In the second post from the Cinemata Features series, Goethe-Institut Indonesia talks about their work focusing on media and technology, and how their programs contribute to discussions on digital transformation and its impact on society.
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The Indonesian short film ‘Homebound’ follows the story of female migrant worker Tari and the challenges she faced while working abroad. Catch the multi-awarded film on Cinemata from December 15 to 21, 2022.
From December 10 to 12, ten social issue films will be streaming on Cinemata in celebration of Human Rights Day. The screening is part of Cinemata Visions, a new initiative highlighting video endeavours by film schools in the Asia-Pacific.
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.
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Video4change Network Updates
Learning Session: Participatory Filmmaking with Indigenous Communities
by EngageMedia on 09/02/2023
In the 10th Video4Change Learning Session, hear from InsightShare and the Sunflower Film Organization as they talk about their processes and approaches in participatory filmmaking with indigenous communities. The post Learning Session: Participatory Filmmaking with Indigenous Communities appeared […]
Video4Change Network Updates, January 2023
by EngageMedia on 25/01/2023
In this update, read hopeful and inspiring stories about how members of the Video4Change Network continue to support community-led initiatives that empower grassroots movements to create social change. The post Video4Change Network Updates, January 2023 appeared first on Video4Change.
Films by indigenous Cambodian youth to premiere on Cinemata in 2023
by EngageMedia on 16/12/2022
The 11 films resulted from the Docu Film Camps conducted in 2021 and Docu Colab in 2022, where indigenous Cambodian youth produced documentaries tackling health education, forest and wildlife preservation, and climate change issues. The post Films by indigenous Cambodian youth to premiere on […]
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.