Indonesia
Pre-Jury

​A pre-jury of more than 30 local science education and science communication professionals from the participating countries are closely involved in the selection of the films.

In Indonesia the pre-jury in 2019 consisted of the following members:
Ni Made Aisha Almira Cinta

Born in 2010, Ni Made Aisha Almira Cinta, or Cinta for short, is now a third grader in Harapan Mulia Elementary in Denpasar. With her exuberant personality, she makes friends easily with anyone she meets. She is a passionate reader and loves dancing, painting, and watching movies.

She’s also keen on adventuring in open nature and enjoys flying fox, snorkling, and camping. Her dream is to one day become a world traveler.

Ni Made Aisha Almira Cinta

Student, Harapan Mulia Elementary, Denpasar

Fatchiah E. Kertamuda

Fatchiah E. Kertamuda is a Deputy Rector at Paramadina University and teaches a class in Psychology. She’s been a part of the Science Film Festival since Paramadina University regularly partners with Goethe-Institut in organizing the festival. Science Film Festival provides selected Paramadina University students with the opportunity to be part of a collective effort that promotes the message that science is fun, broadens knowledge, and builds the creativity of young minds.

Fatchiah believes that SFF is a valuable program for her students and most importantly for Indonesian children who get to experience films on science. She hopes that the knowledge that SFF brings can help advancing Indonesia.

Fatchiah E. Kertamuda

Deputy Rector for Academic and Student Affairs, Paramadina University

Zamrud Setya Negara

Adopting the stage name Kak Yaya, Zamrud Setya Negara has been part of the story-telling and arts community since 1988. Aside from his work at the National Gallery of Indonesia, he is also a Story Teller, National Trainer, and Educational and Arts Motivator, and story-telling is always incorporated throughout his work.

His day-to-day activities, experience, and accomplishments in those fields reflect his consistency and commitment in arts and education. From his incessant creative drive comes passion to share art and knowledge with others.

Kak Yaya is proud and honored to be involved in the Goethe-Institut-initiated Science Film Festival. It is an opportunity for him to continue contributing to children’s education and to inspire the audience.

Zamrud Setya Negara

Exhibition and Partnership Section Head, National Gallery of Indonesia

Wafin M. Yaqzan

Wafin found his love of arts at a young age. Not just music in general, Wafin, born in 2008, is also an enthusiast of the Islamic music tradition hadroh. Now a student in Al Falah Islamic Elementary in Kebon Jeruk, West Jakarta, Wafin frequently performs with his group for events in and outside of school.

Moreover, Wafin has represented his school in Qoran memorizing and reading competitions and has won several awards.

Wafin has attended SFF film screening at Paramadina University before, an experience he found to be special and memorable. He is more than pleased to join the panel of judges to select the movies for SFF 2019.

Wafin M. Yaqzan

Student, Al-Falah Islamic Elementary