Films shot in Indonesia

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  1. 30 hari mencari cinta

    30 hari mencari cinta (2004)


    30 hari mencari cinta (roughly translated as Looking For Love in 30 Days) is a 2004 Indonesian romantic comedy film drama directed by Upi Avianto and starring Maria Agnes. Music for the film was composed by Andi Rianto.

  2. A Balinese Trance Seance

    A Balinese Trance Seance (1981)


    A Balinese Trance Seance is a documentary film by ethnographic filmmaker the late Tim Asch that profiles Jero Tapakan, a Balinese spirit medium. It was one of five films that were made with Jero Tapakan and were considered to be exemplary ethnographic film

  3. A Poet

    A Poet (2000)

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    Puisi Tak Terkuburkan (literally Unburied Poetry; released in English as A Poet: Unconcealed Poetry) is a 2000 award winning Indonesian documentary/drama directed by Garin Nugroho in black and white. At the 2001 Singapore International Film Festival the film won the FIPRESCI Prize and the Silver Screen Award for Best Asian Actor which went to the poet Ibrahim Kadir, who played himself. The film was also nominated at for the Silver Screen Award for Best Asian Feature Film, while Nugroho won the Silver Leopard Video Award at the Locarno International Film Festival.

  4. Ada Apa dengan Cinta?

    Ada Apa dengan Cinta? (2002)


    What's Up with Love? (Indonesian: Ada Apa dengan Cinta?) is a 2002 Indonesian film directed by Rudy Soedjarwo. The Indonesian title is a play on words, as Cinta (Indonesian for "love") is also the name of the main character. As such, the title can be translated as "What's Up with Love?" as well as "What's Up with Cinta?", meaning the person. The film is coloured with Indonesian mainstream as well as sidestream values, elements of classical culture and politics, and real issues encountered in teen life. The film raised censorship controversies among conservative Muslims in Indonesia, being the first Indonesian teen movie that featured a kissing scene. The movie is known as Beautiful Days in Japan. Shortly after its success, What's Up with Love? was adapted into a sinetron (soap opera) version, starring

  5. After the Dark

    After the Dark (2013)


    After the Dark (formerly known as The Philosophers) is a science fiction psychological thriller film written and directed by John Huddles. This is Huddles' third feature film and stars Sophie Lowe, Rhys Wakefield, Bonnie Wright, James D'Arcy, Daryl Sabara, Freddie Stroma, Cinta Laura and Katie Findlay. The film premiered in competition at Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival on 7 July 2013. The film also premiered at Fantasy Filmfest on 21 August 2013. The film was released on February 7, 2014 in the United States.

  6. Alex Cross

    Alex Cross (2012)


    Alex Cross is a 2012 American crime thriller film directed by Rob Cohen and starring Tyler Perry as the titular character and Matthew Fox as the villain Picasso. The adapted screenplay was written by Marc Moss and Kerry Williamson. This is the third film appearance of the character Alex Cross, the main character in a series of novels by James Patterson. Cross was previously portrayed by Morgan Freeman in Kiss the Girls (1997) and Along Came a Spider (2001). In 2010, Idris Elba was hired to play Cross but he was replaced by Perry. Filming took place in 2011. The film was released on October 19, 2012 in the United States and Canada.

  7. Alexandria

    Alexandria (2005)


    Alexandria is a 2005 Indonesian film, featuring a soundtrack by Indonesian pop rock band, Peterpan.

  8. Amphibious Creature of the Deep

    Amphibious Creature of the Deep (2010)


    Amphibious is a 2010 creature thriller film which is directed by Brian Yuzna and written by Yuzna, John Penney, Somtow Sucharitkul and San Fu Maltha. It stars Francis Magee, Janna Fassaert and Michael Paré.

  9. Anak-anak Borobudur

    Anak-anak Borobudur (2007)


    Anak-Anak Borobudur is a 2007 Indonesian film.

  10. Angkerbatu

    Angkerbatu (2007)


    Angker Batu is a 2007 Indonesian horror film directed by Jose Poernomo.

  11. Badai-Selatan

    Badai-Selatan (1962)


    Badai-Selatan is a 1962 Indonesian horror film directed by Sofia W.D. It was entered into the 12th Berlin International Film Festival.

