The 2nd Bali International Indigenous Film Festival takes place at Njana Tilem Museum, Mas, Ubud, from 10-12 May.
Covered with ‘Love’ as a main theme, the film festival captures issues such as religion, gender and other domestic issues.
The film portrays the profound impacts of China-ASEAN relationships and helps to enrich the implementation of the goals and mission in both countries.
The third annual Tolerance Film Festival featured varied perspectives on dealing with social issues and tolerance around the world.
With Halloween fast approaches, get into the spirit of things with a line-up of spooky movies!, from Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween to Suspiria.
This year’s Bali International Film Festival is expected to draw around 8,000 visitors taking in the best independent cinema from around 40 countries.
The longest running international film festival, Europe on Screen, is back with a range of movies and other programmes, from 3 to 12 May. It's All Free.