List of film directors of the Dutch East Indies
Twenty-nine people are recorded as having directed fictional films in the Dutch East Indies between 1926, when L. Heuveldorp released Loetoeng Kasaroeng, the colony's first domestically produced film,...
List of film directors of the Dutch East Indies - Wikipedia
Joko Anwar
Joko Anwar (born January 3, 1976) is an Indonesian filmmaker.
Joko Anwar was born in 3 January 1976 in a poor area in Medan, North Sumatera where he grew up watching kung fu movies and horror fil...
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Sekar Ayu Asmara
Sekar Ayu Asmara is an Indonesian songwriter, director, and author.
Asmara was born in Jakarta to a diplomat and his wife. She accompanied her father to foreign countries when he received an assig...
Ifa Isfansyah
Ifa Isfansyah (born Yogyakarta, 1979) is an Indonesian film director. Initially a maker of short films, his first featured film, Garuda di Dadaku (Garuda on my Chest), was released in 2009. His follow...
Deddy Mizwar
Deddy Mizwar (born March 5, 1955) is an Indonesian actor film director in Indonesia, born of an Indo father and Betawi mother. He is the Chairman of Indonesia's National Film Council (Badan Pertimbang...
Rudy Soedjarwo
Rudianto Soedjarwo (born 9 November 1971) is an Indonesian film director. He became popular after directed a teens movie What's Up with Love? (2002).
Arifin C. Noer
Arifin Chairin Noer, commonly known as Arifin C. Noer (born 10 March 1941 in Cirebon, West Java and died in Jakarta, Indonesia on 28 May 1995) was an Indonesian poet, theater director and highly succe...
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Hanny Saputra
Hanny R. Saputra (born 11 May 1965) is an Indonesian director. One of his films, Under the Protection of Ka'Bah, was Indonesia's submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in the ...
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Eros Djarot
Eros Djarot (born Rangkasbitung, Banten, 22 July 1950) is an Indonesian songwriter, director and politician. Beginning his music career with the soundtrack of Kawin Lari in 1976, Djarot became famous ...
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Tan Tjoei Hock
Tan Tjoei Hock (15 April 1908 – 1984) was a Chinese-Indonesian journalist and filmmaker. Born in Batavia, he was discovered by The Teng Chun in the late 1930s. Tan became one of the most producti...
Aryo Danusiri
Aryo Danusiri (born 26 September 1973) is an Indonesian film director.He started his first documentary, Village Goat Takes The Beating, about Aceh human rights violations, in 1999. This documentary wa...
Nia Dinata
Nurkurniati Aisyah Dewi (born 4 March 1970 in Jakarta, Indonesia), better known as Nia Dinata, is an award-winning Indonesian film director. Her movies are known for tackling subjects controversial or...
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Mohammad Said Hamid Junid
Mohammad Said Hamid Junid (17 June 1902 – after 1962), often credited as Moh. Said HJ, was a film director, storywriter, and actor active in the early cinema of Indonesia. After an unsuccessful c...
Inoe Perbatasari
Raden Inoe Perbatasari (before 1929–1954) was an Indonesian politician turned film director and actor.Perbatasari, who had a background in journalism and had previously led the dailies Oetoesan Indone...
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Andjar Asmara
Abisin Abbas ([aˈbisɪn aˈbas]; 26 February 1902 – 20 October 1961), better known by his pseudonym Andjar Asmara ([anˈdʒar asˈmara]), was a dramatist and filmmaker active in the cinema of the Dutc...
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Garin Nugroho
Garin Nugroho Riyanto (born 6 June 1961), better known as Garin Nugroho, is an award-winning Indonesian film director.
Nugroho was born in Yogyakarta, Special Region of Yogyakarta on 6 June 1961....
Playboy Indonesia
Playboy Indonesia is a franchise of Playboy magazine in Indonesia. It is published by Velvet Silver Media and edited by Erwin Arnada. This edition of the magazine is notable in that it features no nud...
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The Teng Chun
The Teng Chun (Chinese: 鄭丁春; pinyin: Zhèng Dīngchūn; 18 June 1902 – 25 February 1977), also known by his Indonesian name Tahyar Idris, was a Chinese Indonesian film producer. Born to a ri...
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Nico Pelamonia
Nico Pelamonia (born 16 March 1940) is an Indonesian actor turned film director who won the Citra Award for Best Director in 1976 for his film Semalam di Malaysia. He has been involved in 33 feat...
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