The best of recent German films in cinemas from Jakarta to Bali.
Nusasonic is a multi-year project that plunges into a broad spectrum of experimental sound and music cultures in Southeast Asia, enabling dialogue within the region, with Europe.
The Science Film Festival Call for Entries 2018 is now closed and selections are ongoing in all participating countries. The festival received a record breaking 278 films from 24 countries this year. We thank all filmmakers and producers for their entries and participation. The official selection will be announced in August.
The “5 Islands / 5 villages” project examines the different perspectives concerning periphery and distance as well as time and timeliness using the medium of documentary film. This is a collaborative project initiated in 2015 that includes Goethe-Institut Indonesien, HFBK Hamburg (Hochschule für Bildende Künste Hamburg), Universitas Indonesia and In-Docs.
Data penetrates and influences every facet of society. Increasingly more governmental and non-governmental bodies make their data accessible to the public, which in turn enables actors from civil society to use it.
The Goethe-Institut has embarked on a journey of discovery in South-East Asia to explore new ways to adopt and promote classical music.
Games have become an asset that enables a global networked industry gains billions in profit. Games are used to convey information and facilitate learning.
This on-line anthology aims to give an insight into the rich world of stories from the Indonesian Archipelago, taking the reader to different islands, ethnic groups, languages and religions
Southeast Asia is a region in which textiles play a hugely important role. Not only are textiles produced in many countries, but there is also rapid consumption of textiles in cosmopolitan cities.
is a joint project of Goethe-Institut Bandung and Institut Francais d'Indonesie (Bandung) that is funded by the Élysée Fund.
Insights into and information about contemporary styles of dance in the Asia-Pacific region and in Germany
Mutual Unknown exhibition is derived from “Mutual Unknown” - a term proposed by the CuratorsLAB to refer to the fact that we have still yet to learn properly about each other.