JUMP CUT
A REVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY MEDIA

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Ekky Imanjaya

Ekky Imanjaya is an Indonesian film critic/journalist. He is co-founder and editor of www.rumahfilm.org, a popular online film journal from Indonesia. He has graduated from a Masters Program for Film Studies at the Universiteit van Amsterdam. Additionally, in 2003 he graduated from a Masters Program of the University of Indonesia, majoring in Philosophy. He wrote some books, including A to Z about Indonesian Films, and some articles on film, pop culture, philosophy and Islamic issues — including in Osian’s Cinemaya and Journal of European Studies. He also directed some short documentaries; one of them, Macet (Traffic Jam) won first prize for best video on Sustainable Urban Transport in Asian cities, awarded by GTZ Sustainable Urban Transport Project, Thailand.

Address: Jln. Paus Dalam no. 47 Jakarta 13220 Indonesia.

Email: eimanjaya@yahoo.com

Blog: http://ekkyij.multiply.com