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— November 11, 2009
EngageMedia will have a presence at the COP15 events in Copenhagen, covering negotiations and counter-protests. We're looking for people who will be attending who wish to provide coverage, co-ordinate footage sharing or interview opportunities. We're also keen to hear from activists and organisers who wish to be interviewed!
Time for Reel Action Screenings
— November 27, 2009
This December thousands of delegates, decision makers, stakeholders and activists will converge on Copenhagen. To be part of this EngageMedia is putting on home screenings of the Reel Action compilation of Asia-Pacific climate films. Global action is urgent and essential - the time for debate is over.
Support the Walk Off
— January 19, 2010
Live hip-hop and politics to raise money for the Ampilatwatja Walk Off Camp
City Library Street Press with the Portable Film Festival
— March 24, 2009
City Library Street Press is back after a short Summer break with a new program of free workshops and a submissions call out for an exciting magazine project.
REMEMBERING MUNIR: The Inaugural Munir Said Thalib Memorial Lecture on Human Rights in Indonesia
— August 15, 2009
The Munir Said Thalib Memorial Lecture marks the 5th anniversary of the assassination of Indonesian Human Rights Champion Munir Said Thalib. By ‘Remembering Munir’ we remember all defenders of human rights in Indonesia who have been killed or disappeared without justice. “[Munir’s case] will be the test of our history.” -Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono “What we should fear most is the feeling of fear, because the feeling of fear will destroy our judgement, our logic.” -Indonesian Human Rights Champion Munir Said Thalib (1965-2004 ) With special guest speaker: Prof. Tim Lindsey Tim Lindsey is an ARC Federation Fellow, Professor of Law and Director of the Asian Law Centre at Melbourne University. He is also Co-Director of Melbourne University’s Centre for Islamic Law and Society.
World Day Against the Death Penalty (Singapore): Forum & campaign to save the life of Yong Vui Kong
— October 08, 2009
As the World Day against Death Penalty approaches on 10th October 2009, we the Singapore Anti-Death Penalty Campaign call upon the Singapore government to join 138 states throughout the world that have ceased executions in law or practice.
EngageMedia Jakarta Office Launch and Screening of "Time for Reel Action"
— December 07, 2009
"SEL 49" Office Launch with "Time for Reel Action" films and music from cross generation artists.
Pembukaan kantor Jakarta dan pemutaran "Time for Reel Action"
— December 07, 2009
Pembukaan kantor "SEL 49" dan pemutaran "Time for Reel Action"
The Mekong - A River of Life
— February 04, 2010
A photographic exhibition
Komunitas TUK Talkshow & Film Screening
— March 08, 2010
The Planet is fine, the pople are fucked! Talk show and film screening
Lomba Status Facebook Menggugat Kasus Lapindo
— May 29, 2010
New Media and the 2010 Elections | July 24,25,26, 2009 @ Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila
RJ Ian S. Sevilla
— July 03, 2009
Join us in the New Media and 2010 Election event!
Software Freedom Day 2009
RJ Ian S. Sevilla
— July 03, 2009
SquatFest is on again in 2007!
— February 13, 2007
WHEN? 7.30pm, Sunday February 18th, of course! (Same as TropFest.) WHY? By now you must know the slogan (all together now): "Because TropFest sux Corporate Cock!" HOW? SquatFest is off the grid! We will be utilising new battery-powered video projection technology, and sound will be simulcast on FM radio. Bring along a battery-powered radio and tune in!
Reelife Short Film Festival
— April 19, 2007
The 2007 Reelife Short Film Festival is a celebration of Australia’s talented young filmmakers, with 15 amazing films scheduled for the National tour. This year’s finalists represent the four points of the nation with contributions ranging from Margaret River WA, Reynella SA, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. Their films span the gamut of issues, from homelessness, to Workers Rights, to avoiding the pressure of an interfering mother to get married! Genres are broad as well from comedy to drama, experimental, mime and a western. The films display an incredible mix of intelligence, style and nuance that reflects a maturity and artistry that is very exciting for Australia's next generation of filmmakers.
CHIKA: A Documentary Performance
— February 02, 2008
This is the story of Chika Honda. Chika is a real person. She is a Japanese woman who spent a decade in Australian jails for a crime she has always insisted she did not commit. She was one of a Japanese tour group who were arrested for importation of heroin in 1992. She was released on parole in November 2002 and is now living in Japan.
Abortion, Corruption and Cops
— September 30, 2008
Film screening and speakers about the struggle for a women's right to choose.
Melbourne 2008 Homeless World Cup
— December 03, 2008
Over 500 athletes will be competing in a jam-packed schedule of more than 400 fast-paced street football matches on custom-built pitches in Federation Square and Birrarung Marr from 1-7 December 2008.
Sustainable Living Festival 2009 (Melbourne, AUS)
— February 08, 2009
The Sustainable Living Festival showcases a huge range of exhibitors, talks, workshops, art, films and performances celebrating and inspiring sustainable communities. Come and explore the Festival's three-day program in the heart of the city of Melbourne and be a part of the celebrations.
