Sheila Timothy is known as the producer of an award-winning film 'Pintu Terlarang (Forbidden Door)' in 2009. At the moment, Sheila and her film company Lifelike Pictures, is busy working on their third work, Tabula Rasa, which will be released in September 2014. The film itself is a 'food film' genre, it tells the story about the anthropology of food and how food can connect people from different backgrounds. In her Pecha Kucha's presentation, Sheila also share a brief history of food film genre from various countries. (in Indonesian)
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