Re: [cinemagsforum] Joko Anwar's MODUS ANOMALI & IMPETIGORE
dia.sih bilangnya gitu di twitter :) film2nya dia kan semuanya di antah berantah... even janji joni jg nggak di mention lokasinya (walaupun obvious bgt sih difilmnya itu set di kota tua jakarta)On Jun 30, 2011 10:48 PM, <handa72@...> wrote:
> Maksudnya dunia real itu gimana?
> Janji joni bukannya dunia real ya?
> Sent from my blackberry
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> Subject: [cinemagsforum] Joko Anwar's MODUS ANOMALI & IMPETIGORE
> Akhirnya terungkapm sudah film Joko Anwar (Janji Joni, Kala, Pintu
> Terlarang) berikutnya. Bukan Executor, melainkan MODUS ANOMALI (ttg serial
> killer, premisnya sih film ini bakal minim dialog dan cuma ada 3 character
> doang, mungkin kaya No Country For Old Man, dan satu2nya film Joko Anwar yg
> bersetting di dunia real) dan IMPETIGORE (film horror but no pocong &
> kuntilanak). Filmnya bakal shooting back2back & tetep sama LifeLike
> Pictures. Bisa jadi tahun depan bakal ada 2 film Joko Anwar sekaligus ...
> worth to wait.
> Thriller Spiller: Joko Anwar Drops Hints About His Upcoming Movies
> The Indonesian film industry is certainly not dead — especially not in the
> horror and thriller departments. Acclaimed director Joko Anwar is fixing up
> two spine-chilling big screen projects to be released next year.
> “One of the projects 'Modus Anomali' is a thriller about a man who is trying
> to save his family from a mysterious killer on a joyfully planned vacation,”
> said Joko.
> The award-winning director will set the movie in a forest — he'd like to
> film it in Italy, but will still hunt for a perfect local set — and will
> start the production this November.
> “It's going to be a very twisted storyline,” said Joko. “The movie will
> feature only three characters in a majority of the scenes, and there will be
> a very limited dialogue. It's definitely going to be very mysterious.”
> Joko will feature Indonesian actors, but wrote the script in English, aiming
> to introduce his movie to a wider international audience.
> “The main challenge for Indonesian directors, when it comes to putting their
> works out internationally, is the language. So I decided to use English for
> this project,” said Joko.
> “Modus Anomali,” which is budgeted at Rp 2,5 billion, has been listed under
> the 2011 Network of Asian Fantastic Films (NAFF) nomination, which is in
> conjunction with The Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival.
> “Basically, the organizer invited Asian directors to pitch their movie
> projects, and they will select some of the projects and fund the
> productions,” said Joko. “The results will be announced by the end of July,
> so I'm hoping that my project will be selected. But we would still film the
> movie even if we don't win.”
> As for “Impetigore” Joko promises to take the audience on another super
> twisted horror and thrilling experience without involving *pocong*, *kuntil
> anak* and the like.
> “There will definitely be some spiritual factors in it, but there won't be
> any typical ghost characters that you often see in Indonesian horror
> movies,” said Joko.
> This Rp 8 billion movie project tells the story of a young woman, who is
> living in Jakarta after surviving a murder attempt, trying to find out
> more about her would-be killer. She visits her home village, where it all
> happened, but she doesn’t realize that the whole community is trying to kill
> her because of a mysterious motive.
> “The reason? You'd have to watch the movie yourself and find out,” said
> Joko. “The meaning of the title itself is actually the key to the movie.”
> Joko will work hand in hand with producer Sheila Timothy for both projects —
> he described the movies as his “hush, hush projects” for their secrecy.
> Joko is the brain behind celebrated movies like romantic comedy “Janji Joni”
> (Joni's Promise), noir thriller “Dead Time: Kala” and thriller “Pintu
> Terlarang” (“Forbidden Door”), which won The Best Film award at Puchon
> International Fantastic Film Festival in 2009.