EngageMedia is seeking a local country partner in the Philippines to spearhead country-level activities under the Greater Internet Freedom initiative.
Over 350 films from the 35th edition of Gawad Alternatibo will be streamed on Cinemata starting August 17, offering audiences diverse social issue alternative films in the Philippines.
This post highlighting key takeaways from the GIF South and Southeast Asia Digital Rights School provides an overview on the continuing challenges that the Philippines faces in enhancing digital security and safeguarding digital rights.
In the eight post from Cinemata Features, advocacy filmmaker and educator Herwin Cabasal shares his film studies journey and how he supports young filmmakers in using the visual medium for social issue advocacy.
Amnesty International and Cinemata will showcase a diverse selection of films and videos as part of the Martial Law Bloodline Project, which aims to preserve history and promote awareness of the martial law era in the Philippines.
In the Philippines, some of the measures enacted at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to be used to this day to repress freedom of expression, especially critical voices, and normalise state surveillance.
The collection of 12 original songs produced by Filipino artists honours those who courageously stand up against challenges to their rights to bodily autonomy and campaigns for the decriminalisation of abortion in the Philippines.
Organised by the Film Aficionados Circle of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines’ College of Communication, the Sineminuto competition aims to showcase Filipino student films and explore the rich tapestry of stories within the films.
The selected filmmakers from Thailand and the Philippines will produce films for the ‘Tech Tales Youth’ film collection that will raise awareness of internet freedom and other digital rights issues in the two countries.