Jakarta, IO – After the Covid-19 pandemic, the Indonesian film industry continues to be productive. This time, “Inang” (Host), directed by Fajar Nugros was premiered at the Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival (BIFAN) on July 8, and was screened again yesterday.
“This not only made lndonesian filmmakers proud but also Indonesian public in general, especially the Indonesian diaspora in South Korea,” said Indonesian Ambassador to the Republic of Korea, Gandi Sulistiyanto, in his official statement, Friday (15/7).
Similarly, IDN Pictures producer Winston Utomo said the film was specifically made to show the cultural diversity of Indonesia, and the importance of the family as the “glue” that holds all elements of society in Indonesia together.
Meanwhile, film director Fajar Nugros said that the movie’s screening at BIFAN was a sweet surprise for him because this was his first horror film.