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Name  Asrul Sani
Role  Writer
Ex-spouse  Mutiara Sani

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Born  10 June 1927 Rao, West Sumatra, Dutch East Indies (1927-06-10)
Died  January 11, 2004, Jakarta, Indonesia
Parents  Marah Sani Syair Alamsyah, Nuraini binti Itam Nasution
Awards  Citra Award for Best Screenplay, Citra Award for Best Original Story
Movies  Bulan di Atas Kuburan, Nagabonar, After the Curfew, Kejarlah Daku Kau Kutangkap, Bunga Desa
Similar People  Rivai Apin, Chairil Anwar, Mutiara Sani, Usmar Ismail, Deddy Mizwar

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Asrul Sani (10 June 1927 – 11 January 2004) was an Indonesian writer, poet and screenwriter.

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Biography

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Sani was born in Rao, West Sumatra on 10 June 1927. His father was Sultan Marah Sani Syair Alamsyah.

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Together with Chairil Anwar and Rivai Apin, Sani published Tiga Menguak Takdir in 1950. In the 1950s, together with Usmar Ismail, he founded Akademi Teater Nasional Indonesia (Indonesia National Theater Academy).

Sani's first screenplay was Lewat Djam Malam (Past Curfew) which obtained an award in the 1955 Indonesian Film Festival. His other screenplays that obtained Citra awards were Naga Bonar, Kejarlah Daku Kau Kutangkap (Chase Me, I'll Catch You), Titian Serambut Dibelah Tujuh, and Kemelut Hidup (Life Crisis). Apa yang Kau Cari, Palupi? (What are You Looking for, Palupi?) received an award in the Asian Film Festival.

He had become a chairman of Dewan Perfilman Nasional (the National Film Board). After that, the situation of Indonesian cinema deteriorated. He then focused on writing screenplays for soap operas, adapted from Indonesian novels, such as Sitti Nurbaya, Salah Asuhan, and Sengsara Membawa Nikmat.

Sani died on 11 January 2004.

Legacy

Kejarlah Daku Kau Kutangkap (1985) won a Citra award in 1986, Piala Anteman and Piala Bing Slamet. Naga Bonar (1986) won a Citra award in 1987.

Sani received an Anugerah Seni award in 1969 and a Bintang Mahaputera medal in 2000 from the government. According to Ajip Rosidi, he could speak English, Dutch, French, and German.

References

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