Cinema comes out of the dark ages
THE JAKARTA POST
PREMIUM In the 1970s and 1980s, the Indonesian film industry experienced its so-called "golden age", turning out several quality flicks - a trend replicated in the 2000s. A few decades ago, the Indonesian Film Festival (FFI) with its coveted trophy, Piala Citra, was a highly anticipated and prestigious event for every one connected to the local film community. But during the 1990s, the bright li...
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