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List Pertanyaan Interview Mas Robby Ertanto

Pertanyaan :

 

  1. Bagaimana pemahaman arti ide menurut mas Robby Ertanto ?

Answer :

Ide hadir dari alam bawah sadar saya kedalam alam imajinasi atau bisa juga dengan masalah-masalah sosial yang ada di Indonesia. Makanya film-film saya tentang masalah-masalah sosial dan misi kemanusiaannya. Ide juga bisa membuka daya pikir tentang apa yang ingin kita suarakan.

  1. Bagaimana pemahaman arti konsep menurut mas Robby Ertanto?

Answer :

Konsep adalah pengambangan dari ide itu sendiri, ketika kita punya ide kita mengkonsepkan ide dan merealisasikan ide kita. Dari ide itu pengembanganya konsep

  1. Bagaimana cara / strategi mas untuk mewujudkan ide dan konsep di dalam setiap karya-karya mas Robby Ertanto ?

Answer :

Cara nya pertama kita harus yakin dan optimis dengan ide. Bertanggung jawab disini adalah Merealisasikan itu kalau seperti saya kan dalam membuat sebuah bentuk film yang nyata.

  1. Bagaimanakah ukuran suatu ide dan konsep dianggap bernilai baik, dilihat dari idealisme dan bisnis ?

Answer :

Kalau bisa 2 dari sisi idealisme qt terealisasika &terpuaskan dan dari sisi industri juga terpuaska. ky film itu kan sebuah hiburan suatu bentuk tonton yg bsa memberikan penontonya itu suatu impact. Dan dikeluarkan budget yg sangad besar. Jadi qt harus memikirkan industry juga, disatu sisi idealisnya tercapai dan industrinya pun tercapai. sehingga kedua2nya saling mendukung.

  1. Bagaimankah pendapat mas tentang dunia ide dalam industry kreatif (dunia penciptaan) di Indonesia ?

Answer :

Semakin berkembang pesat ya..karena banyak banget film maker-maker baru dan film maker-maker muda yang sangat berkualitas dengan ide-ide yang menarik.

  1. Bagaimana proses mas Robby bisa menjadi seorang sutradara ?

Answer :

Pada tahun 2006 semenjak saya masuk ikj saya membuat film short movie, menang festival 2008 saya bertemu produser Hollywood datang ke Indonesia, Dia mengajak saya membuat film perpaduan antara generasi tua dengan generasi muda yang berjudul takut faces of fare. Saya dikirim ke manila oleh ASEAN untuk belajar film disana setelah itu balik ke Indonesia saya membuat film pendek yg berjudul aku perempuan, dan diambil oleh orang Australia terus kita diberi kesempatan untuk feature film layar lebar kemarin yg berjudul 7heart 7love 7 women. Tayang perdana di Australia agustus 2010 di Melbourne Sidney setelah itu saya balik ke Indonesia dan di tayangkan di Indonesia dan sekarang saya sedang persiapan film ke 2.

  1. Apa suka dan duka mas Robby menjadi sutradara?

Answer :

Suka duka belum berasa, yang pasti kita harus mendapatkan kepercayaan dari investor dan harus meyakinkan mereka bahwa film ini bermutu. Sukanya ketika film kita ditonton oleh masyarakat Indonesia dan masyarakat Internasional mereka senang ketika keluar dari bioskop.

  1. Ketika mas Robby memilih menjadi sutradara , apa keluarga mendukung

anda ?

Answer :

Pertama-tama tidak karena pertama kali saya memilih untuk masuk IKJ mereka berfikiran sekolah seni mau jadi apa. Karena keluarga saya hidup di lingkungan akuntan. Mereka lebih pasti hidupnya daripada seniman, ketika itu saya benar-benar yakin akan pilihan saya, menyakinkan mereka bahwa apa yang saya pilih itu benar, saya fokus membuat short movie, saya mendapatkan award-award akhirnya mereka puas dan merasa bangga.

