The ReelOzInd! Short Film Competition and Festival seeks to raise awareness and improve understanding between the peoples of both countries. It offers a platform for Australians and Indonesians to share their own stories by way of this most compelling and creative medium, short film.
ReelOzInd! aimed to enhance the already significant range of cultural exchange programs, events and activities that bring Indonesians and Australians together.
Short film is increasingly popular and accessible for both the creation of stories and for viewing them. Internet and mobile technology means literally anyone with a mobile phone or tablet can be a filmmaker and view film anytime and anywhere.
ReelOzInd! engaged people from a wide range of backgrounds – from students to more established filmmakers – in a competition that showcases their talents before audiences in Australia and Indonesia and also to a worldwide online audience.
This festival is unique. There is no other festival that brings Australian and Indonesian filmmakers together to share their work and stories in the same forum.
After the success of the inaugural ReelOzInd Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition and Festival in 2016, The Australia-Indonesia Centre is excited to announce its return in 2017. The inaugural ReelOzInd! saw hundreds of entries from both nations and a shortlist of films screened in over a dozen cities in Australia and Indonesia. A global […]
Indonesian filmmakers Dery Prananda and Kartika Pratiwi have been announced as the recipients of the 2017 John Darling fellowships, and will undertake an intensive course in ‘Video-making as Research’ at Monash University’s School of Film and Journalism. The John Darling Fellowships were first offered in 2013, and again in 2015, in honour of the Australian-born filmmaker who lived […]
From August to November 2016, across 14 cities and 17 screenings, the ReelOzInd! Short Film Festival connected Australians and Indonesians through short film. Born out of the ReelOzInd! Short Film Competition, which ran from April to July 2016 and received hundreds of submissions, the Film Festival shared snapshots of life across both countries through a […]
The ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition congratulated the winners at premieres in Melbourne and Surabaya, before sending the festival to all corners of both countries. Following the exciting competition phase, which generated hundreds of entries, the ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition announced the shortlist, special mentions and winners during two premiere screenings in […]
ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition and Festival is proud to announce premiere screenings at Melbourne’s Australian Centre for the Moving Image and Surabaya’s Petra Little Theatre at Universitas Kristen Petra. The Australian premiere festival screening will be hosted by Australian Centre for the Moving Image at Federation Square, Melbourne on Sunday 21 August, including the announcement of the jury selection […]
The Australia-Indonesia Centre and ReelOzInd! Short Film Competition and Festival announce a creative industry forum at ACMI X on Tuesday 23 August. The forum, titled ‘Fostering Australia-Indonesia connections through film and the creative economy’, will take place at the new, innovative ACMI X co-working space developed by the Australian Centre for the Moving Image. Sponsored by […]
Prominent Indonesian producer Mira Lesmana and director Riri Riza talk about ReelOzInd!, and Indonesian Ambassador to Australia H.E. Nadjib Riphat Kesoema lends his support. At an event at Kinosaurus in Jakarta on Friday 15 April, Riri Riza and Mira Lesmana appeared on a panel to discuss short film and announce the opening of submissions for the […]
Indonesian hit filmmakers Mira Lesmana and Riri Riza (Ada Apa dengan Cinta?) and esteemed Australian producer Andrew Mason (Matrix, The Water Diviner) lead the judges’ list for a ground-breaking new film competition. The ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition aims to give aspiring filmmakers the opportunity to share their stories away from the stereotypes, […]