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"Strike Me Pink"
— September 24, 2009
More than 400 Sydney wharfies at the Patrick Terminal at Port Botany were today kitted out in new hot pink hard hats bearing the McGrath Foundation logo, proving once and for all that real men do wear pink.
'Orang Asli' Youth In The Moment
Lesly Leon Lee
— November 22, 2009
I went on a short journey among the orang asli youth in Peninsular Malaysia, in Terengganu and Selangor. How do they make a living? What do they do after their studies? Do they depend on formal education? Does the option of a university education and modernity solve all the orang asli youth problems?
3CR's Radiothon begins 1 June
Plug In Tv
— January 23, 2007
Melbourne’s independent and outspoken community radio station, 3CR has announced a target of $210,000 for its 2009 Radiothon, which will run from 1 -14 June, 2009. This year’s theme of ‘People Powered Radio’ reflects the spirit of the station. 3CR as over 300 volunteers and is committed to providing alternative coverage of social, environmental, cultural and political issues. Go here for the news article and more videos: http://www.engagemedia.org/Members/andycat/news/3cr-radiothon/
6 Detik Lagi (6 more seconds)
Think Act Change
— February 15, 2010
High school kids ask around what people know about HIV/AIDS in Jakarta where a person is infected in every 6 seconds.
10 Tahun Sebelum Merdeka (2007)
— February 05, 2009
10 Tahun Sebelum Merdeka (10 Years Before Independence) is a short historical documentary film about the untold story of the Malayan people's constitutional struggle for independence from British colonialism, and the rise of the people's democratic movement in Malaya, ten years before Merdeka.
2019 World Day for International Justice
Adelaide EngageMedia Workshop
— February 21, 2007
The net is quickly becoming one of the most effective ways for video activists to distribute their content. EngageMedia will be running a workshop in Adelaide on February 26th, come along and learn how you can use online distribution tools to get your video work out there.
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.
Ahu Parmalim and Religious Tolerance
— March 12, 2019
An Indonesian short documentary on religious tolerance is finding its own audience.
Al Jazeera Pulls West Papua Film
— July 03, 2009
Al Jazeera has bowed to Indonesian pressure not to screen the West Papua documentary 'Pride of Warriors. The film, which voiced West Papuan perspectives of the Indonesian military presence and human rights abuses, was due to be screen on Al Jazeera English channel on Thursday night at 6:30pm.
Andang and Sarjo
— March 18, 2009
This film documented Andang's experience when he cut his long hair. He met Sarjo who has long story with his job as hair dresser/cutter. Sarjo told Andang about living in Jakarta and his roots.
APEC Climate Action at Loy Yang Power Station
— September 05, 2007
On Monday September 3rd 2007 activists shut down down part of the Loy Yang power station in Gippsland's Latrobe Valley to coincide with APEC leaders meeting in Sydney. The protest aimed to highlight the inaction on climate change by APEC member governments.
Applications open for Camp Sambel
— March 25, 2010
EngageMedia will be conducting a video distribution camp near Malang, East Java, which will bring together key cultural groups and individuals to discuss, share skills and collaborate around digital video distribution.
Are You Ready? Animation Film Launched In Myanmar
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.
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.
— March 15, 2010
AT STAKE is a brave and eye-opening documentary tackling taboo issues that many women are facing in the world's most populous Islamic country.
— September 21, 2007
Australia is on the verge of the largest expansion on its nuclear industry. Booting John Howard and the Liberal government out of office might not in itself be enough to stop all of it, but it would be a good start.
— September 17, 2006
The Audio and Video edition of NGO-in-a-box is a toolkit of Free and Open Source Software documentation and tutorials for NGOs, non-profits and media activists. Produced by Tactical Tech in collaboration with EngageMedia the box aims to lower the entry level for NGOs and individuals wanting to use audio and video for social change.
Audio/Video Toolkit Updated
— July 02, 2007
The Audio/Video edition of NGO-in-a-Box is a collection of Free and Open Source Software tools, guides and tutorials for multimedia production and distribution. The edition has just been revised with new tools, updated versions of the software, the ability to browse the content by tags and some new categories.
Australia's public demand action on Climate Change at the National Climate Emergency Rally
— June 13, 2009
On Saturday 13th June 2009 there were rallies in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Canberra and Hobart on the same day as part of an initiative by Australia's Climate Action Summit in February 2009 when over 140 climate action groups came together. The rallies are our chance to secure strong global action to cut emissions in time to avoid catastrophic climate change. In December 2009, governments of the world will meet in Copenhagen to forge a critical new global climate change agreement in the lead-up to this we will be calling for 100% renewable energy by 2020 and Australia to lead the way in combating climate change.
Australian Greens Senator Christine Milne talks about the COP15 Negotiations
— December 12, 2009
Australian Greens Senator Christine Milne talks about the COP15 Negotiations
Australian Human Rights Arts and Film Festival - Call for Film Submissions
Human Rights Arts and Film Festival
— May 28, 2007
Australia's first ever Human Rights Arts and Film Festival is now calling for film submissions from established, emerging and new artists! Send us your shorts, features, documentaries, animations and anything in between. For more information and submission details, visit www.hraff.org.au
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.
