Learning Outcomes :
Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to be able to: Discuss the cultural-social-political importance of certain filmmakers in Indonesian film history, as well as relevant historical milestones from the Dutch colonial era until the post-1998 era; demonstrate archive-led research practice in the context of Indonesian film history; compare and contrast representations of different cultural and political situations in Indonesian cinema.
- Early Cinema Period in the Dutch Indies;
- Films in the Dutch Colonial Era;
- Films in the Japanese Occupation Era;
- Usmar Ismail and National Cinema;
- Archive Visit;
- Indonesian cinema in the 195s;
- Indonesian cinema and Political Polarization in the 196s;
- Indonesian Cinema in the Early New Order Era;
- 198’s: Realist Cinema and Indonesian Auteurs;
- 198s: Indonesian Exploitation and Cult Cinema;
- 199s: Garin Nugroho and Sexploitation;
- Indonesian Cinema in the Early Reformation Era;
- Final Project Workshop.
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