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October 12, 2014

Welcome to BaliNale 2014

 One of the biggest event is in the air in Bali
 The Indonesia's International Film Festival Balinale 2014 
The theme of Balinale 2014 is "Focus on Women"
acknowledging the enormous contribution women make in all aspects of the creative industries.

Jacop Maugeri, Tya ArifinRobby Sugara, Kia Poetry, Inzalna Balqis Dhoni Ramadhan, Alexa d'Heureuse, ,  JUPE JULIA PEREZ, and Dian Permata Ramadhan      October 12 - October 18th. 2014
For those who happen to reside in Bali or go on vacation or honeymoon are cordially invited to watch the world's movies at Balinale 2014  XXI Beachwalk, Kuta Bali

Welcome to BaliNale Film Festival 2014 
You are gonna love the Best World's Movies  
All our award winning foreign films are shown with English subtitles. Some also offer Bahasa Indonesia. 

We have 60 wonderful films for you to choose from. Visit our Ticket Outlets at: Beachwalk Kuta Bali Booth & Cinema 21, Paradiso Ubud, Festival Sanur Office or Biku Seminyak 

The weeklong festival will take place at Cinema XXI Beachwalk Kuta in Bali from Oct.12 to 18.

It will screen a total of 59 films, 23 of which will be screened for the first time in Asia. Three movies will have their world premieres at the event, and two are international premieres.

“We had 37 films last year, and this year we have 59. The festival features indie movies, fiction, documentaries, short and feature length films in the line-up,” festival director and co-founder Deborah Gabinetti said at a press conference recently.

Manto Acuífero (The Well) from Mexico by 2010 Caméra d’Or-winning director Michael Rowe will open the festival with its Asian premiere.

Other Asian firsts include Perjalanan from the Netherlands, the United Kingdom’s Oney Anwar Chasing the Dream, Germany’s Slow, Desert Haiku from the US and La Voix Des Steppes from Kazakhstan.

World premieres at the festival are David Dawkins’ The Wedding Contract: A Balinese Love Story from the US, Volcanic Rock Breakers of Batur from Indonesia and Ideas Are That Great from Puerto Rico. Meanwhile, Obama Mama and Te Awa Tupua: Voices from the River are set for international premieres at Balinale.

The annual festival will also screen movies that have won or have been nominated for international awards, such as A Girl at My Door — a South Korean drama film directed by July Jung, which was nominated in this year’s Un Certain Regard at Cannes; 2014 Oscar winner La Grande Bellezza and BAFTA nominee The Book Thief.

Indonesian films feature prominently at the festival. Eight local films will be featured at Balinale, some of which have been screened in local cinemas, such as 12 Menit Kemenangan untuk Selamanya (12 Minutes for Forever), Bajaj Bajuri The Movie and Slank Nggak Ada Matinya (Slank Never Dies).

In addition, movies about the diversity of Indonesia will also feature at the festival, including Volcanic Rock Breakers of Batur and Coronation of the 49th Sultans of Ternate.

“We want to show the diversity of Indonesia through this festival,” Gabinetti said.

Festivalgoers will also get a sneak preview of the upcoming

“The film is still in the post-production phase, so we can only screen it for around 30 minutes,” said the movie’s director, X-Jo.  
The First Film in Indonesia which has utilized Computer-generated imagery (CGI).

Smailing Tour is standing by and ready to transport our visiting filmmakers & guests.
This year, the festival is themed “Focus on Women” to acknowledge the enormous creative contribution women make in all aspects of the film industry.

 “There are many women who are involved in this industry, not only as actresses or directors, but also scriptwriters, cinematographers and production crewmembers,” Gabinetti said.

Influential women in the film industry, including Jill Gwen Braginets of Fox Searchlight Pictures, which produced 12 Years A Slave and Slumdog Millionaire, and Donna Smith, the first woman to be in charge of physical production for Universal Pictures, will share their perspectives in seminars held as part of the festival.

The organizer of the Bali International Film Festival (Balinale) has promoted the event at the Cannes International Film Festival in France from May 14 through May 25.

A member of the organizing committee,Ari Syarif, told Antara news agency in France that the Balinale festival had first been introduced to the international film community in 2007.
Participants of the festival mostly come from ASEAN Southeast Asian nations. “But, so many prominent figures in America and Europe are eager to participate in the Balinale film festival,” Ari said.

The Balinale was founded by Indonesian movie star Christine Hakim and Bali-based producer Deborah Gabinetti.
 Deborah has been involved in the film industry for a long time
Savages" Universal Pictures (USA) directed by Oliver Stone, "Alex Cross" QED Productions (USA) directed by Rob Cohen, “Eat Pray Love” Sony Pictures Entertainment (USA), produced by Plan B Entertainment. “Born to be Wild” Warner Bros IMAX (USA), “Under the Sea 3D” Warner Bros Imax (Howard Hall Productions, USA), “Disney Weekend” (Ark Pictures Limited, Singapore and Walt Disney Company), “Bali Destination” Bondi Lifeguard Television Series (Cordell Jigsaw, Australia), “Tri Sisters” Television Series (Globo TV, Brazil), ‘Taboo” Television Series (Beyond Productions, Australia),“Monster Quest: Real Dragons”, Television Series (Whitewolf Entertainment, USA), “Oh My God”, Feature Film, (Peter Rodger Films, UK), “Samsara”, Feature Film, (Mark Madigson Films USA)

Specialties:Film and Television production services, research, location scouting, casting, permit facilitation for filming in Indonesia. Professional Associations; Asian Film Commissions Network, SAG – AFTRA, ASEAN Film Festival, Asian Film Awards, Asia Pacific Screen Awards, AFCI, BALINALE International Film Festival. 

 She is also the Director of BALI FILM CENTER
– Present (12 years 10 months)
Bali Film Center was established in 2002 and is endorsed by the Ministry of Culture & Tourism and the various functions performed include actively participating in major film events around the world; providing information and resources for producers, acting as a first point of contact for producers, production companies and film studios interested in filming in the country, liaising with all national and local government departments to enable greater ease for producers to film in the country.
Our office handles customs and immigration clearances, facilitates national and provincial permits. We also handle most of the research, logistical services like accommodations, catering, casting, and location management.

Balinale at a glance 
Bali International Film Festival aka BALINALE was established in 2007 by Yayasan Bali Taksu Indonesia, a non-profit organization founded by Christine Hakim, Indonesia’s internationally recognized film actress, and Deborah Gabinetti, director of Bali Film Center. The foundation works towards developing understanding and respect for freedom of expression, human rights and intellectual property rights and fosters cross-cultural respect and tolerance through filmmaking workshops, seminars and film festivals.

BALINALE gives Indonesian filmmakers an opportunity to present their work to a global audience while networking with international filmmakers. The festival also provides an opportunity to invite foreign filmmakers to screen their films while experiencing Indonesia's accommodating culture and diverse locations for possible film locations and story ideas.

Workshops and seminars are an important part of the festival’s commitment to the community, a number of which are offered free of charge to Indonesian students and young filmmakers.
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