Padang, (Antara Sumbar) - The documentary film entitled "Negeri Dongeng" which is set in the highest seven expedition of Indonesia will be aired in Padang, West Sumatra, on October 24, 2017.
"We believe the film is interesting to watch especially by young people who have the spirit of nationalism," Film Affairs Committee, Illa Mestika stated in Padang on Wednesday.
The film, which aired throughout Indonesia, tells an exciting experience of both joy, sorrow and togetherness in the climbing process, as well as documenting the natural beauty of archipelago and the richness of Indonesian culture.
The real story for two years of adventure in the seven highest mountains in Indonesia are enshrined in the film. It is believed to suck a lot of spectators, especially in Padang.
Aksa7 as the film producer presented 67 public figures as guest expeditors who participated in each expedition.
Among them are Nadine Chandrawinata, Medina Kamil and Matthew Tandioputra who are the youngest climbers who have completed seven highest mountain peaks in Indonesia.
Seven peaks that became the object of expedition in the film are Mount Kerinci, Semeru, Rinjani, Mount Bukit Raya, Mount Rantemario, Binaiya, and Mount Cartenz in Papua that included in the seven world summit in April 2016.
"In the city of Padang, it will be aired on October 24, 2017 at 04.00 pm on XXI Transmart, but the audience must book tickets in advance via phone number 081267118938" Illa said.
She hopes the young people who will watch this movie feel satisfied and get a lesson about the expedition and the outdoors.
The film Dongeng got support from the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Ministry of Tourism, and was recently supported by the Ministry of Education and Culture of Republic of Indonesia.
The form of support is realized through the presence of KLHK RI Minister Siti Nurbaya and Minister of Tourism RI Arief Yahya on Special Screening Affairs of August 17, 2017. (cha)
Editor: Vicha Faradika