The Indonesian Film Festival is Australia’s largest celebration of Indonesian screen culture.
For more than a decade the festival has rolled into town offering an annual buffet of Indonesian content, raising awareness of the country’s burgeoning – but often overlooked – film culture.
The Opening Night film at this year’s festival, which runs from April 5 to April 10 at Melbourne’s ACMI Cinemas, is the gnarly looking sci-fi Foxtrot Six.
Based in a future Indonesia, where a maniacal political leader has seized control of the country, the trailer is packed full of action and grunt.
Each screening will be introduced by a festival guest and will include a Q&A.
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