The special screening will feature films on human rights stories in the Asia-Pacific in celebration of Human Rights Day this December.
Tech Tales Launch: Eight digital rights films highlight stories of resistance and action in the Asia-Pacific
In line with the international celebration of World Internet Day, EngageMedia on October 30 launched Tech Tales: Films about Digital Rights in the Asia-Pacific, a collection of eight films that highlight human rights stories in the digital age.
Tech Tales, a collection of eight films that highlight human rights stories in the digital age, launches on Saturday, October 30. This first-ever public screening of the Tech Tales film collection coincides with the international celebration of World Internet Day, an apt time to turn a critical eye to the current digital rights issues being faced in the Asia-Pacific.
[CLOSED] Calling Myanmar Filmmakers: Funding opportunity to produce a film on digital rights in Myanmar
If you are a filmmaker, video journalist, or animator from Myanmar, EngageMedia invites you to submit a proposal for a short film on pressing digital rights issues currently happening in the country.One chosen filmmaker will join a talented roster of Tech Tales fellows, and will receive between 4,000 to 5,000 USD to produce a 5- to 10-minute film on a digital rights topic of their choosing.”
EngageMedia announces six selected filmmakers from the Asia-Pacific who will produce “Tech Tales”, a collection of films highlighting human rights stories in the digital age. Each fellow will receive up to USD 5,000 towards their films, which together showcase various ways in which online and offline technologies are impacting people’s lives — for better or for worse.
EngageMedia continues to accept applications to produce short films on digital rights issues in the Asia-Pacific. Applications close on 20 January 2021. The selected proposals will each receive between USD 3,000 and 5,000 towards the production of the film.
EngageMedia invites filmmakers, video journalists, and animators across the Asia-Pacific to produce short films on important digital rights issues happening in our region. The works produced will be part of the July 2021 film collection, “Tech Tales: Films about Digital Rights in the Asia-Pacific”.