FreedomFilmFest 2022 is returning to the big screen with a lineup of deep, difficult, and daring films produced just before and during the pandemic. Cinemata will be hosting the screenings of the films during the weeklong event in Malaysia.
Ahead of the fifth instalment of the Digital Discourses series this October, Cinemata is streaming lectures from the previous editions of the conference series that aims to stimulate debate about the impact of digital transformation on society.
From August 14 to October 31, 2022, over 60 films highlighting the best of Philippine alternative storytelling and filmmaking will be streamed exclusively on Cinemata.
The latest version of Cinemata features enhanced site navigation, video upload improvements, and more, making it easier for the Cinemata community to maximise this free and independent open source platform.
The team behind ‘Coral Woman’ uses film and art as platforms for change, creating educational toolkits, a children’s book, and art installations to raise awareness about the state of coral reefs in India.
The Video4Change Network celebrates 10 years of bringing together organisations catalysing the use of video for human rights, social justice, and environmental change. This post looks at some highlights and milestones throughout the decade.
In the next session of Impact Talks, impact producer Anupama Mandloi and director Priya Thuvassery will discuss their creative approach for the impact campaign of ‘Coral Woman’. The session is part of a webinar series in this year’s Docs by the Sea.
Running from July 14 to 17, the 18th Mini Film Festival features a variety of online and offline film screenings, discussions, and exhibitions.
For the first post from Cinemata Features, film curator Rose Roque talks about the importance of her work as an archivist and why films about the Philippines’ martial law period are even more relevant in a time of disinformation.