According to Kineforum, sometimes it's good to check out the grass on the other side of the fence just to see how green it is exactly. With that in mind, the Jakarta-based alternative cinema hall is organizing a Southeast Asian film festival, called Rumput Tetangga, which is Indonesian for "neighbor's grass."
Held from April 6 to 26, the festival is divided into six segments: Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines and Indochina. The event also features short film screenings and a movie discussion. For the complete schedule and outlines of the films, go here.