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FPI Attacked the Q! Film Festival
— March 06, 2012
Q! Film Festival is a festival showcasing LGBT, HIV/AIDS and human rights films in Indonesia. Filmmaker Ucu Agustin followed the chatters and suspense when members of the Islamic Defenders' Front (FPI) rallied outside of the two Q! Film Festival Jakarta venues in Goethe Institute and Erasmus Huis Dutch Cultural Center on September 28, 2010. Although the organisers cancelled several film screenings afterwards, they still managed to continue with most of the festival programs.
— May 18, 2014
A vox pop video in celebration of International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia 2014.
Effort for Love (English Subtitle)
— June 13, 2011
Effort for Love (Mengusahakan Cinta) is the first documentary in the At Stake documentary series. Ruwati and Riantini are two migrant workers who work as domestic helpers in Hong Kong. They are well paid and the bread winner for the family in Java. From the outside, we see them as accomplished women. But they are facing dilemmas in their love life.
He is Still My Son
Rikky Muchammad Fajar
— March 20, 2012
Asianti Purwantini is a mother who has a gay child. At first, she was depressed about it, but she eventually accepted her son.
Ourvoice Indonesia - The Launching of Transgender Health Manual
Rikky Muchammad Fajar
— June 14, 2011
This video was taken from the launch of the health instruction handbook for transgender which was initiated by WPF, Yayasan Srikandi Sejati and Srikandi Youth Center. This event wash held at Badminton Court, Menteng Pulo, Central Jakarta on January 15, 2011.
The Queer of Balide Church
Casa de Producao Audiovisual
— May 05, 2011
Susi is an extraordinary transgender who lives in the gate of Balide Church. Born as a female trapped in a male body within a Catholic society, she does not let her sexuality prevent her devotion to the church. A priest gave her a space near the front gate of the church so that she can manage her beauty parlor as well as help decorate the church at every occasion.
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