INASCRS Film Festival

No: 107/sek.inascrs/IV/2021 


The INASCRS Film Festival (IFF) is held for the first time at the 6th INASCRS Biennial Meeting and will be held in the future of INASCRS Biennial Meetings. All accepted film submissions will be available for viewing on-demand at the conference website. Winning films are presented virtually at the 6th INASCRS Biennial Meeting closing ceremony.

IFF is open to all Residents and Ophthalmologists with the terms and conditions as follows:


  1. Winners in each category bellow will receive a trophy:
    • Cataract/Implant Surgery & Cataract Complications/Challenging Cases.
    • Refractive/Corneal Surgery.
    • Special Interest related to eye health.
    • International producer
    • Audience Favorite (the award is voted for by the viewers)
  2. Participants are required to send a title & synopsis of up to 120 words. The deadline for receiving the synopsis is 20 May 2021.
  3. Maximum Number of Authors & Co-authors is 5. Only 1 film for 1 producer will be accepted from each category. However, the main producer can be co-producing other films (maximum 2 films) that are included in the competition.
  4. It should have no financial interest (no logo or company brands). Declaration of conflict(s) of interest should be made within the first 5 seconds of the video. Failure to declare conflict(s) of interest may result in the video not included for judging.
  5. The producer is required to be a registered and paid delegate of the 6th INASCRS Biennial Meeting and is strongly encouraged to attend virtually the Film Festival Awards Ceremony.
  6. Films should not content racial, sexual, or religious matters.
  7. The decision of the judges is final.


  1. Applicability/educational value
  2. Originality
  3. Scientific content/validity
  4. Clarity
  5. Cinematic quality (audio, editing, technical)
  6. Artistic effects (music, graphic, lighting, animation, talent, effects)


  1. Film presentations exceeding (Maximum) the 8-minutes limit (including opening introduction and closing credits) will be disqualified.
  2. Films submitted to INASCRS will NOT be returned to the producer, do not send the master/original copy of your film. The film must be properly labelled with the producer’s name and the title of the film (not exceeding 20 words). The title on the label must match the title submitted and the title as presented in the film.
  3. Background of music should not violate the copy right.
  4. The narration should be clear.
  5. All presentations are in English for titling, subtitling, and soundtrack.
  6. The film should be shown on screen as seen by the surgeon with images of the eye and eye surgery filling most of the screen.
  7. The font size, style, and color should be readable.
  8. Graphics, schematic illustrations, and animation can be used to clarify points.
  9. Acknowledgement of prior investigators and contributors is required.


  1. Format: MPEG-4 (MP4)
  2. Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  3. Preferred Resolution: 1080p (1920×1080)
  4. File Size: NOT more than 500 MB


  1. Deadline of film submission: 20 May 2021. No films submitted after the deadline will be accepted for judging.
  2. Upload your film at https://6th.inascrs.org/ (https://6th.inascrs.org/registration/?menu=login)
    • To log in: Use your email and password (You received log in password after registration for the 6th Inascrs Biennial Meeting.
    • Click menu Upload IFF
    • Click Browse and upload your video in format .mp4
    • Click Upload and wait until the uploading process 100%
    • Fill in the film synopsis maximum 120 words.
    • Click Submit

Jakarta, 9 April 2021

Inascrs Film Festival

The 6th INASCRS Biennial Meeting

INASCRS ©2021. All rights reserved

Refractive Surgery 2 : (The Lion Sleep Tonights)

26 June 2021
14.00-15.30 WIB


Moderator Johan A. Hutauruk, MD
Time Topics Speakers
14.00 - 14.20 Decision-Making Matrix: SMILE vs LASIK vs TransPRK vs ICL Dan Reinstein, MD
14.20 - 14.28 A Case Report: Corneal Erosion in Patient 3 Weeks after TransPRK Associated Elevated Intraocular Pressure Sophia Pujiastuti, MD
14.28 - 14.36 T-PRK as an Alternative for Enhancement after ReLEx SMILE Harka Prasetya, MD
14.36 - 14.44 Lasik Flap Trauma Dini Dharmawidiarini, MD
14.44 - 14.52 Lasik Enhancement Farida Moenir, MD
14.52 - 15.00 Managing Dry Eye Issues in Refractive Surgery Patients: Major Review and Latest Updates Nina Asrini Noor, MD
15.00 - 15.08 Case Study: Corneal Viral Infection Post TransPRK Patients Zoraya Ariefia Feranthy, MD
15.08 - 15.30 Q n A

Cataract 4 : (Eye Of the Tiger)

