1. Biduk Biduk

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    from Sarah Maher / Added

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    • POSB Kariangau

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      from Cundra Setiabudhi / Added

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      • PETROSEA Site Group International

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        from Cundra Setiabudhi / Added

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        • Tanjung Puting Nationalpark und Orang Utans

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          from Jochen Huelss / Added

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          Über Ostern war ich mit meinem Mitbewohner Derrick und Kollegen von ihm im Tanjung Puting Nationalpark in Süd-Kalimantan. Nach einem kurzen Monolog gibts ein paar Szenen von dem was wir im Nationalpark erlebt haben und natürlich ganz viel Footage von Orang Utans, das auch ihr Verhalten ganz gut zeigt.

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          • Come Fly With Me

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            Happy memories of travels with my Dad and Sister-in-Law

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            • Mike Froud 30.03.30 - 02 20.15

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              A tribute to my beloved Dad

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              • Orangutan bath

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                from Kevin Su Photography / Added

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                This footage was taken in Tajung Puting National Park, Borneo. We had left to for a jungle trek when we came back to see an this mother and baby orangutan taking a bath. They had watched us using the soap to bath earlier in the day. After they stole our soap I took this footage of them happily washing themselves and eating the soap.

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                • TEWET, le Dayak aux mille grottes VOD

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                  L'AVIS DE TÉLÉRAMA 22 février 2014 TT Connu pour ses découvertes d'art rupestre dans l'ile indonésienne, le spéléologue,explorateur et documentariste français relaye la détresse de son ami Tewet au fil d'un film vibrant, Intense. Il s'est aventuré entre jungle, mangrove et galeries souterraines, en quête d'une solution durable à la survie des autochtones. Et si cette nature grandiose, quasi-mystique, recelait d'autres trésors insoupçonnés? - Eléonore Colin Tewet est un Dayak, comme on appelle les autochtones sédentaires de la grande forêt de Bornéo. Cet homme discret, malicieux, a été l’un des plus audacieux explorateur des grottes des monts Marang, un massif calcaire déchiqueté par l’érosion, où la progression est difficile à cause des pitons acérés qui le recouvrent, et des falaises infranchissables. J’ai toujours eu du respect pour ces hommes qui ont exploré toutes les grottes, gouffres et rivières souterraines avant que le premier “spéléologue” occidental n’arrive dans le secteur. Mais si nous y cherchions l’aventure, et pour ma part, des peintures rupestres exceptionnelles, Tewet et sa communauté, les Basap, ont un autre objectif : l’or des grottes, ce sont les nids d’hirondelles. Trois variétés de Salanganes nichent en grotte, en fabriquant leurs nids avec leur salive riche en protéine. Le drame pour ces hirondelles, c’est que ces nids sont comestibles, et que les Chinois en raffolent. Autrefois mets réservé à l’empereur, ces nids sont achetés à prix d’or par les riches Chinois de la diaspora, car ils leur prêtent des vertus médicales… Mais la destruction de la forêt, la surexploitation des nids, et la préemption des grottes les plus prolifiques par le gouvernement fragilisent leur mode de vie… Je connais Tewet depuis 1998. Ces années d’exploration m’ont rapproché de lui, et nous sommes devenus amis. A mon dernier voyage, en 2012, j’ai réalisé que la production des nids était en chute libre. Il était temps de revenir pour raconter dans un film cet étrange métier, et tenter de comprendre avec lui les raisons de cette disparition. C’est ce que nous avons fait en mai-juin 2013… Luc-Henri Fage Un film de Luc-Henri Fage | Image Roland Théron, Luc-Henri Fage | Musique Michel Pascal | Montage Anne Buxerole | Commentaire lu par Mathieu Barbier | Produit avec l’aide de France Télévision (Faut pas rêver) et de Planète + Thalassa, et le concours du FODACIM, fonds d’aide au cinéma de montagne | Une coproduction Dociside/Félis production © 2013 DVD disponible sur http://boutique.felis.tv/fr/34-tewet-le-dayak-aux-mille-grottes-dvd-376020085012.html Blu-Ray disponible sur http://boutique.felis.tv/fr/35-tewet-le-dayak-aux-mille-grottes-dvd-376020085013.html