  1. Apa yang membuat mas tertarik terhadap dunia film ?

Answer :

Karena saya melihat begitu banyak masalah di Indonesia kemanusian yang harus di bicarakan dan diperjuangkan, tapi satu-satunya jalan agar suara kita bisa didengar dengan membuat karya, seperti film saya kmrn 7hati 7cinta 7 wanita yang menggambarkan feminisme dimana wanita kebanyakan menjadi korban pademasofis, MBA, pelecehan seksual, itu yang harus saya suarakan lewat film dibandingkan harus berdemostrasi hanya untuk membuang-buang waktu.

  1. Bagaimana perasaan anda ketika film anda masuk menjadi nominasi IMA dan menjadi juara di salah satu nominasi ?

Answer :

Seneng banget karena satu-satunya. engga nyangka banget di piala citra kita juga dapat di IMA juga dapat. Dan kita hanya sebagai mahasiswa mencoba mahasiswa yang berkarya berarti Indonesia peduli akan regenerasi.

  1. Siapa yang menjadi inspirator mas dalam setiap karya-karya mas ?

Answer :

Inspirasi saya orang-orang sekitar saya seperti ibu saya.. seperti film saya kemarin saya terinspirasi oleh ibu saya dimana seorang perempuan benar-benar berjuang untuk menjalankan aktifitasnya hak & kewajibannya sebagai seorang perempuan disaat semua orang antipati, disaat semua masalah keluarga dia bisa hadir dengan sosok dia yang kuat dan perempuan memiliki rahim sedangkan laki-laki tidak dan dari rahim itu bisa menghadirkan pemimpin-pemimpin bangsa.

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Arsenal 2-0 Bristol Academy

Arsenal put behind them the pain of last season’s FA Women’s Cup sponsored by E.ON Final defeat by reclaiming the trophy they have made their own in recent years at the expense of Bristol Academy.

Twelve months ago Everton recorded an extra-time victory over the Gunners at The City Ground, ending a run of four consecutive Final victories for Arsenal, but the north Londoners bounced back in style, outplaying first-time Finalists Bristol en route to collecting their eleventh Women’s Cup crown.

Talented Scottish midfielder Kim Little fired Arsenal ahead on 19 minutes with a goal which went some way to justifying her increasing reputation in the game before her compatriot Julie Fleeting headed the second, and final, goal just after the half-hour mark.

A beautiful May day and an immaculate playing surface welcomed the two teams at Coventry City’s Ricoh Arena, and, keen to make an impression in their maiden Final, Bristol started brightly, forcing an early corner which Anouk Hoogendijk headed wide.

Mark Sampson’s side hassled and harried the perennial Cup winners in the early exchanges, forcing the Gunners backline into one or two shaky clearances, but, almost inevitably Arsenal grew into the game and forced the West Country side onto the back foot.

Ellen White, operating on the right of a front three, had a shot blocked and Jordan Nobbs sent a dipping volley just over the bar before Little broke the deadlock with a classy finish. She picked the ball up on the edge of the Bristol box, nutmegged Jemma Rose, jinked past Corinne Yorston and coolly slipped the ball beyond Siobhan Chamberlain in the Academy goal. It was a goal befitting any Final.

Arsenal’s lead could have been doubled just moments later when White cut inside from the left and found Fleeting in space in the box but the forward’s side-foot shot was diverted for a corner by Yorston.

With Laura Harvey’s side now comfortably on top, Fleeting didn’t have to wait too long for another opportunity to arise and she doubled the north Londoners’ advantage on 32 minutes, just seconds after hitting the bar with a poked effort. Left-back Niamh Fahey combined with Katie Chapman from a throw-in, advanced to the by-line and dug out a fine cross which Fleeting headed home.

The mercurial Scot might have made the cushion even more comfortable when she was picked out by Little but contrived to head over from 12 yards. Bristol had been forced to defend for the majority of the half and other than Hoogendijk’s header, their only other real effort of note was Helen Bleazard’s added time free-kick which sailed over Emma Byrne’s bar.

