FX Making a.k.a. Frengky is part of the young group called Papuan Voices who tries to document the various people’s stories in Papua through video camera lenses. He dedicates his life to fight social injustice using the medium that he loves, audio-visual.
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Ucu Agustin uses her videos to focus on health and women’s issues and she sees the job of improving people’s social conditions as simply part of being human.
Terry Narcissan Tsui is a member of the Hong Kong based Autonomous 8a, a shared space for activists to develop and realise projects of social concern. Terry regularly produces and uploads videos about migrant worker struggles in Hong Kong. Terry believes the credit for his videos should be attributed to the dedicated people who struggle for the liberation of those at the grassroots.
Camp Sambel alumni, Sancho Alves Nahac, known as Chamot, brings hope and motivation as a filmmaker and a person.
The main issues that Jamie McMechan addresses in his video work are those that affect the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) and its members. Issues such as campaigning for workers rights, human rights, equal pay for women, violence against women, raising money for charities among others.
From my point of view, video can become a very powerful tool to build awareness at a community level and can be an effective advocacy tool, particularly if in concert with in-depth research.
Jong Pairez is a freelance visual artist, part-time supermarket employee, and aspiring amateur filmmaker. He is interested in understanding his own condition that affects him as a foreign migrant in Japan.
Indrani Kopal from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, describes herself as a full-time video journalist in Malaysiakini.tv where she learned the importance of using media in a more meaningful approach.
Maruli’s videos are about the social and political injustice that occurs almost everywhere in Indonesia. He mostly works with communities who suffer from violence enacted by the State or other authorities.