The Other Side of the Mirror
Yerry Nikholas Borang
— May 05, 2010
Taring Padi and Lafadl are organizing a 4th anniversary commemoration of the Lapindo Mud Disaster in Porong, East Java, Indonesia. The title of the event is "The Other Side of the Mirror", because they think that although many people in Indonesia already know about what happened in Porong through the mass media, there is an other side to the story. On May 7-8 2010, there will be a screening of documentary films about the Lapindo mud flow.
Jakarta 1010 ACTIONS: 10/10/10 Global Work Party
Yerry Nikholas Borang
— October 06, 2010
The Climate Project Indonesia in collaboration with The Body Shop Indonesia would like to invite you to the 10/10/10 Global Work Party: 1010 Action! ...and Engagemedia also will be there, Yayy!!
"Everything we should have known, but were never supposed to find out..."
Camp for Climate Action (Australia)
— March 25, 2008
Feel passionately about the environment? Sick of just reading about potential strategies to overcome climate change? Want to actively take part in reducing fossil fuel emissions? Camp for Climate Action is inviting you to five days packed full of inspiring discussion forums, workshops, case studies and trainings that are aimed at minimising the use fossil fuels from Australia's coal exports.
Artist Talk: theweathergroup_U
— June 20, 2008
Artist Talk: theweathergroup_U Sunday, 22 June 2008, 12:30pm, Cockatoo Island, Free theweathergroup_U is a collective pursuing experimental methods of audio-visual media production, environmental mapping and monitoring technologies, and processes of community-based interaction. theweathergroup_U seeks to examine how people from differing social and cultural backgrounds can connect with and further understand the environmental and ecological systems that surround them.
"Nowhere here in the middle" – Produced and Directed by Tara Jones.
— September 02, 2008
If the government wanted to build a radioactive waste dump in your backyard... and changed the law to to make it happen... and told you it's perfectly safe.. what would you do?
Fire of the Island
— September 02, 2008
theweathergroup_U presents a final screening/event on the last day of the Biennale. "Fire of the Island" follows Isabell Coe, Robert Corowa and co. as they establish the Sacred Fire and move the Aboriginal Tent Embassy to Cockatoo Island after the Sydney Olympics, 2000. Robert Corowa and film maker G K Young will present the documentary. Percussionist extraordinaire, Louis Burdett will perform a live score. Bang!
Melbourne Rally Stop the Intervention in Northern Territory
Plug In Tv
— June 17, 2009
On Saturday 20th June supporters of Aboriginal rights in Melbourne will be marking the two-year anniversary of the Northern Territory intervention with a solidarity rally in the CBD, followed by a public meeting at Trades Hall. The events will feature live music and a range of speakers, including a woman from the Alice Springs town camps. I'm coordinating a group of people to film this event and upload online soon-ish after the rally. I would need people with filming equipment/audio/photography... If anyone out there is able to help out on this day... email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks Sheryl
Working on what we wear: Tackling exploitation in the clothing sector
— November 13, 2009
- short films - sweatshops - solutions - speakers - refreshments You are invited to an empowering information night where you can learn above the progress that is being made to oppose the abuse of sweatshop workers. We’ll also revisit the 2009 Melbourne Social Forum and outline plans for a new social innovation and sustainability initiatives hub that supports positive change
Burma's Cyclone Nargis Candle Light Vigil - Sydney
— April 23, 2009
Cyclone Nargis killed 140,000 people and left over 1 million more homeless in Burma on May 2nd 2008. One year later thousands of cyclone survivors are still struggling every day to meet their basic needs. Burma Campaign Sydney is hosting a candle light vigil to commemerate the anniversary.
Screening and Workshop at MSF
— April 16, 2007
EngageMedia will run a workshop on online video distribution and a screening of content from the site at the Melbourne Social Forum next weekend, April 21-22.
Human rights, Democracy, and Peace Resolution in Indonesia
— February 17, 2010
Usman Hamid of the Commission for Missing Persons and Victims of Violence (KontraS) and Yan Christian Warinussy, a human rights lawyer and the Director of the Institute for Research, Analysis and Development of Legal Aid, in Manokwari, West Papua talk of all the challenges, social injustice and the future West Papua. The talk is moderated by SBS filmmaker David O’Shea.
Peluncuran dan Diskusi Videokronik di Jakarta
— March 02, 2010
Peluncuran Videokronik dan diskusi video aktivisme di Ruang Rupa, Jakarta
Obrolan Sore: Medium in the Mess Age
— July 14, 2010
Go Green... Eco-Friendly? or Eco-Trendy?
— November 18, 2010
Let's Learn & Share about Green & Sustainable Lifestyle Issues at: ECO Indonesia Learning Session
A One Day Conference - WEST PAPUA UPDATE
— November 26, 2010
The visit of Prime Minister Julia Gillard to Indonesia from 1st to 2nd November 2010 put under the spotlight indigenous Papuans being tortured by Indonesian Security Forces on two videos that have circulated widely, and the Indonesian government has admitted they are real. The Military Court in Jayapura (Papua) sentenced several soldiers to just a few months in prison, instead of the Human Rights Court trying this case.
Screening of a West Papuan documentary ‘Strange Birds in Paradise’
— December 02, 2010
In conjunction with the International Human Rights Day, the Move Media Communications (MMC) would like to invite you to join the inauguration of the DVD of the first human rights film festival in Thailand.
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