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OPENING CEREMONY | KAUM – Indonesian Alternative Film & Performance Festival
17. August 18:00 - 22:00
The KAUM Indonesian Alternative Performance & Film Festival organised by the Soydivision collective aims to raise underrepresented voices in the Indonesian society on issues related to the environment, the Chinese-Indonesian society, East Indonesia, Feminism, and LGBTQ+. These different topics translate into the categories of the festival: dare to be conscious, dare to be different, dare to be east, dare to be equal, dare to be oneself!
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OPENING CEREMONY (18:00 – 18:30)
YOU AND I (2020)— FANNY CHOTIMAH (18:30 – 20:00)
→ Opening Film / Feature Documentary / 76 min / english subtitles
Kaminah and Kusdalini, former Indonesian political detainees, meet in prison and then inseparable for more than half of a century. Despite life’s vicissitudes, they show the beauty of growing old which comes with consequences.
Fanny Chotimah was born in Bandung and is currently living in Solo, East Java. She works as a freelance writer. Some of her works were published in local and national newspapers and included in some of the Anthology books. She involves in literary, women issues, and film community. “You and I” is her directorial debut.
TARING PADI (X) SOYDIVISION FEAT J MOOG PRIBADI (21:00 – 22:00)
→ Performance / 60 min / english
Taring Padi was founded by students, art workers and pro-democracy activists on December 21, 1998 in Yogyakarta - Indonesia under the formal name of Taring Padi People’s Cultural Institute. This movement was galvanized by the political struggles during Indonesian Reformasi. In 2003, Taring Padi became an open, voluntary, emancipatory and participatory collective. The group uses art and people’s culture as tools for advocating human rights, gender equity, democracy, social justice, environmental sustainability and solidarity without boundaries.
Soydivision is a performing art collective consisting of Berlin-based Indonesians, positioning itself in the intersection of art and activism. As a registered UG, Soydivision curated performances, organized workshops, culinary art activities, film screening, and discussion sessions. Their diasporic point of views offer an alternative approach to contemporary challenges through art, inviting a new kind of dialogues and engagement
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Funded by: #TakePart funding program by Fonds Darstellende Künste
Partners: Queer Asia, European Solidarity Corps, In-Docs, Minikino, Jakarta Feminist