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.
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.
To celebrate EngageMedia’s 17th anniversary, Tech Tales, a collection of eight films that highlight human rights stories in the digital age, is now available to watch on Cinemata.
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.
‘Black Out’, a film from the Tech Tales collection, is among 40 films from or about Myanmar featured in the encore edition of the Burma Spring Benefit Film Festival running online from February 1 to 13.
For our featured playlist this January, EngageMedia curates a collection of films that spark hope and inspire collective action through the stories of people and communities prevailing amidst societal challenges.
For our final playlist in 2021, EngageMedia curates a collection of short films that magnifies the daily struggles of individuals and communities during these challenging times, and reflects the wide-ranging impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in ways that are both apparent and invisible.
Running online until December 5, the screenings feature stories exploring religion, racial equality, bodily autonomy, and social commentary.