The online entertainment platform Viddsee signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Indonesian Film Board (BPI) to promote Indonesian films to an international audience, such as with the Viddsee Juree Awards Indonesia 2018 programme.
Since the first documented locally produced film, Loetoeng Kasaroeng (1926), the Indonesian cinema has developed as commercial entity.
Indonesian Film Board (Badan Perfilman Indonesia/BPI) is the manifestation of the Article 67 of Law number 33/2009 on cinema stating that “the community can participate in the cinema organization”. BPI was created to increase the community involvement in cinema (Article 68).
Two of Southeast Asia’s leading content producers’ associations, the Indonesian Film Board, or Badan Perfilman Indonesia (BPI) and the Southeast Asian Audio-Visual Association (SAAVA), signed a Memorandum of Understanding (“MoU”) at ScreenSingapore 2017.