27 June 2021
14.00-15.30 WIB


Moderator : Imam Tiharyo, MD
Time Topics Speakers
LRI Astigmatisme Management Made Easy Rinanto Prabowo, MD
SULCOFLEX TRIFOCAL : An Elegant Solution for Treating Presbyopia Sjamsu Budiono, MD
Trifocal IOL Hadi Prakoso, MD
Toric IOL (Image Guided) Setiyo Budi Riyanto, MD

Refractive Surgery 3 : (Just Can't Get enough)

27 June 2021
10.30-12.00 WIB


Moderator Vidyapati Mangunkusumo, MD
Time Topics Speakers
10.30-10.42 Pseudophakic Monovision Darmawan M. Sophian, MD
10.42-10.54 Perfect but unperfect unhappy pseudophacic 20/20 patient Imam Tiharyo, MD
10.54-11.06 Managing Iris Repair in Tricky Situations Ashvin Agarwal, MD
11.06-11.18 Axial Length to Central Corneal Curve ratio as an indicator of the refractive outcome after cataract surgery Vidyapati Mangunkusumo, MD
11.18-11.30 Phakic IOL Hadi Prakoso, MD
11.30-11.42 Cataract Surgery after Refractive Surgery Novita Sitompul, MD
11.42 - 12.00 Q n A

Refractive Surgery 1 : (Every Little thing It does is Magic)

26 June 2021
10.30-12.00 WIB


Moderator Setiyo Budi Riyanto, MD
Time Topics Speakers
5 Rights for AI (Artificial Intelligent) in Ophthalmology Daniel Ting, MD
Baby steps: A simple guide to start LASIK Uyik Unari Dwi Kaptuti, MD
BIOPTICS : Two Corrections, One Refraction (Case Report) Sita Pritasari, MD
Economic Impact from Laser Refractive Surgery Imam Tiharyo, MD
A Case Report: Smartsurface Surgery Performed in a Post LASIK Patient Henry Albar Wibowo, MD
SMILE Nashrul Ihsan, MD
What to Expect with Relex Smile Refractive Surgery ? Bambang Triwiyono, MD
Q n A

Video Session from Top Surgeon (Beat it)

20 June 2021
19.00 - 20.30 WIB


Panelists : Tjahjono D. Gondhowiadjo, MD
: Ucok P. Pasaribu, MD
Time Topics Speakers
Canabrava Techniques -- Pearls and Tips Sergio Canabrava, MD
Managing Dangling IOL's Ashvin Agarwal, MD
Total (Sclero-Cornea) Keratoplasty -Case Demonstration Tjahjono D. Gondhowiadjo, MD
Posterior Polar with Preexisting Defect Abhay Vasavada, MD

Cataract 3 : (Don't Stop Believing)

26 June 2021
19.30-21.00 WIB


Moderator : Nashrul Ihsan, MD
Time Topics Speakers
19,30 - 19.40 Modified Flanged Scleral Fixation Technique (Telegin’s Technique) A. Rizal Fanany, MD
19.40 - 19.50 Secondary IOL Implant (Intrascleral Fixation Canabrava Technique 4 Flanged) Muhammad Abrar Ismail, MD
19.50 - 20.00 Combine Scleral Fixation IOL - Iridodialisis Repair Sahata P. H. Napitupulu, MD
20.00 - 20.10 Unwanted Situations in Aphakic Artisan IOL Implantation Emmy Dwi Sugiarti, MD
20.10 - 20.20 Yamane Technique Rio Rhendy, MD
20.20 - 20.30 IOL Exchange : Intact Optic Removal Farida Moenir, MD
20.30 - 20.40 Reposition of the Subluxated IOL I Wajan Gede Jayanegara, MD
20.40 - 20.50 Iris Claw IOL "Made Easy and Safe" Ikhsan Revino, MD
20.50 - 21.00 Q n A

Cataract 2 : (Learn the Hard way)

20 June 2021
14.00-15.30 WIB


Moderator : Darmawan M. Sophian, MD
Time Topics Speakers
14.00 - 14.10 My Experience Using APX Device for Small-pupil Cataract Surgery Henny Riyanto, MD
14.10 - 14.20 Iridodyalisis in Phaco Surgery Soeharnila, MD
14.20 - 14.30 Difficulty Phacoemulsification in PFX patient Indri wahyuni, MD
14.30 - 14.40 Cataract Surgery in Vitrectomized Eyes Jessica Zarwan, MD
14.40 - 14.50 Decision Making and Management of Uveitic Cataract Fitria Romadiana, MD
14.50 - 15.00 My Bad Experience with Fuchs Iris Depigmentation in Cataract Surgery Muhammad Iqbal, MD
15.00 - 15.10 Endophthalmitis in Patients with Dropped Nucleus/Retained Nuclear Fragments Soedarman Sjamsoe, MD
15.10 - 15.20 Anterior Capsular Phimosis Andrew M. Knoch, MD
15.20 - 15.30 Q n A

