Nusantara
July 2019

Nusantara in Javanese, Kapuluang Malay in Tagalog, the Malay Archipelago to various historic western interlopers: these names all refer to the teeming Pacific island chain spanning from Indochina to Australia. A place of biological and cultural diversity that crosses continents between Asian and Australian geologic and natural history influences. A region on the front lines of the rising tides and unpredictable weather of climate change. A series of unique film cultures revealing many surprises.

Nusantara
Lembusura
Wregas Bhanuteja
Nusantara
Hiwa
Jacqueline Lentzou
Nusantara
Flutter Echoes and Notes Concerning Nature
Amir Pohan
Nusantara
Lost in Words
Ivyy Chen
Nusantara
Paleonaut
Eric McEver
Nusantara
Paradoxical
Mu-Ming Tsai
Nusantara
Mental Black Hole
Zoey Lin
Nusantara
Disconnector
Faiyaz Jafri
Nusantara
Kara
Khairulhakim
Nusantara
Orang Rimba: People of the Forest
Isaac Kerlow
Nusantara
Amarta
Bambang "ipoenk" K.M
Nusantara
Can You Hear Me?
Yu-Hsin Chuang
Nusantara
Sequence Sago
Daniel Grossman, Rebecca Grossman
Nusantara
The Great Escape
Wei Keong Tan
Nusantara
River of Exploding Durians
Edmund Yeo
Nusantara
Slow Rings
Susan Sun
Nusantara
Leonardo's Formula
Yu Ka Man, Kwan Tsz Ching, Wong Ka Yiu
Nusantara
Eclipse
Jerrold Chang
Nusantara
Ways of Seeing
Jerrold Chong
Nusantara
Anubumin
Zanny Begg, Oliver Ressler
Nusantara
WANTOKS: dance of resilience in Melanesia
Iara Lee
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