In partnership with EngageMedia, three digital rights films from the Tech Tales collection are featured in Nest Center for Journalism and Innovation and Development’s “Freedom of Expression: Mongolia and Beyond” film screening on March 4.
Nest Center is a non-government organisation that works with media organisations and entrepreneurs to enhance media literacy and create sustainable media in Mongolia.
The film screening aim to raise awareness on the challenges facing freedom of expression in the Asia-Pacific. Three Tech Tales films will be featured in the online event:
- The Offensive Internet, which highlights the Malaysian government’s clampdown on free expression;
- Black Out, a film dramatising the experience of a mother and daughter during the Myanmar coup;
- Not Love Songs, which tells the story of a young Cambodian rapper arrested for his social justice-themed songs.
The screenings will be followed by a panel discussion to discuss the films and the state of freedom of expression in Mongolia and Southeast Asia. Among the invited panelists are a lawyer, fact-checker, journalists, and filmmakers.
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