Online Screening: Joris Ivens, Indonesia Calling, 1946

Dublin Core

Title

Online Screening: Joris Ivens, Indonesia Calling, 1946

Description

This film shows the role trade union seaman and waterside workers in Sydney played in Indonesia’s independence struggle after World War II. Comprising different nationalities and races, they united together to prevent the departure of Indonesia-bound Dutch ships that carried weapons meant to bring the Indonesian National Revolution to a halt. The film seeks to distil aspects of the historical context of the events depicted in the film and gives insight to the major re-alignments in the relationship between Australia and Indonesia.

Introduction by Vladimir Seput.

Date

10 - 15 July 2020

Programme Item Type Metadata

Short Description

This film shows the role trade union seaman and waterside workers in Sydney played in Indonesia’s independence struggle after World War II.

Programme Type

Audience

General

Location

Online

Collaboration

No

Commissioned Work

No

Education

No

Collection

Citation

“Online Screening: Joris Ivens, Indonesia Calling, 1946,” NTU CCA Singapore Digital Archive, accessed August 13, 2022, https://ntuccasingapore.omeka.net/items/show/2656.

Item Relations

This Item Relation Item: Vladimir Seput
Item: Introduction by Vladimir Seput to Joris Ivens' Indonesia Calling, 1946 Is Referenced By This Item