Bristol were forced into a half-time substitution as the injured Jess Fishlock was replaced by Lillie Billson, but Arsenal began the second half as they had ended the first with Little forcing Chamberlain into a 49th-minute save from Rachel Yankey’s cutback. Bristol knew one goal would get them back into the game and the closest they came was from another Bleazard free-kick on 67 minutes which struck the crossbar.

However, neither side could create many decent chances in a slightly underwhelming second half. Bristol had an uphill struggle to overcome their two-goal deficit while Arsenal knew all they had to do was see the game out sensibly.

Little, though, sought to put further daylight between the two FA WSL sides when forcing Chamberlain into another save from close range following a Jennifer Beattie, on for Fleeting, knockdown. The diminutive midfielder was at it once more as the final whistle drew nearer, making in-roads in the Bristol area before forcing Rose into the concession of another corner.

The Final had long looked over and just minutes after Yankey received generous applause from the 13,000-strong crowd upon being substituted, all that was left was for Sian Massey to sound her whistle and bring to an end Arsenal’s 12-month road to redemption.

 

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Sheffield Utd 2-2 Manchester Utd

John Pemberton is far from sure that the current crop of Manchester United kids can compare to the illustrious class of ’92. But Sheffield United’s academy boss is certain that there are still some real gems in Old Trafford’s present youth team.

The latest incarnation of ‘Fergie’s Fledglings’ paraded their considerable talents in The FA Youth Cup Final first leg showdown against the junior Blades at Bramall Lane on Tuesday night. A bumper crowd of 29,977 witnessed an enthralling 2-2 draw, and Pemberton reckons next Monday’s return clash at Old Trafford will be every bit as exciting and entertaining.

But, even if the Reds youngsters manage to clinch a tenth Youth Cup triumph for the club, they are still not destined to match the achievements of the boys from 19 years ago. Not all of them, anyway. Pemberton said: “Giggs, Neville, Scholes, Beckham, Nicky Butt…yes, that class of ’92 really was a bit special, and a lot of them are still going strong now.

“To come up with a bunch of kids like that again will take some doing, but this present group at United are very good indeed.

“Ravel Morrison is a wonderfully talented forward who is capable of scoring and creating goals from nothing. He’s a very intelligent player who takes up great positions and can beat a defender on both sides.

“I like Ryan Tunnicliffe too, in midfield. He’s big, strong and very powerful, can tackle, pass and score goals. Ryan is a very important part of their team.”

Pemberton’s admiration for the Old Trafford kids, though, is more than matched by his belief in the ability of the Bramall Lane youngsters he has so carefully nurtured and guided to The Final of this competition for the first time in the club’s history. And that is why he is convinced that his lads can cross the Pennines and pull off a sensational win for the Blades in five days time.

He beamed: “We have some really talented boys here, and I am so proud of each and every one of them. All the way through this run we’ve had to The Final they have displayed bundles of character, spirit and resilience – not to mention ability.

“For the first 20 minutes against United we looked a bit nervous against a very good side in front of a big crowd. But, once the lads came to terms with what they were up against and got used to the atmosphere, they were magnificent.

“I am so pleased with the way they performed and, after this display, we certainly won’t be going to Old Trafford with any fear.

“We went all out for a win in the first leg, and we shall be doing exactly the same in the return game. And, if everything goes well, our supporters will be able to see a group of lads who do themselves and the club proud.

“It has been a tough season for Sheffield United what with relegation from the Championship. But I am hoping what these kids are doing will give the fans something to hold on to for the future.”

 

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Manchester United 4-0 Chelsea (Agg 6-3)

Manchester United 4-0 Chelsea (Aggregate 6-3)
The FA Youth Cup sponsored by E.ON
Semi-Final Second Leg
7pm, Wednesday 20 April 2011
Old Trafford, Manchester United FC

Manchester United striker William Keane scored a hat-trick as The FA Youth Cup’s most successful club secured a place in The Final after overcoming a first leg deficit with a 4-0 victory over holders Chelsea.

Two goals in three minutes just before half-time from England U18 pair Ravel Morrison and Keane stunned the defending champions before Keane added two second-half goals to secure the nine-time winners a place in The Final against Sheffield United.

