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Tempo News: Marlina Wins Best Film Award at Tempo Film Festival
Crew film Marlina The Murderer in Four Acts, the best film winner in the 2017 Festival Film Tempo , Jakarta, November 27, 2017. TEMPO/Nurdiansah
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Tempo News: Marlina Wins Best Film Award at Tempo Film Festival

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The film Marlina Si Pembunuh dalam Empat Babak (Marlina the Murderer in Four Act) has won Best Film award at 2017 Tempo Film Festival after beating five other nominees.

Directed by Mouly Surya, Marlina Si Pembunuh dalam Empat Babak tells a story about a raped woman played by Marsha Timothy. The film shows violence and injustice against women in Sumba which is ironic considering the region’s beautiful natural landscapes. “I’m representing Mouly Surya and Rama Adi who are in Singapore,” Marlina producer Fauzan Zidni said yesterday at Epicentrum, Kuningan, Jakarta.

Aside from winning Best Film Award, Marlina Si Pembunuh dalam Empat Babak also won the category of Best Actress for Marsha Timothy. Earlier, the latter also won the best actress award at Sitges International Film Festival held on October 5-15 in Sitges, Spain. She beat prominent rivals such as Nicole Kidman.

Other nominees of 2017 Tempo Best Film were Turah, Posesif, The Seen and Unseen, Pengabdi Setan and Cek Toko Sebelah.

Tempo hosts an annual selection of the best films. This year’s edition is special as Tempo also holds an awarding event. “Tempo film selection process is different since we judge films that are not screened at theaters,” judge Leila S. Chudori said.

MOYANG KASIHDEWI

 

 



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