Indonesia: Green film portrays the plight of Merbabu farmers

Jakarta Post: For many people, especially those living in the most remote villages of Indonesia, climate change is unlikely be a familiar term, despite their daily struggles against the incomprehensible changes to the seasons. An internationally acclaimed documentary made by Indonesian film director Shalahuddin Siregar entitled Negeri di Bawah Kabut (The Land Beneath the Fog), intimately captures the daily lives of two humble farming families living in Genikan village on the slopes of Mount Merbabu in Central......

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