Indonesia, 2012, 96 min
Section: Сompetition


  • Sept. 26, 2012, 23:10, Ocean cinema, Ocean hall
  • Sept. 26, 2012, 12:05, Ocean cinema, Ocean hall


Abandoned in the zoo by her father when she was a little girl, Lana grew up surrounded by animals, boundaries and the sounds of a subdued wilderness. Raised by animal trainers, she knows the only world - the zoo. One day, a handsome young man enters her world and she falls in love. At his side, she leaves the zoo for the very first time. Postcards from the Zoo is a story about the world that was never built to be a home, which presents an enchanting romance full of myths, magic and memories. A sensual adventure that is at once unsettling and life-affirming, arranged in beautiful and dreamlike images.

  • Director: Edwin (Indonesia)

    Was born in Indonesia. He entered the Jakarta Institute of Arts to study film in 1999, but dropped out to make films independently. In 2005, the third of these, Kara, Daughter of a Tree, became the first Indonesian short ever screened in the Cannes Directors’ Fortnight. His debut feature Blind Pig Who Wants to Fly (2008) picked up numerous prizes, including the FIPRESCI prize in Rotterdam, In 2009, the film was shown in program Young and Independent at the Pacific Meridian IFF. Избранная фильмография / Selected filmography: — A Very Slow Breakfast, 2002 — Dajang Soembi – The Woman Who Was Married to a Dog, 2004 — Kara, Daughter of a Tree, 2005 — Blind Pig Who Wants to Fly, 2008 — Belkibolang, 2010 — Postcards from the Zoo, 2012

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