Indonesia 2020, 76:20
26.09.21 | 20:00
Centrum Sztuki Współczesnej ŁAŹNIA / KinoPort
ul. Strajku Dokerów 5, Gdańsk
Screenplay, direction, production:
Chonie Prysilia, Hizkia Subiyantoro
Stories of five women of different generations and backgrounds, on their childless or childfree marriage, while living on one of the world's most populous islands; Java, Indonesia. In the community where women rarely get to give an opinion on their reproductive options, living a childless marriage, voluntarily or involuntarily, puts women in an uncomfortable spotlight more than their partners. It becomes a sensitive topic they avoid most of the time. For almost all of them, this is the first time they speak freely about it. From traumas and pressures, to revelation and conclusion, through a series of animation scenes, puts the audience in touch with their untold thoughts and undocumented experiences.
A festival organizer, film producer, and director. She worked in the business & management field until 2011, then moved to Yogyakarta and pursued her art and creative interest. She marked her first involvement in animation in 2014 and became the producer of two animated shorts; ‘Roda Pantura’ (2015), ‘Lost In Sekaten’ (2019). In 2016 she co-founded and has been organising a biennial animation film festival in Yogyakarta. ‘KOSONG’ animated documentary (2020) is her directorial debut.
A designer, CG artist & director. He went to Yogyakarta Modern School of Design and Indonesian Institute of Arts. In 2009 he founded and has been leading Indonesia's largest software-based animation community. His first animated shorts 'Roda Pantura' was released in 2016. In 2016 he co-founded and became a producer of an international animation film festival in Yogyakarta. He released his second animated short ‘Lost in Sekaten’ in 2019. ‘KOSONG’ animated documentary is his first feature and documentary work.