Impact producers Hollie Fifer, Lina Srivastava, and Dina Purita Antonio-Jufri will serve as mentors for the first Video for Change Environmental Impact Lab. Their combined experience in impact production and excellent networks in the Asia-Pacific will guide the participants in ensuring their environmental video initiatives create more impact.
Video for Change
EngageMedia shared at Media Burn’s “Virtual Talks with Video Activists” its experience in using video, open technology, and impact production to support regional movements and raise awareness on social and environmental issues in the Asia-Pacific.
EngageMedia invites Asia-Pacific video initiatives focused on environmental issues to apply to our Video for Change Impact Lab, which seeks to strengthen the capacity of filmmakers in planning, producing, analysing, and sustaining the impacts of their work.
Engage Video is a modern video platform with over 4,000 films, documentaries, short videos, and more content that promote social and environmental justice in the Asia-Pacific. The site welcomes contributions with a variety of styles and genres, so long as it is representative of the region’s diverse contexts.
Video4change Network Updates
Impact Story: ‘The Absolute Power to Choose’
by Egbert Wits on 08/12/2020
“The Absolute Power to Choose” brings us to Kenya, where villagers from Raya were empowered to work with their local government to fix their village roads after seeing their story on video. The post Impact Story: ‘The Absolute Power to Choose’ appeared first on Video4Change.
Call for Participants: Video for Change Asia-Pacific Environmental Impact Lab
by Rezwan on 23/11/2020
EngageMedia invites individual filmmakers and video groups or collectives documenting environmental issues to apply to the Video for Change Asia-Pacific Environmental Impact Lab, which aims to strengthen the capacity of filmmakers in planning, producing, analysing, and sustaining the impacts of […]
Video4Change Network Updates, November 2020
by King Catoy on 05/11/2020
Societies around the world continue to experience attacks against the right to peaceful assemblies, media censorship, and roadblocks to exercising their right to education and livelihood, among other challenges to upholding human rights globally. But video also continues to be used to expose these […]
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.