since she was a college student, majoring in Islamic study. After graduating, she continued her career as a journalist and became a self-taught documentary filmmaker. Ucu experimented with short documentary films. "Farewell My School" was Ucu's first children's documentary, which premiered at IDFA 2013.
Trisa Permata Suhadi
Student of SMAK 3 BPK Penabur Jakarta
Trisa Permata Suhadi, nickname Trisa, is a student of SMAK 3 BPK Penabur Jakarta, located in Gunung Sahari. Trisa is 15 years old and is part of the SMAK 3 Science Program. She is also part of the SMAK 3 Student Council as the secretary of Section 4: Science and Technology and a member of the girls’ basketball club. Her interests include music, science and languages. She loves playing the flute and is currently interested in learning wind instruments.