Programmer: Fransiska Prihadi is the programme director at Minikino, a Bali-based short film festival.
Programme Description: Every selected film coincidentally features characters that reflect the complexities and contradictions within the human psyche.
A teenaged girl at the cusp of her sexual awakening finds herself torn by physical attraction towards her schizophrenic uncle and romantic yearnings for a popular classmate.
Ali, a 19-year-old loner without family or friends, eventually succumbs to his isolation.
A girl lets her imagination drift away to suppressed aspirations of self-certainty.
Throughout her life, the director has come to understand that there are multiple interpretations of Islam and women’s place within the religion; and believes that every Muslim woman should be able to make her own choices when it comes to interpreting their faith.
Modern day priorities supersede the discovery of a dead body by two janitors.
Misunderstandings ensue in a girl's attempt to purchase sanitary napkins.
Death, while struggling to balance his work and family life, shares his opinions on his existence, job, and mankind.