Watched by Red Devils legend Sir Bobby Charlton, who won the first of three Youth Cup winners’ medals nearly 60 years ago, the United youngsters showed the never-say-die attitude so often linked to their senior side, of whom, many have come through the youth ranks.

Local lads Keane, from Stockport and Wythenshawe-born Morrison, who was returning from suspension, were the inspiration for the Reds in their stunning fightback from a 3-2 first leg defeat.

Morrison, who has already been part of the first team squad, gave United the vital breakthrough with a deflected shot seven minutes before half-time and his strike partner Keane scored twice from close range and wrapped up his hat-trick from the spot to send United into The Final for the first time in four years.

Chelsea had almost gifted United an early goal when goalkeeper Jamal Blackman delayed his clearance only to be charged down by Keane, but the block looped wide.

Other than the ‘keeper’s error, the Blues settled quickly at the Theatre of Dreams and looked the more threatening in the opening exchanges.

Slovakian striker Milan Lalkovic failed to get away a shot on the quarter of an hour mark after a delightful ball from Josh McEachran inside the full-back and midfielder Rohan Ince delayed his strike too long after finding space in the United box.

They then created a great chance in the 23rd minute, when left-back Aziz Deen-Conteh surged through the United defence to tee up Lalkovic but ‘keeper Sam Johnstone got down quickly to save at his feet.

Gyliano van Velzen then went close twice in a minute. First, neat work between Morrison and Paul Pogba released the Dutch teenager but Todd Kane made a desperate block from ten yards.

Moments later, Van Velzen worked some space in the box but this time Tomas Kalas was on hand to scramble the ball clear. Danger man Morrison was becoming increasingly threatening and, after picking the ball up on the halfway line, he drove at the Chelsea defence before unleashing a 25-yard strike that Blackman held onto at full stretch.

But the United number 10 made the breakthrough in the 38th minute, when Pogba laid a square ball into his path and Morrison’s shot from the edge of the box deflected off George Saville and over Blackman. And the second followed three minutes later, when Keane rose at the far post between two Chelsea defenders to head home Sean McGinty’s whipped-in cross.

Adam Nditini came on at half-time as Chelsea chased an equaliser and they went close five minutes after the restart with a low 20-yard drive from Lalkovic that was tipped round the post by Johnstone. But United looked increasingly likely to add to their advantage with Ryan Tunnicliffe twice having shots scrambled clear while Van Velzen fluffed his shot after being set up by Pogba.

And in the 76th minute they got the killer third. Minutes after coming on, the speedy Tyler Blackett overlapped to good effect and squared the ball for Keane to squeeze the ball over the line from just three yards. Chelsea almost pulled a goal back five minutes later when Daniel Pappoe rose above Johnstone to head down for Lalkovic but his shot was cleared off the line by Michele Fornasier.

With five minutes to go, United broke quickly again and Keane skipped past Blackman only to be clipped by the Chelsea ‘keeper as he was about to score. But he wasn’t to be denied a hat-trick, picking himself up to smash home the spot-kick at the Stretford End.

Manchester United: Johnstone, M Keane, McGinty, Thorpe, Fornasier, Tunnicliffe, Cole, Pogba (Lingard 88), W Keane, Morrison (Lawrence 90), Van Velzen (Blackett 72).

Substitutes not used: Coll, Massacci, Blackett.

Chelsea: Blackman, Kane, Kalas, Pappoe, Deen-Conteh, Chalobah, Saville, Ince (Nditi 46), Lalkovic, McEachran, Devyne (Prosenik 81).

Substitutes not used: Tomlinson, Sampayo, Baker.

Referee: David Webb

 

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Darlington 1-0 Mansfield

Chris Senior headed home in the final seconds of extra-time to give Darlington their first FA Trophy success at Wembley.

The Quakers looked like heading to penalties in their battle with Mansfield Town but substitute striker Senior was on hand to steal the silverware for the North-East outfit and send their travelling fans into delirium.

Neither side could claim to have been vastly superior in a very competitive match, but Mark Cooper saw his side take the trophy for the first time thanks to a last minute winner.

