Filmmaker Baby Ruth Villarama will discuss the impact production lessons behind ‘Sunday Beauty Queen’, which has sparked conversations, influenced policy improvements for Filipino migrant workers, and generated support for migrant communities.
Three Indonesian filmmakers discussed what inclusivity in film production meant to them, and how they applied these ideas in creating stories that achieve meaningful representation for underrepresented communities.
The Impact Campaign Builder, an update to the Video for Change Impact Toolkit, helps video practitioners identify opportunities for creating impact and setting realistic impact goals.
To mark International Women’s History Month, EngageMedia has collaborated with Freedom Film Network and Inteamates to curate a collection of seven powerful films tackling controversial yet critical women’s issues in the Asia-Pacific region.
The Video4Change learning session provided a valuable opportunity for Network members to share knowledge and best practices from over a year of working under a global pandemic.
Three digital rights films tackling freedom of expression – The Offensive Internet, Black Out, and Not Love Songs – will be featured in the online screening on March 4.
To raise awareness on the human rights situation in Myanmar one year after the coup, EngageMedia has curated a playlist of films that turns the spotlight on the Myanmar people’s long-standing struggle for democracy.
Gladys Llanes, an alumna of EngageMedia’s second Environmental Impact Lab, writes about the challenges and rewards of working as an impact producer in the Asia-Pacific in this guest blog post.
For the second instalment of the bi-monthly Impact Talks, three filmmakers will share their experiences in ensuring inclusivity and the meaningful representation of people living with disabilities in film production.