Cornea 2 : (Here Comes the Sun)

20 June 2021
10.30-12.00 WIB


Moderator Sharita R. Siregar, MD
Time Topics Speakers
10.30 - 10.40 Trouble in DSAEK: Take a Deep Breath and Try to Fix it! Dini Dharmawidiarini, MD
10.40 - 10.50 PKP in Difficult Case Mano Ranjan Das, MD
10.50 - 11.00 DALK Tips and Trick Mano Ranjan Das, MD
11.00 - 11.10 PDEK with Glued IOL Ashvin Agarwal, MD
11.10 - 11.20 Long Term International Outcomes of the Boston Keratoprosthesis Anthony Aldave, MD
11.20 - 11.30 Artificial Iris in Post Keratoplasty: "Goodbye glare" Sharita R. Siregar, MD
11.30 - 11.40 Cultured Human Corneal Endothelial Cell Injection Theraphy Shigeru Kinoshita, MD
11.40 - 11.50 Tips and Tricks in DMEK Rajesh Fogla, MD
11.50 - 12.00 Q n A

Opening Ceremony

19 June 2021
19.30 - 21.00


Time Topics Speakers
19.30 - 19.35 MC Opening and Announces Ethical Lecture Session Nina Asrini Noor, MD
19.35 - 19.50 Ethical Lecture: Indonesian Cataract Surgery -an Update Legal & Ethical Problems Kirana Sampoerna, MD
Opening Ceremony
19.50 - 19.55 Opening remark, Chairman of Organizing Committee Darmawan M. Sophian, MD
19.55 - 20.00 Opening remark, Chairman of INASCRS Hadi Prakoso, MD
20.00 - 20.05 Opening speech, Chairman of PERDAMI M. Sidik, MD
Keynote Lecture
20.10 - 20.30 Cornea : From the Lab to the Lane: Translational Research for Inherited and Acquired Corneal Disorders Anthony Aldave, MD
20.30 - 20.50 Refractive Surgery : Beyond PAC LASIK Personal Insight Tjahjono D. Gondhowiardjo, MD
20.50 - 21.10 Cataract : Tips for Cataract Surgery - Learning from a Lifetime Abhay Vasavada, MD
Closing Nina Asrini Noor, MD

Cornea 1 : (Never gonna give you Up)

19 June 2021
14.00 - 15.30 WIB


Moderator : Ucok P. Pasaribu, MD
Time Topics Speakers
Pseudophakic Bullous Keratophaty : Prevention in Daily Practice and Management Update Wisnu Sadasih, MD
Phacoemulsification with Coexiting Corneal Opacities : Tips and Tricks Marjis, MD
Cornea Problem Post Vitrectomy Surgery Syska Widyawati, MD
Keratoconus; How to Diagnosis and Treatment Update Suhardjo SU, MD
Prepare for Keratoplasty Alie Sholahuddin, MD
Primary Graft Failure Following Penetrating Keratoplasty. What do We need to Look Back? Faraby Martha, MD
Q n A

Cataract 1 : (Start Over (시작))

19 June 2021
10.30-12.00 WIB


Moderator : Budiman, MD
Time Topics Speakers
10.30 - 10.38 Phaco IOL for Beginners : How to Get Started Budiman, MD
10.38 - 10.46 How should We Chose OVD in Daily Cataract Surgery Siska, MD
10.46 - 10.54 How to Avoid Argentinian Flag Victor Rasoebala, MD
10.54 - 11.02 Anterior Deep Chamber Stability Factor Important for Sucsesfully in Phaco Cataract Muhammad Ikhsan, MD
11.02 - 11.10 Phaco in Shallow Anterior Chamber : Start with Rhexis through the Phacoemulsification Wisnu Sadasih, MD
11.10 - 11.18 Dealing with Polaris Cataract for Beginner Phaco Surgeon Indri Wahyuni, MD
11.18 - 11.26 Semi-crater Technique: Non Hydroprocedure Phacoemulsification Fitria Romadiana, MD
11.26 - 11.34 Anterior Vitrectomy with the very simple Instruments, Cortext Cleaning to Primary IOL Implantation. Amir Shidik, MD
11.34 - 11.42 When Sulcus IOL Implantation Muhammad Edrial, MD
11.42 - 12.00 Q n A