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2019 Indonesian Film Festival

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39th Indonesian Film Festival
Date8 December 2019
SiteOpus Ballroom, The Tribata
Jakarta, Indonesia
Hosted by
  • Rory Asyari
  • Melissa Karim
Highlights
Best PictureMemories of My Body
Most awardsMemories of My Body (8)
Most nominations
Television coverage
NetworkMetro TV

The 39th Citra Awards, presented by Indonesian Film Board and Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology, honored the achievement in Indonesian cinema released from 1 October 2018 to 30 September 2019.[1] The ceremony was held on 8 December 2019 at the Opus Ballroom, The Tribata, Jakarta, Indonesia, and presented by journalist Rory Asyari and announcer Melissa Karim.[2]

Drama film Memories of My Body won eight awards, including Best Picture.[3] Other winners included Gundala with three, Cemara's Family and Two Blue Stripes with two and 27 Steps of May, Help is on the Way, How Far I'll Go, My Stupid Boss 2, No One Is Crazy in This Town and Nussa Bisa with one.

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Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology

Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology is a government ministry of the Indonesian government responsible for education, cultural, research and technology affairs. Its formation resulted from the merger of the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Ministry of Research and Technology in April 2021, under the government of President Joko Widodo.

Jakarta

Jakarta

Jakarta, formerly Dutch: Batavia, officially the Special Capital Region of Jakarta is the capital and largest city of Indonesia. Lying on the northwest coast of Java, the world's most populous island, Jakarta is the largest city in Southeast Asia and serves as the diplomatic capital of ASEAN.

Memories of My Body

Memories of My Body

Memories of My Body is a 2018 Indonesian Javanese-language coming-of-age drama film directed by Garin Nugroho and produced by Ifa Isfansyah. The film tells the story of a dancer in the Lengger tradition, revolving around his introduction to it and finding his self-identity. The plot is loosely based on dancer Rianto's life; Rianto also stars in the film. The ensemble cast is Muhammad Khan, Sujiwo Tejo, Teuku Rifnu Wikana, Randy Pangalila, and Endah Laras.

Citra Award for Best Picture

Citra Award for Best Picture

The Citra Award for Best Picture is an award given at the Indonesian Film Festival (FFI) to the best feature film of the year. The Citra Awards, described by Screen International as "Indonesia's equivalent to the Oscars", are the country's most prestigious film awards and are intended to recognize achievements in films as well as to draw public interest to the film industry.

Gundala (film)

Gundala (film)

Gundala is a 2019 Indonesian neo-noir superhero film based on the comics character Gundala created by Harya Suraminata (Hasmi) in 1969. The film was co-produced by Screenplay Films and Bumilangit Studios, and distributed by Legacy Pictures. It is the first installment in the Bumilangit Cinematic Universe (BCU). The film is directed and written by Joko Anwar, and stars Abimana Aryasatya as Sancaka/Gundala, alongside Tara Basro, Bront Palarae, Ario Bayu, Cecep Arif Rahman, Rio Dewanto, and Muzakki Ramdhan. In the film, Sancaka uses his superpowers to defeat the corrupt crime boss Pengkor. After his allies poison a large shipment of rice, Pengkor uses his undue political influence to force the local legislature's hand in passing a bill to approve the hasty production and distribution of an unproven antidote – unknowingly made by a pharmaceutical company he secretly owns – that will ultimately harm pregnant women.

Two Blue Stripes

Two Blue Stripes

Dua Garis Biru is a 2019 Indonesian teen drama film directed by Gina S. Noer and produced by Starvision Plus. The film mainly deals with teen pregnancy and features Angga Yunanda & Zara JKT48 in starring roles.

27 Steps of May

27 Steps of May

27 Steps of May is a 2018 Indonesian drama film directed by Ravi Bharwani and written by Rayya Makarim. It stars Raihaanun, Lukman Sardi and Ario Bayu.

Winners and nominees

The nominations were announced on 12 November 2019.[4] The nominations were led by Memories of My Body, This Earth of Mankind and Two Blue Stripes with twelve each, while 27 Steps of May, Glorious Days and Gundala followed with nine each.[5]

Winners are listed first, highlighted in boldface, and indicated with a double dagger (‡).

