Imam Tantowi

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Imam Tantowi
Born (1946-08-13) August 13, 1946 (age 71)
Tegal, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia
Occupation Film director, screenwriter
Notable work Soerabaia 45

Imam Tantowi (born 13 August 1946) is an Indonesian film director and screenwriter. Tantowi was a stage director before he began to work in film, first as artistic director and later as assistant director. In 1982 he was given the opportunity to direct his first film, Pasukan Berani Mati (Ready-to-Die Force).[1] In a career spanning six decades he has directed 18 feature films and written more than 30 scripts for the screen and for television.[2][3]

Tantowi won the Citra Award for Best Original Screenplay at the 1989 Indonesian Film Festival for his film Si Badung (id).[4] At the 1991 Indonesian Film Festival he won the Best Director award for his film Soerabaia 45.[5][6][7] He won the Vidia Award at the 1996 Festival Sinetron Indonesia for his television series Suami-suami Takut Istri (id).

Filmography

As director

Film

As screenwriter

Film

  • Ira Maya dan Kakek Ateng (1979)
  • Nakalnya Anak-anak (1980)
  • Primitif (1980)
  • Jaka Sembung (1981)
  • Ratu Ilmu Hitam (1981)
  • Pasukan Berani Mati (1982)
  • Lebak Membara (1982)
  • Jaka Sembung dan Bajing Ireng (1983)
  • Dia Sang Penakluk (1984)
  • Residivis (1985)
  • Preman (1985)
  • Teroris (1986)
  • Kelabang Seribu (1986)
  • 7 Manusia Harimau (id) (1986)
  • Siluman Serigala Putih (1987)
  • Saur Sepuh 1 (1987)
  • Saur Sepuh 2 (1988)
  • Saur Sepuh 3 (1988)
  • Soerabaia 45 (1989)
  • Saur Sepuh 4 (1991)
  • Tukang Bubur Naik Haji: Mahakasih (1996)

Soaps

Bibliography

  • Imam Tantowi (2009). Ketika cinta bertasbih: sebuah skenario megafilm. PT. SinemArt Indonesia bekerjasama dengan Basmala Adikarya Legendaris, Depok. ISBN 978-979-3604-34-3. 

References

  1. ^ a b c East-West Film Journal. 2. 4. Institute of Culture and Communication, East-West Center. 1990. pp. 126–. 
  2. ^ Indonesia. Direktorat Pembinaan Film dan Rekaman Video (1999). Apa siapa orang film Indonesia. Departemen Penerangan RI, Direktorat Pembinaan Film dan Rekaman Video. pp. 236–. 
  3. ^ Salīm Saʻīd; John H. McGlynn; Karl G. Heider (1991). Cinema of Indonesia. Festival of Indonesia Foundation. pp. 43–. ISBN 978-1-879578-00-5. 
  4. ^ 34th Asia-Pacific Film Festival, 18-21 December 1989, Jakarta, Indonesia. 1989. pp. 72–. 
  5. ^ Cinemaya. 14-20. A. Vasudev. 1992. The award for Best Director was won by Imam Tantowi for his Soerabaia 45 on the struggle against the reimposition of colonial rule after World War II. 
  6. ^ Budiarto Danujaya; Mohammad Johan Tjasmadi; Dewan Film Nasional (Indonesia) (1992). Layar perak: 90 tahun bioskop di Indonesia (in Indonesian). Dewan Film Nasional. pp. 116–. ... Teta Film, dan didukung sutradara Imam Tantowi yang mendapat Piala Citra FFI 1991 lewat filmnya, Soerabaja '45, sutradara MT Risyaf, dan Torro Margens, dengan pernyataan bahwa persaingan yang tidak sehat sangat tidak mendukung ... 
  7. ^ Femina: gaya hidup masa kini. 48-51. 19. P.T. Gaya Favorit Press. 1991. pp. 34–. 
  8. ^ Festival Film Indonesia, 1985-1990. Direktorat Publikasi, Direktorat Jenderal PPG, Departemen Penerangan RI. 1991. pp. 42/. 
  9. ^ Masyarakat Seni Pertunjukan Indonesia (1999). Direktori industri sinematografi. Masyarakat Seni Pertunjukan Indonesia. pp. 35/. 
  10. ^ Katinka van Heeren (1 January 2012). Contemporary Indonesian Film: Spirits of Reform and Ghosts from the Past. BRILL. pp. 103–. ISBN 978-90-04-25347-6. 
  11. ^ Panji masyarakat. Yayasan Nurul Islam. March 1998. pp. 63–. Fatahillah , the work of Imam Tantowi and chaerul umam that swallowed mgkos 3 billion, has not been able so loko- notif. I do not know whether a similar fate also nenimpa Telegram, by director Slamet Rahardjo newly completed. While ... 
  12. ^ Peter Cowie (1998). Variety International Film Guide. Andre Deutsch. pp. 201–. Local Stigma It is this background which makes the appearance of an ambitious film called Fatahillah so significant. This recreates the heroic struggle of ... To put it on screen took two directors: Chaerul Uman and Imam Tantowi. The regional .. 

External links

  • Film Indonesia: Imam Tantowi Biography (in Indonesian)
  • Imam Tantowi on IMDb
  • Imam Tantowi on Facebook
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