Taking place from 20 to 29 September, the annual film festival features more local and international films narrating the issue of human rights.
The Bali International Film Festival, also known as Balinale, celebrates its 13th edition as the oldest and longest running annual international film event in Indonesia.
After 12 years of successfully bringing stars and essence of the global film industry to Indonesia, Balinale – Bali International Film Festival is set to return this year for the 13th iteration on 24 - 29 September 2019.
40 films from 14 countries will be presented and 25 directors in attendance with Q & A sessions.
The 2nd Bali International Indigenous Film Festival takes place at Njana Tilem Museum, Mas, Ubud, from 10-12 May.
Europe On Screen (EOS) returns this this month featuring 101 movie titles from 27 European countries and takes place from 18 - 30 April.
This year, the film festival will feature a wide selection of movies that were screened at Flickerfest, Australia's short film festival.
Covered with ‘Love’ as a main theme, the film festival captures issues such as religion, gender and other domestic issues.
The third annual Tolerance Film Festival featured varied perspectives on dealing with social issues and tolerance around the world.
This year’s Bali International Film Festival is expected to draw around 8,000 visitors taking in the best independent cinema from around 40 countries.
The longest running international film festival, Europe on Screen, is back with a range of movies and other programmes, from 3 to 12 May. It's All Free.