Films with multiple nominations and awards

Films that received multiple nominations
Nominations Film
12 Memories of My Body
This Earth of Mankind
Two Blue Stripes
9 27 Steps of May
Glorious Days
Gundala
6 Cemara's Family
5 Ambu
4 My Stupid Boss 2
3 A Man Called Ahok
2 Milly & Mamet
Pocong: The Origin
Films that received multiple awards
Awards Film
8 Memories of My Body
3 Gundala
2 Cemara's Family
Two Blue Stripes

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Memories of My Body

Memories of My Body

Memories of My Body is a 2018 Indonesian Javanese-language coming-of-age drama film directed by Garin Nugroho and produced by Ifa Isfansyah. The film tells the story of a dancer in the Lengger tradition, revolving around his introduction to it and finding his self-identity. The plot is loosely based on dancer Rianto's life; Rianto also stars in the film. The ensemble cast is Muhammad Khan, Sujiwo Tejo, Teuku Rifnu Wikana, Randy Pangalila, and Endah Laras.

This Earth of Mankind (film)

This Earth of Mankind (film)

This Earth of Mankind is a 2019 Indonesian historical romance drama film, directed by Hanung Bramantyo and written by Salman Aristo. The film was adapted from 1980 novel of the same name by Pramoedya Ananta Toer. It starred Iqbaal Ramadhan, Mawar Eva de Jongh and Sha Ine Febriyanti.

Two Blue Stripes

Two Blue Stripes

Dua Garis Biru is a 2019 Indonesian teen drama film directed by Gina S. Noer and produced by Starvision Plus. The film mainly deals with teen pregnancy and features Angga Yunanda & Zara JKT48 in starring roles.

27 Steps of May

27 Steps of May

27 Steps of May is a 2018 Indonesian drama film directed by Ravi Bharwani and written by Rayya Makarim. It stars Raihaanun, Lukman Sardi and Ario Bayu.

Glorious Days (film)

Glorious Days (film)

Glorious Days is a 2019 Indonesian buddy comedy drama film directed by Riri Riza. The film is an Indonesian-language remake of the 2011 South Korean film Sunny.

Gundala (film)

Gundala (film)

Gundala is a 2019 Indonesian neo-noir superhero film based on the comics character Gundala created by Harya Suraminata (Hasmi) in 1969. The film was co-produced by Screenplay Films and Bumilangit Studios, and distributed by Legacy Pictures. It is the first installment in the Bumilangit Cinematic Universe (BCU). The film is directed and written by Joko Anwar, and stars Abimana Aryasatya as Sancaka/Gundala, alongside Tara Basro, Bront Palarae, Ario Bayu, Cecep Arif Rahman, Rio Dewanto, and Muzakki Ramdhan. In the film, Sancaka uses his superpowers to defeat the corrupt crime boss Pengkor. After his allies poison a large shipment of rice, Pengkor uses his undue political influence to force the local legislature's hand in passing a bill to approve the hasty production and distribution of an unproven antidote – unknowingly made by a pharmaceutical company he secretly owns – that will ultimately harm pregnant women.

Citra Award for Best Picture

Citra Award for Best Picture

The Citra Award for Best Picture is an award given at the Indonesian Film Festival (FFI) to the best feature film of the year. The Citra Awards, described by Screen International as "Indonesia's equivalent to the Oscars", are the country's most prestigious film awards and are intended to recognize achievements in films as well as to draw public interest to the film industry.

Ifa Isfansyah

Ifa Isfansyah

Ifa Isfansyah is an Indonesian film director. Initially a maker of short films, his first featured film, Garuda di Dadaku, was released in 2009. His following film, Sang Penari, won four Citra Awards at the 2011 Indonesian Film Festival.

Citra Award for Best Director

Citra Award for Best Director

The Citra Award for Best Director is an award given at the annual Indonesian Film Festival (FFI) to Indonesian film directors in recognition for their achievement in the previous year. The Citra Awards, described by Screen International as "Indonesia's equivalent to the Oscars", are the country's most prestigious film awards and are intended to recognize achievements in films as well as to draw public interest to the film industry.

Garin Nugroho

Garin Nugroho

Garin Nugroho Riyanto is an Indonesian film director.

Hanung Bramantyo

Hanung Bramantyo

Setiawan Hanung Bramantyo is an Indonesian director known for his films ranging from teen romances to religious dramas.

Source: "2019 Indonesian Film Festival", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_Indonesian_Film_Festival.

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References
  1. ^ Asih, Ratnaning (8 December 2019). "FFI 2019 Digelar Malam Ini, Berikut Daftar Lengkap Nominasinya". Liputan 6. Retrieved 25 November 2022.
  2. ^ Sadino, Annisa; Kukuh, Alexander Vito Edward (8 December 2019). Armandhanu, Denny (ed.). "Malam Anugerah Piala Citra 2019 Siap Digelar". Kumparan. Retrieved 25 November 2022.
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