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Resources on Indonesia: Films

Standing on the Edge of a Thorn: A Family in Rural Indonesia

The Java Spirit: Religious Diversity in Indonesia

Tales of the Waria

"Indonesia is home to the world's largest Muslim population. It is also home to the "warias," a community of biological men who live openly as women. In this eye-opening documentary, four warias search for romance and intimacy. They encounter a host of obstacles-- family pressures, economic burdens, aging-- but strive to stay true to themselves and to find lasting companionship. Shot over three years with the local queer community serving as story consultants and film crew members, the film provides an unprecedented look into topics rarely discussed in Western media: Indonesia, Islamic culture, and the daily life and struggles of transgender communities around the world."

Bitter Honey: Polygamy in Bali (Full Film)

Royal Wedding - Bali Style (Full documentary)

Films on Demand Videos

Indonesia at the Crossroads 

Includes segments about Religion in Indonesia, Communal Harmony and Religious Tolerance, Mysticism, and the Indonesian Wedding Ceremony. 

Indonesia: The Invisible Giant

This two-episode series describes the historical background of Indonesia and explores the challenges that lie ahead for this young nation. 

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