  12. Banyu Biru

    Banyu Biru (2005)


    Banyu Biru is a 2005 Indonesian film.

  13. Baraka

    Baraka (1992)


    Baraka is a 1992 non-narrative documentary film directed by Ron Fricke. The film is often compared to Koyaanisqatsi, the first of the Qatsi films by Godfrey Reggio for which Fricke was cinematographer. Baraka was the first film in over twenty years to be photographed in the 70mm Todd-AO format, and the first film ever to be restored and scanned at 8K resolution.

  14. Bibir Mer

    Bibir Mer (1992)


    Mer's Lips (Indonesian: Bibir Mer) is a 1992 Indonesian film directed by Arifin C. Noer. It was Indonesia's submission to the 65th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

  15. Biola tak berdawai

    Biola tak berdawai (2003)


    Biola Tak Berdawai (English: The Stringless Violin) is an Indonesian film directed by Sekar Ayu Asmara. It was released by Kalyana Shira Film on 22 March 2003, with wider release on 4 April. Telling the story of a rape victim who attempts to use music to heal an autistic boy, it was shown at the Cairo International Film Festival, where it secured a Best New Director award for Asmara. It was also Indonesia's submission to 76th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film.

  16. Bird-Man Tale

    Bird-Man Tale (2002)


    Aku Ingin Menciummu Sekali Saja (English: I Want To Kiss You Once) is a 2002 Indonesian comedy-crime film directed by Garin Nugroho.

  17. Brownies

    Brownies (2005)


    Brownies is a 2004 Indonesian film directed by Hanung Bramantyo. It is about a career woman who falls for an entrepreneur over their mutual love of brownies.

  18. Bulan tertusuk ilalang

    Bulan tertusuk ilalang (1995)


    Bulan tertusuk ilalang is a 1995 award winning Indonesian film directed by Garin Nugroho. Nugroho won the FIPRESCI Prize Forum of New Cinema at the Berlin International Film Festival in 1996.

  19. Ca-bau-kan

    Ca-bau-kan (2002)


    Ca-bau-kan also known as The Courtesan is a 2002 Indonesian romantic drama film, directed by Nia Dinata, and starring Niniek L. Karim, Ferry Salim and Lola Amaria. It was distributed by Kalyana Shira Film and released on February 7, 2002 in Jakarta. The film was screened at the 2003 Palm Springs International Film Festival.

  20. Catatan si boy

    Catatan si boy (1987)


    Catatan si boy is a 1987 Indonesian action film drama directed by Nasri Cheppy and starring Didi Petet. The film, a success, spawned five sequels. The film was inspired by a popular radio drama show of the same name broadcast by Radio Prambors from June 1985 to the late 80's. As with the radio show, Catatan si Boy chronicled the life of the main character "Boy". Boy is the only son of a very rich Indonesian family. His family owns a conglomerate of companies in many industries. In the movie, Boy is portrayed as the "perfect" boy: rich, handsome, kind, religious and popular among girls.

  21. Cinta dalam sepotong roti

    Cinta dalam sepotong roti (1992)


    Cinta dalam sepotong roti is a 1991 Indonesian road film directed by Garin Nugroho.

  22. D'Girlz Begins

    D'Girlz Begins (2006)


    D'Girlz Begins is a 2006 Indonesian action film comedy directed by Tengku Firmansyah. Stars include Jajang C. Noer and Didi Petet.

  23. Dead Time: Kala

    Dead Time: Kala (2007)


    Kala (Dead Time: Kala), or also known as (The Secret) is a 2007 Indonesian film noir thriller directed by Joko Anwar and starring Fachri Albar, Ario Bayu, Shanty and Fahrani. It was the second feature film for Joko, who previously directed the 2005 comedy film, Joni's Promise.

  24. Demi cinta belahlah dadaku

    Demi cinta belahlah dadaku (1991)


    Demi cinta belahlah dadaku is a 1991 Indonesian drama film directed by Nasri Cheppy.

  25. Eat Pray Love

    Eat Pray Love (2010)


    Eat Pray Love is a 2010 American romantic comedy-drama film starring Julia Roberts as Elizabeth Gilbert, based on Gilbert's best-selling memoir of the same name. Ryan Murphy co-wrote and directed the film, which opened in the United States on August 13, 2010.

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