In normal time there was little to choose between the two sides, neither of whom had ever won the competition before, though both ‘keepers had to be alert with the game so finely poised for so long.

Chris Moore caused problems on the right wing for Darlington, often able to turn inside the full back and create space for a shot. Alan Marriott showed good handling on a number of occasions under pressure from Campbell and Wright.

After half an hour the first real opening came the way of Darlington, Gary Smith weaved through the Mansfield defence cutting in from the right and shaping to shoot on his left foot only to be denied at the last moment. Darlington fans appealed for a penalty, but the Stuart Attwell waved away the claims.

While Jamie Chandler patrolled the midfield with astute awareness, Louis Briscoe was a constant threat for Mansfield from wide areas and created much for his teammates, but he was guilty of a missed opportunity when he headed over moments before half-time when unmarked from a corner.

 

Ten minutes into the second period and Briscoe showed skill and grit in equal measure to break through on the right wing and turn onto his left foot for a shot. Paul Connor got a touch but the ball went over when he looked like diverting it into the net.

Darlington could have won the game in normal time as they saw two chances go begging in the dying seconds of the second half. First Marc Bridge-Wilkinson crashed a fantastic free-kick from 25 yards off the post, and then with virtually the last touch of the 90 minutes Tommy Wright headed wide from 12 yards out.

 

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Birmingham City 2-3 Bolton Pitchside

Kevin Davies stirred memories of Nat Lofthouse as the barrel-chested Bolton striker bludgeoned his team into the FA Cup semi-finals at St Andrews on Saturday.

But the visitors owed as much to their extraordinary goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen as to their talismanic captain. Jaaskelainen produced the save of the day when he touched a diagonal drive from Kevin Phillips against his right post.

He also made two immaculate interceptions with his feet that served as an example to many of the outfielders on an afternoon of grim tackling. The first went virtually unnoticed in the opening period, but the second caused uproar as he raced out to challenge Cameron Jerome.

The Finn poked the ball away before the two men collided amid clamour for a rightly denied penalty. As the only survivor of the Bolton side beaten on penalties by Aston Villa in their last semi-final appearance 11 years ago, Jaaskelainen had more reason than most to celebrate after his 500th appearance for the club.

Birmingham, despite missing nine first-choice players and losing two men through injury in the opening half-hour, played with enormous spirit but equally great naivety. Manager Alex McLeish said: “You couldn’t ask for more in terms of commitment and effort, but we were a bit sloppy and they were silly goals.

“We came back twice and I felt we deserved a replay, but they undid us right at the end.”

 

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West Ham 0 United 1 Youth Cup

It may not have been a classic cup tie, but United proved clinical and showed an impressive level of maturity to clinch a 1-0 victory over West Ham in the FA Youth Cup fourth round on Wednesday night.

Will Keane pounced on a rebound to give United a deserved lead after 35 minutes at Upton Park, and that turned out to be enough to secure a fifth round home tie with either Newcastle or Grimsby Town.

Paul McGuinness put his faith in the same team that defeated Portsmouth 3-2 in the third round last week, and the Under-18s boss was not to be disappointed. Tom Thorpe shone at the back with a composed centre-back showing, while Larnell Cole was United’s creative spark in attack.

The opening half hour was predictably cagey as both teams sought to stamp their authority on the game. But it was United who quickly began to carve out the majority of the early chances. Paul Pogba had the Reds’ first sight of goal from a free-kick 25 yards out, earned when John Cofie’s powerful run was illegally checked. The Frenchman’s goal-bound shot was well saved by West Ham keeper Sam Cowler, who was again called into action as Cole teed up a Cofie shot from the edge of the area, which Cowler this time saved more comfortably.

It took until the 35th minute for United to finally beat Cowler, who never looked comfortable under close scrutiny. In fact, he couldn’t have made it simpler for scorer Will Keane. The opening was engineered by Cole’s sublime skill, controlling Tunnicliffe’s headed flick on 30 yards from goal, he juggled the ball

 

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