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.
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Running online until December 5, the screenings feature stories exploring religion, racial equality, bodily autonomy, and social commentary.
A new generation of Sabahan storytellers will be showcasing their work in CineBah 2021, with Cinemata hosting the virtual screening of these short films.
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Video4change Network Updates
Learning Session: Exploring the impact of InsightShare’s Living Cultures Indigenous Fellowship
by EngageMedia on 23/11/2021
InsightShare will lead the learning session on the use of participatory video as a tool for indigenous peoples to engage and mobilise their communities. The post Learning Session: Exploring the impact of InsightShare’s Living Cultures Indigenous Fellowship appeared first on Video4Change.
Video4Change Network Updates, November 2021
by Demie Dangla on 05/11/2021
Members of the Video4Change Network have continuously put their efforts in maximising the power of technology and empowering communities to document and expose human rights violations often not covered in mainstream media. The post Video4Change Network Updates, November 2021 appeared first on […]
Indigenous-authored participatory media featured in mainstream news for COP26
by EngageMedia on 04/11/2021
COP26 provided an opportunity for indigenous communities on the frontlines of the climate emergency to raise their climate concerns with the power of video. The post Indigenous-authored participatory media featured in mainstream news for COP26 appeared first on Video4Change.
Wensislaus (Wensi) Fatubun (37) is a West Papuan filmmaker and video activist, with an impressive human rights pedigree. He is also a leader of the Papuan People’s Assembly (Majelis Rakyat Papua – MRP) which represents the cultural interests of the indigenous Papuan people, protecting the rights of indigenous Papuans, with values consistent with respect for custom and culture, the empowerment of women, and the strengthening of harmonious religious life.