“Psssttt … Jangan Bilang Siapa-Siapa” (“Sssh, Don’t Tell Anyone”) by Chairun Nissa
In partnership with Transparency International Indonesia (TII), MSI’s USAID-funded Strengthening Integrity and Accountability Program (SIAP-1) project provides prevention support to The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), which leads the country’s fight against corruption. TII conducted a competition for anti-corruption story ideas in mid-2011. SIAP-1 then worked with KPK to align the movie’s messages with broader government efforts and encouraged leading moviemakers and actors to engage in the process.
Kita versus Korupsi (US Against Corruption) comprises four short films: “Rumah Perkara” (“The Troubled House”), “Selamat Siang Risa! (“Good Afternoon Risa!”), “Aku Padamu” (“I am Into You”), and “Psssttt … Jangan Bilang Siapa-Siapa” (“Sssh, Don’t Tell Anyone”).
Three Indonesian high school students expose the everyday corrupt practices they encounter and even participate in.
Chairun Nissa, more fondly known as Ilun, graduated with a degree in film-directing from Jakarta Arts Institute in 2009. Her career began in 2010 with a short movie “Purnama di Pesisir” (“The Full Moon on the Coastline) which received Special Jury Mention at the 9th Rome Independent Film Festival and Rotterdam International Film Festival, as well as the Regional Southeast Kodak Film Student. In 2011, with Peace Women Across the Globe and Indonesian Commission for Disappeared People and Victims of Violence (Kontras), Chairun Nissa produced a documentary titled “Payung Hitam” (“Black Umbrella”) which was featured in the 15th Flying Broom International Women’s Film Festival (Turkey) and Competition in Salaya International Documentary Festival (Bangkok). In 2012, she released a triller omnibus HI5TERIA (omnibus thriller) and directed a segment in the anti-corruption short film anthology “Kita vs Korupsi.”
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