At the second Video for Change Environmental Impact Lab, EngageMedia continues to work with six amazing film projects contributing to environmental justice in the Asia-Pacific. This time around, the focus of the Impact Lab was on maximising the participating films’ potential for creating impact in their communities.
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As part of the official launch of Cinemata, EngageMedia on June 30 introduced the platform to an online gathering of attendees from advocacy groups, cultural institutions, civil society organisations, and groups using Video for Change. The event also provided a space to learn how the platform differentiates itself from other proprietary video platforms, with an emphasis on privacy and security.
For the month of June, Cinemata is hosting the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Pride and Independence screenings that celebrate both Pride Month and the month of the Philippines’ Independence Day.
Addressing the environmental challenges facing our planet has become more critical than ever before. Video is a powerful tool for raising people’s awareness and in the support and strengthening of mov…
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Video4change Network Updates
New Network Member Spotlight: Dalit Camera
by Egbert Wits on 16/09/2021
Dalit Camera (DC) was established in 2011 as a means of amplifying the issues faced by Dalit, Adivasi, Bahujan, and other minority groups in India. The mainstream media in India is still largely blind to their issues. Today, DC is a large network of activists working in the Indian states of […]
Video4Change Network Updates, August 2021
by Vino Lucero on 10/08/2021
In the three months since the last update, members of the Video4Change Network have continued their tireless work to fight for democracy, equality, and accountability through the use of video and technology. The post Video4Change Network Updates, August 2021 appeared first on Video4Change.
Freedom Film Network office raided by Malaysian police
by EngageMedia on 05/07/2021
On 2 July, Malaysian police questioned filmmaker Anna Har, co-founder of Freedom Film Network (FFN), a member of the Video4Change Network, and cartoonist Amin Landak over their short film Chilli Powder and Thinner. Released in June 2021, the film tells the story of three young prison inmates who […]
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.