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DSLR Camera Footage Over the Internet: A Handbrake Tutorial Using H265 Codec
— September 30, 2019
2019 World Day for International Justice
EngageMedia at Global Voices Summit 2019: Challenging Digital Authoritarianism
— June 28, 2019
Strengthening the digital rights movement in the Philippines
— June 26, 2019
The Video for Change Impact Toolkit is here!
— April 26, 2019
EngageMedia, in collaboration with the Video4Change network, announces the global launch of the Video for Change Impact Toolkit.
Ahu Parmalim and Religious Tolerance
— March 12, 2019
An Indonesian short documentary on religious tolerance is finding its own audience.
Are You Ready? Animation Film Launched In Myanmar
EngageMedia on Video for Change and social impact in Yogyakarta
— December 19, 2018
On 30 November, 2018, EngageMedia's Egbert Wits and Pitra Hutomo facilitated a session on issue-based documentary and impact at the 13th Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival (JAFF) themed “Disruption”.
Films shed light on pressing digital rights issues in Myanmar
— December 19, 2018
EngageMedia, along with the Myanmar ICT for Development Organization (MIDO) and Phandeeyar Innovation Lab, organised a film screening and discussion on 16 December 2018 in Yangon. The films showcased the everyday struggles of Myanmar people in fully exercising their human rights online.
Internet Freedom Is A Basic Human Right
— December 10, 2018
Asia, as one of the world leaders in mobile internet usage with thousands of new technological adopters emerging every day, will be directly affected in the absence of internet rights.
Why Film Festivals Matter
— October 29, 2018
For over a decade, Freedom Film Festival has remained as the only independent human rights film festival in Malaysia. It has been a platform in showcasing issues and ideas that cannot be mass-communicated due to local laws and cultural taboos.
Growing Ecological Perspective in Movements with WALHI Jatim
— October 16, 2018
In July 2018, EngageMedia had the opportunity to join one of the movement’s initiative involving the residents of coastal village in Banyuwangi, a regency located at the easternmost tip of Java.
Singaporean Artist And Activist Seelan Palay Convicted for Art Performance
— October 09, 2018
Artist and activist Seelan Palay was convicted by a Singapore court for taking part in a public performance.
Videographers Tell Stories of Struggle of the Indigenous Communities in Mindanao
— September 03, 2018
King Catoy, Video for Change Lead of EngageMedia writes a blog about Kilab Multimedia and The Breakaway Media, two alternative media groups based in Davao City, Mindanao.
Interview With Voice Grantees
— August 30, 2018
EngageMedia interviewed representatives from 15 Indonesian organisations (Voice Grantees) during the first annual Linking & Learning (L&L) event on 15-19 April 2018 in Bali.
Filmmaker Jason Soo and other #Freedomflotilla activists stopped by Israeli Forces
— July 30, 2018
Israeli Navy intercepted an activist boat sailing under a Norwegian flag carrying medical aids towards Gaza.
EngageMedia is Hiring: Technical Director + Admin/Logistics Coordinator
— December 09, 2010
We’re looking for 2 new people to join the team at EngageMedia - Technology Director (based anywhere in the Asia-Pacific between Sydney and Banglore) and an Indonesian Administration and Logistics Coordinator (based in Jakarta).
My Belief is Myself (Keyakinanku adalah Aku)
— September 03, 2010
My religion belief is bridled from my parents tradition.
Ride Planet Earth Message
— August 16, 2010
Climate campaign action by the Jogja Hardtail Community, Bike to Work Jogja, Sanggar Alam elementary school, Young Cyclists of Jogja, and the Indonesian Visual Art Archive in Yogyakarta.
Chronicle of a Death
— August 10, 2010
The short film narrates the story of a pond which died on account of negligence and encroachment by people in the name of development, ignoring the utility of sustenance of natural resources.
Murder or Suicide? Merauke Journalists Terror Continues
— August 07, 2010
Merauke Regency, Papua province, Indonesia: The Merauke Police, journalists and NGOs are all busy with the recent suspicious death of a journalist. Police deny it was a murder, and have also denied it had something to do with the current provincial election, but others are not so sure.
Adidas: Stop wearing us out!
— August 04, 2010
Suparjo made Adidas shoes for 8 years before losing his job for his participation in a union strike asking for better wages. Here he tells the story of why he has decided to take a stand.
— July 30, 2010
Oily Hair - A short documentary that looks into how people are taking matters into their own hands to fight the gulf oil spill in innovative and creative ways.
Something in the Air
— July 21, 2010
A montage about unemployment in Newcastle, Australia.
