Born in Jakarta, May 6th 1986, Dini started her passion as a diver and a photographer. She studied Sociology and Media Arts in Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia. She started her professional career as a Documentary filmmaker. She was making several documentaries for WWF, and Coremap about sea turtles and corals. Her first feature film was The Mirror Never Lies (2012). This movie is about Bajo tribe, the sea wanderer, in Indonesian Sea.  Kamila Andini has won several awards for The Mirror Never Lies, such as the Earth Grand Prix Awards in Tokyo Int’l Film Festival, Bright Young Talent in Mumbai Int’l Film Festival, Fipresci Awards in Hongkong Int’l Film Festival. Kamila Andini is now working on her second feature films titled The Seen and Unseen (2017), which received the Hubert Bals Script Development Funds and APSA Children Film Fund.

Accolades

Gita Fara and Kamila Andini and Ifa Isfansyah
Best Youth Feature Film, 2017

The Seen and Unseen (Sekala Niskala)

Best Youth Feature Film, 2017

The Seen and Unseen (Sekala Niskala)

Winner, Best Youth Feature Film, 2017 The director-producer of APSA 2012 Best Children’s Feature Film award winner The Mirror Never Dies returns with The Seen and Unseen, an…

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Garin Nugroho and Nadine Chandrawinata and Kamila Andini
Best Children's Feature Film, 2012

The Mirror Never Lies (Laut Bercermin)

Best Children's Feature Film, 2012

The Mirror Never Lies (Laut Bercermin)

Winner, Best Children’s Feature Film, 2012 Twelve-year-old Pakis lost her father when he went fishing at sea and didn’t return. A mirror her father gave…

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Films

The Seen and Unseen
2017

The Seen and Unseen (Sekala Niskala)

Indonesia, Netherlands, Australia, Qatar
2017

The Seen and Unseen (Sekala Niskala)

Winner, Best Youth Feature Film, 2017 The director-producer of APSA 2012 Best Children’s Feature Film award winner The Mirror Never Dies returns with The Seen…

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The Mirror Never Lies
2012

The Mirror Never Lies (Laut Bercermin)

Indonesia
2012

The Mirror Never Lies (Laut Bercermin)

Winner, Best Children’s Feature Film, 2012 Twelve-year-old Pakis lost her father when he went fishing at sea and didn’t return. A mirror her father gave…

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