The latest version of Cinemata features enhanced site navigation, video upload improvements, and more, making it easier for the Cinemata community to maximise this free and independent open source platform.
We help changemakers use video to create more impact by enhancing their knowledge, strategies, technology, networks, and storytelling skills.
The team behind ‘Coral Woman’ uses film and art as platforms for change, creating educational toolkits, a children’s book, and art installations to raise awareness about the state of coral reefs in India.
The Video4Change Network celebrates 10 years of bringing together organisations catalysing the use of video for human rights, social justice, and environmental change. This post looks at some highlights and milestones throughout the decade.
Cinemata is a platform for social and environmental films about the Asia-Pacific. Cinemata highlights essential yet underheard stories, increasing filmmakers’ reach, engagement, and impact, helping audiences discover thought-provoking videos.
The Video for Change Impact Toolkit is an online guide for the design and evaluation of a video for change social impact campaign, focusing on a holistic approach that considers all activities and their capacity to create impact, rather than on the effect of a video product alone.
The Video4Change Network is a consortium of organisations from around the world using the power of video for human rights, social justice, and environmental change.
Video4change Network Updates
Video4Change Network celebrates its 10th anniversary
by EngageMedia on 22/07/2022
The Video4Change Network is celebrating 10 years of bringing together changemakers eager to create impact through the medium of film. In this blog post, five Network members share some of their personal highlights throughout the decade. The post Video4Change Network celebrates its 10th anniversary […]
Video4Change Network Updates, July 2022
by EngageMedia on 14/07/2022
Using the power of video, the Video4Change Network continues to document realities on the ground. This update includes stories of vulnerable communities using the media to fight back against abuse, and how Network members are maximising technology to counter disinformation. The post Video4Change […]
New Learning Session: Opportunities and challenges for independent video platforms
by EngageMedia on 01/07/2022
With the dominance of big tech video platforms, do independent video platforms still matter? At the eighth Video4Change Learning Session, EngageMedia will share the opportunities and challenges it experienced while managing Cinemata, an open and secure video platform for social issue films in the […]
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.