Lintang Ratuwulandari, born in Jakarta (Indonesia) on 1993, currently living in Amiens, France, is an independent animated filmmaker. She was majoring in Film Studies for 7 years in the University of Picardie Jules Verne. Passionate in animated films, she started making 2D animations by herself since she was a little girl. Since then, she makes, writes, and draws one short-film per year. On her first year in France, in 2012, her short-film A Boy with a Camera (2011) won double prizes : Jury Prize and Public Prize, at a Gobe ta Péloche Film Festival in Amiens. In 2014, she won the 3rd prize on the program Fêtons Court at the International Film Festival of Amiens for her short-film, STUCK (2014). The next year, she made another short-film, I’m Tired (2015), on which she innovates her real style of animation. The film was programmed for 5 years on movie theaters around the region of Hauts-de-France. Since 2016, three retrospectives of «Focus on Lintang Ratuwulandari’s Animation» had been programmed around Jakarta and Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Her film ANIMER (2015) is currently still showing all around Java, Indonesia, for a program SOROT, by AnimasiClub, on which the program is to educate Indonesian children about animation. Since 2018 to present day, she’s working on a new animated film, titled IDENTITY. The film is currently on a writing program « La Première des Marches » sponsored by l’Acap Pôle Image, Picardie.
A guy and a girl are talking about ways to kill themselves. They found six ways to do it.