Daniel Rudi Haryanto

Daniel Rudi Haryanto



Daniel Rudi Haryanto is an Indonesian film director, writer, and producer. He has created some of the most acclaimed films in the country, such as “The Raid” and “Daun di Atas Bantal”. He is known for his unique style of directing, which combines elements of suspense and action to create emotionally charged stories.

Born in Jakarta in 1975, Daniel was inspired to become a filmmaker at a young age. He started out by making short films with friends and family. By his late teens, he had already written and directed several short films, which garnered him attention from the local film industry.

In 2000, he made his feature film debut with “The Raid”, which was a huge success in Indonesia. This film was notable for its intense action sequences and suspenseful story. It was also the first Indonesian film to win the prestigious Best Picture award at the 2001 Indonesian Film Festival.

In 2003, Daniel directed “Daun di Atas Bantal”, which was an adaptation of the novel of the same name. It was a critically acclaimed film that explored themes of family, love, and death. It was nominated for several awards, including Best Director at the 2004 Indonesian Film Festival.

In 2007, Daniel directed “The Night Bus”, which was a horror film about a group of passengers on a bus who are stalked and killed by a mysterious creature. The film was a success at the box office and received positive reviews from critics.

Daniel’s most recent film is “The Forbidden Door”, which was released in 2009. It tells the story of a young man who discovers a secret door which leads to a world of dark secrets. The film was a box office hit and received positive reviews from critics.

In addition to his work as a filmmaker, Daniel is also an active member of the Indonesian film community. He has been a board member of the Indonesian Film Producers Association since 2005. He also serves as an advisor to the Indonesian Film Council.

Daniel’s work has garnered him numerous awards and accolades. He has been nominated for six Indonesian Film Festival awards, winning Best Director for “Daun di Atas Bantal”. He has also been honored with the Satyalancana Kebudayaan Award from the Indonesian government.

Daniel Rudi Haryanto is one of the most successful and acclaimed filmmakers

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