Intan Paramaditha Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 173 (2017) 357–375 This essay aims to discuss the state of the art of the study of Indonesian cinema with a special focus on what is being written in Indonesia. Although the number of academic publications on the subject within and outside the country has
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The Indonesian fiction writer Intan Paramaditha on the political potential of horror and writing as a feminist practice December 10, 2015 Intan Paramaditha published her first short story collection, Sihir Perempuan (Black Magic Woman), at the age of 25. That same year, she left Indonesia to go to graduate school in the United States, where she has
“The real horror is that moment when you question what you consider as normal.” – Interview with Highend magazine, June 2012.
Intan Paramaditha: Cerpennya ‘Menggoyang’ Panggung Teater Femina no. 30/XL, 28 Juli-3 Agustus, 2012, hal. 66-67 Adaptasi naskah kisah Goyang Penasaran yang ditampilkan Teater Garasi asal Yogyakarta di Teater Salihara, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta, pada April lalu berhasil menghidupkan dialog-dialog yang merunutkan hubungan kompleks antara seksualitas, agama, dan politik. Spotlight pun menyorot tajam pada sang penulis,
The obsessive twist coming your way Dina Indrasafitri, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Sat, 03/24/2012 12:11 PM Horror movies milking the usual images of various types of ghouls and ghosts, as well as scantily clad women, who somehow find their way into the plots, still flood local cinemas. But the play Goyang Penasaran (The Obsessive