Running parallel to the DRAPAC23 Assembly from May 22 to 26, 2023, Cinemata Big Screen will feature over 20 films that address the challenges of living in an increasingly digitised world.
The videos produced by Greenpeace Philippines highlight the experiences of Filipino island communities living under the constant threat of sea-level rise and other adverse impacts of climate change. Watch all three episodes on Cinemata.
[DEADLINE EXTENDED] EngageMedia invites Thai filmmakers to become a Tech Tales Youth filmmaker and produce short films on internet freedom and other digital rights issues.
Tech Tales Youth aims to support a new group of young filmmakers and visual storytellers in the Philippines and Thailand to produce short films about human rights in the digital age.
Htaike Htaike Aung, lead curator of the Myanmar Internet Project and founder of Myanmar ICT for Development Organization, talks about the ongoing digital dictatorship in Myanmar and how pro-democracy activists are pushing back against the regime.
Cinemata is co-presenting the 19th edition of the annual inter-school film competition for young Filipino filmmakers. From March 14 to 23, the 12 student films selected as finalists for the competition will be available to watch on Cinemata.
In the third post for ‘Cinemata Features’, Aceh Documentary shares their work on producing high-quality documentaries on social issues and conducting filmmaking workshops to empower Acehnese people.
This collection of student films from the University of the Philippines Film Institute were produced at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines and explore challenges posed by one of the longest lockdowns in the world.
In the second post from the Cinemata Features series, Goethe-Institut Indonesia talks about their work focusing on media and technology, and how their programs contribute to discussions on digital transformation and its impact on society.