Name Arifin Noer
|Born Arifin Chairin Noer
10 March 1941
Cirebon, West Java (1941-03-10) |
Occupation Writer, theatre director, film director
Notable works Selamat Pagi Jajang (1979), Nyanyian Sepi (1995)
Notable awards S.E.A. Write Award 1990
Died May 28, 1995, Jakarta, Indonesia
Spouse Jajang C. Noer (m. 1978–1995), Nurul Aini (m. ?–1979)
Books Walking Westward in the Morning: Seven Contemporary Indonesian Poets, Good Morning, Jajang, Chaos
Children Marah Laut Noer, Veda Amritha, Nitta Nazyra Noer, Vita Ariavita
Movies Pengkhianatan G30S/PKI, Attack at Dawn, Mer's Lips, Taxi, Biarkan Bulan Itu
Similar People Jajang C Noer, Amoroso Katamsi, Putu Wijaya, Nano Riantiarno, Willibrordus S Rendra
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Arifin Chairin Noer, commonly known as Arifin C. Noer (10 March 1941 in Cirebon, West Java – 28 May 1995 in Jakarta, Indonesia) was an Indonesian poet, theater director and highly successful film producer.
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- Selected Written Works
- Selected Film Works
Noer studied Civil Administration at the University of Cokroaminoto in Yogyakarta, Central Java and began his theatrical career in the early 1960s as an actor in a study group in Central Java with W.S. Rendra. After finishing his degree in 1967, Noer moved to Jakarta and founded Teater Ketjil (Little Theater), a laboratory where he and other actors could experiment using the workshop model that emphasizing the whole person as introduced by W.S. Rendra, but Noer was focused on cultivating acting skills. According to the Columbia Encyclopedia of Modern Drama, Noer was a prolific playwright and director from the 1970s until his death in 1995, directing all of his original plays including his best-known work, Kapai-Kapai (Moths) in 1970.
Noer's screenplays have won numerous awards, including Pemberang which won the Golden Harvest trophy for Best Dialog at the Film Festival Asia (FFA) in 1972 and Rio Anakku (1973), Melawan Badai (1974), Pengkhianatan G30S/PKI (1984), and Taksi (1990) received Citra awards at the Indonesian Film Festival (FFI) and translations of his plays have appeared in several languages, including English, French, Swedish and Chinese.
In 1972–73, Noer participated in the International Writing Program in Iowa in the U.S.
Noer received the S.E.A. Write Award in 1990 and his most notable poetry works included Selamat Pagi Jajang (1979) and a collection of poetry published after his death, Nyanyian Sepi (1995).
In 1992, his film Bibir Mer (Mer's Lips) was submitted for consideration as the Indonesian entry for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.