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                  • Jhonlin CNC - Batulicin, Indonesia

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                    • Jen Shyu's "Solo Rites: Seven Breaths" (new excerpt)

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                      Excerpt from Jen Shyu’s "Solo Rites: Seven Breaths" directed by Garin Nugroho, which premiered on May 28, 2014, at and commissioned by Roulette Intermedium, Inc., Brooklyn, NY, with funds from Jerome Foundation. Translations and credits: “Aku yang Lahir dari Air Mata (I Was Born from a Tear)” | Poetry: Slamet Gundono, Music: Jen Shyu & Slamet Gundono — I was born from a tear / I made rain from my sweat / I, shining, upon the wrong turn / But I believe that God was there / [Video clip begins here:] In the moment of sadness, I surrender and become dust 0:55: “Bawa Sida Asih, Macapat Dhandhangula” | Lyrics: Ki Narto Sabdho, Translation: Slamet Gundono, Endang Tri Winarni, & Jen Shyu (Audio heard at 2:40 recorded in Java, Indonesia, 2012: Javanese singer [Pesindhen] and teacher: Nyi Ngatirah. Gendèr: Pak Sutanto. Song: “Ladrang Wilujeng Laras Slendro Pathet Manyura”) — My hope, my beloved / Is that we are always in harmony and unity / At every moment, day or night / Never apart, not even one hair’s width / Though far, you are close in my heart / When you’re near, you’re always my focus / Loving each other for all time / Like two fish swimming side by side /Let us carry out life’s obligations together / Settling down to love each other 4:54: “Para Pembakar Ombak (Burning the Waves)” | Poetry & translation: Dorothea Rosa Herliany — When the horizon turned to rain / the twilight quivered, / the soul's borders / were like vague oceans, / fortunately the boat had a twin / noah and a million faded histories / following the sun's footsteps / from the head of the river / to the sea, / the man came from deep inside the well / smashed to pieces by limitless longing, / walking in steps which cross the whole day / following a lonely path / why don't you go home, woman, / endlessly walking carrying longing, friend, / shedding the smell of tears / sorrowful grief at the edge of the garden / perhaps she is searching for the heaven / god faithfully places / in the innermost recesses / of the believer's heart /... Filmed by Marcelo Borja, Audio mixed by Joseph Branciforte ~~~~~~ Production Team: Jen Shyu: Composition, vocals, dance, Taiwanese moon lute, piano, gayageum
 Garin Nugroho: Director
 Danang Pamungkas: Choreographer
 Kristen Robinson: Set & Props Designer
 Ghia Javaqueen / Kristin Isola: Costume Designers Solomon Weisbard: Lighting Designer
 Jason Fok: Assistant Lighting Designer Synopsis: Sonic, visual, and visceral rites and reflections upon pilgrimage throughout Taiwan, East Timor, Indonesia (Java, Bali, Bandung, Kalimantan), Vietnam, and South Korea. Using multiple tools of expression in multiple languages (new improvised languages as well as existing ones including Indonesian, Javanese, Taiwanese, indigenous Taiwanese languages, Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin, Tetum, Korean), this solo performance—that of a woman living simultaneously in multiple cultures and “projecting her ancestry” (Val-Inc) through contemporary monologue—will reveal a personal journey of loss and redemption made universal, giving voice to the silenced. These losses reflect crises now plaguing these lands: the loss of voices found in traditional music and shaman rituals; the loss of habitat and wildlife and thus the linked ancient cosmology; and finally, the loss of public space, such as the submission of traditional markets and forests to malls and coal mines. These issues will be explored in performance through sound, movement, and fieldwork footage, creating a land-sound-scape which will serve to transport and transform both the performer and audience, leading to shared revelation and recovery from past sorrow. Prolific, uncompromising, and most renowned Indonesian film and stage director Garin Nugroho (Opera Jawa, Under the Tree, Daun di Atas Bantal) will direct Shyu’s solo ritual, breathing into the work his distinctive vision for celebrating the exhilarating and sacred bond between tradition and modernity.

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