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The Act of Killing (2012)
Documentary . 02 h 39 m
3/5(1)

Overview

Filmmakers expose the horrifying mass executions of accused communists in Indonesia and those who are celebrated in their country for perpetrating the crime.

Release Date

01 November 2012

Languages

Indonesian,

Produced By

Final Cut for Real, Piraya Film, Novaya Zemlya, Spring Films,

Directed by :
Christine Cynn

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Summary

"The Act of Killing - A story of killers who win, and the society they build." is indonesian Language Movie.

"The Act of Killing" was released on 01 November 2012 it had a budget of $1,000,000 and had box office collection of $722,714.

The movie was directed by Christine Cynn

It has cast of: Anwar Congo as Self, Herman Koto as Self, Syamsul Arifin as Self, Ibrahim Sinik as Self, Yapto Soerjosoemarno as Self, Safit Pardede as Self, Jusuf Kalla as Self, Adi Zulkadry as Self, Haji Anif as Self, Sakhyan Asmara as Self, Soaduon Siregar as Self, Suryono as Self, Haji Marzuki as Self, Rahmat Shah as Self in lead roles.

Series Cast

It Crew included: Joshua Oppenheimer as Director(Directing), Anne Köhncke as Producer(Production), André Singer as Executive Producer(Production), Nils Pagh Andersen as Editor(Editing), Erik Andersson as Editor(Editing), Charlotte Munch Bengtsen as Editor(Editing), Maria Kristensen as Post-Production Manager(Crew), Henrik Gugge Garnov as Sound Editor(Sound), Ariadna Fatjó-Vilas as Editor(Editing), Tom Christer Lilletvedt as Visual Effects(Visual Effects), Christine Cynn as Producer(Production), Lizzy Ratner as Associate Producer(Production), Gunn Tove Grønsberg as Sound Editor(Sound), Christopher Berge Hove as Visual Effects(Visual Effects), Torstein Grude as Executive Producer(Production), Bjarte Mørner Tveit as Executive Producer(Production), Errol Morris as Executive Producer(Production), Janus Billeskov Jansen as Editor(Editing), Elin Øyen Vister as Sound Designer(Sound), Werner Herzog as Executive Producer(Production), Michael Uwemedimo as Producer(Production), Heidi Elise Christensen as Post-Production Manager(Crew), Joshua Oppenheimer as Co-Producer(Production), Joram ten Brink as Executive Producer(Production), Maria Kristensen as Associate Producer(Production), Signe Byrge Sørensen as Producer(Production), Mariko Montpetit as Editor(Editing), Helga Høegh-Krohn as Post-Production Manager(Crew), Lars Skree as Director of Photography(Camera), Carlos Arango De Montis as Director of Photography(Camera), Anonymous as Co-Director(Directing), Christine Cynn as Co-Producer(Production), Torstein Grude as Co-Producer(Production), Joram ten Brink as Producer(Production), Bjarte Mørner Tveit as Co-Producer(Production), Tom Christer Lilletvedt as Colorist(Editing), Rosie Thomas as Thanks(Crew), Simon Lereng Wilmont as Thanks(Crew), Christine Cynn as Director(Directing), Christine Cynn as Co-Director(Directing), in lead roles.

Series Crew

Joshua Oppenheimer
Director
O:Directing

Anne Köhncke
Producer
O:Production

André Singer
Executive Producer
O:Production

Nils Pagh Andersen
Editor
O:Editing

Erik Andersson
Editor
O:Editing

Charlotte Munch Bengtsen
Editor
O:Editing

Maria Kristensen
Post-Production Manager
O:Crew

Henrik Gugge Garnov
Sound Editor
O:Sound

Ariadna Fatjó-Vilas
Editor
O:Editing

Tom Christer Lilletvedt
Visual Effects
O:Visual Effects

Christine Cynn
Producer
O:Production

Lizzy Ratner
Associate Producer
O:Production

Gunn Tove Grønsberg
Sound Editor
O:Sound

Christopher Berge Hove
Visual Effects
O:Visual Effects

Torstein Grude
Executive Producer
O:Production

Bjarte Mørner Tveit
Executive Producer
O:Production

Errol Morris
Executive Producer
O:Production

Janus Billeskov Jansen
Editor
O:Editing

Elin Øyen Vister
Sound Designer
O:Sound

Werner Herzog
Executive Producer
O:Production

Michael Uwemedimo
Producer
O:Production

Heidi Elise Christensen
Post-Production Manager
O:Crew

Joshua Oppenheimer
Co-Producer
O:Production

Joram ten Brink
Executive Producer
O:Production

Maria Kristensen
Associate Producer
O:Production

Signe Byrge Sørensen
Producer
O:Production

Mariko Montpetit
Editor
O:Editing

Helga Høegh-Krohn
Post-Production Manager
O:Crew

Lars Skree
Director of Photography
O:Camera

Carlos Arango De Montis
Director of Photography
O:Camera

Anonymous
Co-Director
O:Directing

Christine Cynn
Co-Producer
O:Production

Torstein Grude
Co-Producer
O:Production

Joram ten Brink
Producer
O:Production

Bjarte Mørner Tveit
Co-Producer
O:Production

Tom Christer Lilletvedt
Colorist
O:Editing

Rosie Thomas
Thanks
O:Crew

Simon Lereng Wilmont
Thanks
O:Crew

Christine Cynn
Director
O:Directing

Christine Cynn
Co-Director
O:Directing
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Status: Released
Released on:
01 November 2012

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