Bankrupt - part 1
— February 14, 2008
A documentary about Gerhard Wiedmann, a German forester, and his battles with NSW State Forestry over local destruction impacting on his private land.
Beyond the Factory Walls
— December 11, 2006
Beyond the Factory Walls is a digital video production and multimedia theatre collaboration between an Australian community television group, Actively Radical Television (ARTV) from Sydney and a Jakarta based Factory Workers' theatre company, Teater Buruh Indonesia (TBI - Indonesian Workers Theatre).
Bicycle Film Festival Call for Volunteers
— November 05, 2008
The 2008 Bicycle Film Festival (BFF) uses a cultural platform to celebrate the bicycle in its many shapes and forms. The festivals mission is to promote the role of the bicycle in society through film, music and art made by, for and about cyclists. The Melbourne Bicycle Film Festival is looking for volunteers to undertake a variety of activities during the 2008 BFF.
Blogger Gopalan's Message Before Imprisonment in Singapore
— September 23, 2008
US Citizen convicted in Singapore for blogging about court proceedings of a political case. This is Gopalan's message of appeal to the public before he began his 3 month prison sentence on 20 September 2008.
Bono: Australian activists find what they are looking for at the G8
simo and co
— June 11, 2007
During the recent G8 summit in Germany a group of Australian activists present for the protests had the fortune to come across Bono. Unhappy with his meagre demands of the G8, at his willingness to sit down at the table with war criminals such as George Bush and Tony Blair to ask for a few scraps for Africa, at the credibility he gave to these illegitimate institutions and his use of the issues to further his thirst for power, the activists thought they'd have a few words.
— July 28, 2008
Behind the wall we create our own ways to communicate... "Bonseng" is 1 of 4 video diaries made by children living in juvenile detention in Tangerang, Indonesia. The Kampung Halaman Foundation and PKBI Jakarta Timur did this project around the Indonesia independence day, 17 August 2006. The children produced this video diary over 10 days, where Kampung Halaman were facilitators and PKBI helped to facilitate this process.
— March 16, 2010
A short film made by a father to his son who is celebrating its first birthday on March 16, 2010. Featuring the oral story of Batek Negritos explaining the cosmical Night and Day. Shot in Single 8mm film and edited using FOSS tools namely Kdenlive, Audacity, etc.
Call for Entries: Reel Earth - the Aotearoa Environmental Film Festival
— January 14, 2008
New Zealand's leading Environmental Film Festival seeks entries for 2008 edition. Pull down cash prizes, and be on the big screen all over New Zealand.
CALL OUT: Australian protest footage for SBS documentary
— May 15, 2007
We are producing a 50 minute documentary on protest for SBS, presently scheduled for screening in January 2008. Its focus is protest and dissent in Australia over the last ten years from an activist perspective. We are looking specifically at the global justice movement and the dissatisfaction with protest that came about after the perceived `failure' of the Iraq war protests.
Call the Honeymoon Off!
— December 19, 2006
With Australia's Prime Minister John Howard proposing to increase uranium mining, build a nuclear waste dump in the Northern Territory and build a nuclear reactor to supply energy to the Australian market this is a crucial year for anti-nuclear campaigning. When South African-Canadian uranium miners SXR Uranium One apply for a license to mine uranium at Honeymoon in South Australia's north-east, puppeteer-activists take to the the streets of Adelaide.
Canadian Youth Delegate Daniel T'seleie on First Nations issues and climate change
— December 10, 2009
Canadian Youth Delegate Daniel T'seleie talks about First Nations issues and climate change.
Cape York's Wild Rivers
— January 21, 2008
Cape York Peninsula in far north Queensland, north of Cairns, is one of the last great wild places on Earth. But its wild rivers are unprotected. These magnificent rivers are the lifeblood for the Cape's communities and a huge diversity of wildlife.
Carteret Islands 4min
— November 08, 2006
The people of the Carteret Islands are about to make history. They will not be the first people to lose their homes because of global warming. Rising seas, expanding deserts and changing weather have already displaced many, possibly millions of people. But the people of the Carterets may be unique, as they begin to abandon their atoll, one of the first peoples in the world to do so.
Chinese Film Makers Pull out of Melbourne Film Festival in Retaliation to Uighur Film
— July 22, 2009
The Melbourne Film Festival which is on at the moment has sparked controversy because after pressure from Chinese Government they still have refused to pull the documentary by exiled Uighur leader, Reya Kadeer.
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.
Cities Without Maps - Kota Tanpa Peta
— November 10, 2009
Cities Without Maps - Kota Tanpa Peta is an artistic mapping project for two Kampungs, Ratmakan and Jagalan, along the Code River (pronounced cho-day), Yogyakarta, which was produced as part of an Asialink residency, 2008.
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