Ayo Cegah Flu Burung: Animation on Avian Influenza Prevention (Cockfighting)
— July 12, 2010
Animation adapted from the FAO avian influenza control programme's flipchart. Both the printed and animated flipchart is used by Participatory Disease Surveillance and Response (PDSR) officers when socialising in villages.
Nuri dan Kakatua Lebih Indah di alam
Yerry Nikholas Borang
— July 06, 2010
Film edukasi perlindungan burung nuri dan kakatua, dengan menampilkan nyanyian solidaritas dari Slank.
Perempuan Molo - unedited anger
Yerry Nikholas Borang
— July 05, 2010
Since October 14, 2006, hundreds women from Fatumnasi and Kuanoel village, TSS, Nusa Tenggara Timur, resist marble mining. This is their recorded anger, because provocation and intimidation from mining company and thugs. They occupied the mining area and take over mining equipments. There they sang and danced while weaving on rocks.
Peuseulamat Pante Tanyoe - Selamatkan Pesisir Kita (Save Our Coastline)
Camp Sambel Videos
— June 28, 2010
Acehnese and NGO workers discuss on the future of Aceh coastline after the donors leave the area, and talking about the Green Coast Porject. Whose responsibility is it to take care of it? This film was screened at the environmental screening session in Camp Sambel.
Nusantara Video Activists Meet in East Java
— June 24, 2010
EngageMedia conducted a video distribution camp for 43 video activists from June 16th to 20th, 2010. Participants came from all over Indonesia, as well as Malaysia and East Timor.
SLF 2010: David Holmgren - Bush Fire Resilient Communities and Landscapes Part 1
Plug In Tv
— June 24, 2010
In this presentation David Holmgren shows how the permaculture strategies of self reliance and resilience make our communities and landscapes safer and more productive in bush-fire prone areas.
Association for Progressive Communications Membership Transferred to EngageMedia
— June 06, 2010
The Executive Board of the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) has agreed unanimously to support the transfer of APC membership from long-standing member, apc.au, to EngageMedia. APC was co-founded in 1990 by Pegasus Networks, the first community based national Internet provider in Australia. Former Pegasus staff established apc.au in 1997.
Wake Up Freak Out
— June 04, 2010
It turns out that the way we have been calculating the future impacts of climate change up to now has been missing a really important piece of the picture. It seems we are now dangerously close to the tipping point in the world's climate system; this is the point of no return, after which truly catastrophic changes become inevitable. Wake Up, Freak Out - then Get a Grip is a short, animated film about climate change by Leo Murray.
Launching T4RA Climate Crisis Video Compile
— June 01, 2010
Coinciding with World Environment Day, Saturday 5 June, EngageMedia is launching Time for Real Action (T4RA) at Nasi Goreng Kemang (Jl. Kemang Utara 1 No. 53), Jakarta. T4RA is a curated compilation of videos that deal with climate change issues from an Asia-Pacific perspective. Join the EngageMedia team and our special guests, from 6 - 9pm, for an evening of film, music, dance and fine food.
No Damn Right
— May 22, 2010
“No damn right”? features the moving story of two time ISA detainee, Saari Sungip and his wife, Aliza as they share their bitter sweet experience of fighting for justice as a family.
Shame BHP Shame
— May 17, 2010
Over 200 union members gathered outside the Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group (NCIG) this morning, where MUA National Secretary Paddy Crumlin said unions worked to help set up the billion-dollar facility and the non-union agreement is a slap in the face to Newcastle workers.
From Muckaty To Melbourne
— May 06, 2010
After Federal Resources Minister, Martin Ferguson announced that a nuclear waste dump would be built in the Northern Territory, few realised it was being built on indigenous land without the consent of the majority of Traditional Land Owners.
EngageMedia Upgrade Completed
— April 29, 2010
Welcome to the new look EngageMedia site, a significant improvement to our online services. The site is now using the new Plumi version 3 system and, as you can see, has an updated design. As part of the transition, every video on the site is being updated and this is taking some time to complete. It is therefore possible that a few videos will not be ready for viewing. The system is working through them all so if you come back later, the video should be ready to play. We hope that you enjoy EngageMedia's updated design and the new & improved functions the site provides.
Sebuah Bangsa Hidup Dalam Keringat Buruh (A Nation Living by the Workers' Sweat)
— April 28, 2010
Video serikat buruh tentang outsourcing. (A union video on the practice of outsourcing workers)
Asikie: Suara Ketidakadilan (Voice of the Injustice)
— April 23, 2010
Logging and palm oil company Korindo in the remote town of Asikie in Southern Papua brought very little economically to the local people while making profit from the cheap local workforce.
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