We’re offering 40% off annual subscriptions. Get yours now!

The Labour of Pedicab Driver

Direction
Year
2011
Country
  • Indonesia
Runtime
15min
Subtitles

Hard to get job for low – educated people in the city of batik Pekalongan – Indonesia, make a sincere Mukhlis, Beni, Temon and friends. Who work as “laborer driving a pedicab driver” on the hill bridge city of Pekalongan hayam wuruk street. This job has been around since 50 years ago and became a cultural economic activities of marginal and young unemployed Pekalongan City.

Details

  • Original Title
    The Labour of Pedicab Driver
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Supriyadi
  • Cinematography
    Imam Subroto
  • Editing
    Supriyadi
  • Music
    New Arrea
  • Sound
    George Ronna Manafe
  • Runtime
    15 min (1-15 min.)
  • Year
    2011
  • Country
    • Indonesia
  • Format
    • Colour
  • Distribution
      • Sevgra Picture Indie Documentary
      • Indonesia
  • Festivals
    • Festival international cinéma des peuples "Anuu-ru Abooro", New Caledonie (October 2011) *International Premiere
    • South To South Film Festival, Jakarta - Indonesia (February 2012) *In Competition
    • Festival Film Purbalingga, Indonesia (May 2012) *Non-Competitive Program

Comments

In order to add a comment please login or register first.

DAFilms.com is powered by Doc Alliance, a creative partnership of 7 key European documentary film festivals. Our aim is to advance the documentary genre, support its diversity and promote quality creative documentary films.

Doc Alliance Members

Sign up to receive regular updates on our film program:

By signing up for the newsletter, I hereby consent to receiving commercial communications by electronic means and to all relevant personal data processing required for the purpose of sending the Doc-Air, z.s. newsletter. I hereby confirm that I have read and familiarized myself with the Principles of Personal Data Processing and that I consent to the text therein. I also hereby acknowledge the rights specified herein, including, without limitation, the right to submit objections against direct marketing techniques.