Berikut ini adalah pemenang Kompetisi Video Online (in)Toleransi Bhinneka Tinggal Duka pilihan Dewan Juri.
A short video which explain the three years of crisis and taking the bitter pill of EU/IMF-imposed austerity. Now they are taking it to the sreet.
We're looking for two dynamic people to join the EngageMedia team in Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur.
Kompetisi Video Online (in)Toleransi Bhinneka Tinggal Duka? telah melalui proses penjurian dan menghasilkan 8 (delapan) finalis. Berikut adalah keputusan para Dewan Juri.
Cyntia is one of Papuan Voices filmmakers based in Jayapura. While she spends most of her time facilitating indegenous Papuan women traders, she still manages to make some videos to help achieve her goals.
Papuan Voices is a video advocacy initiative working with Papuan activists to more effectively tell their stories to the world.
EngageMedia and its partner JPIC MSC will be launching the Papuan Voices videos and website in Jakarta, this Saturday, October 13, 2012.
Welcome to the 8th Edition of ViBGYOR International Film Festival for Short & Documentary films, to be held in Thrissur, Kerala, India from February 7-12, 2013! You may submit your films (documentary / short-fiction / music video / animation / spot / experimental) that pertain to any `spectrum’ (see below) for SELECTION PREVIEW. An eminent panel of Jury will select the final set of films for ViBYOR-2013. The last date for film submissions is November 15th, 2012. We insist on Online Film submission procedure, for which you may visit http://www.vibgyorfilm.org/ and also refer to Film Submission Guidelines and FAQ.
Mark Taylor is a filmmaker based in Sydney, Australia. He has worked in East Timor, Indonesia and Latin America. He works as a media educator for CuriousWorks, a Sydney based non-profit organisation that assists communities to tell their stories using accessible digital technologies.
In Australia, "constant surveillance" under mandatory data retention is back on the agenda.
The 2nd International Uranium Film Festival of Rio de Janeiro 2012 awarded in July films from USA, Sweden, Germany & Ukraine with the Festival’s "Yellow Oscar".
Australian filmmaker Katherine Aigner received in Rio de Janeiro a special achievement award of the 2nd International Uranium Film Festival for her feature documentary "Australian Atomic Confessions".
Mahamasabree Jehloh is a video-activist using independent media to cover the violence and human rights violations from inside the conflict zone of Patani, in Southern Thailand.
We are very proud to go live today with our newly designed EngageMedia.org website. We've been busy working hard in the last two weeks at our sprint in Athens building on weeks and months of preparatory work in the back end. Huge congratulations to the whole team! Especially Yiannis, Dimo, Markos, Mike, Christos and Andrew. More info soon!
The Philippine A. Brown Company, Inc. is engaged in the business of oil palm plantation development and milling. In 2010, the company started planting oil palm on 520 hectares of public land claimed by the Higaonon indigenous people.
Land grabbing is characterized by the acquisition of vast areas of land in countries of Africa, Latin America and Asia for a variety of different uses, including large-scale monoculture plantations, mining, tourism, hydroelectric power plants and food production for export, among others, by companies, investment funds and financial markets in general (see WRM Bulletin Nº 177). This has wide implications on communities and their forests, livelihoods, traditional knowledge and indeed, on their present and their future.
The current government of Sarawak, a Malaysian state on the island of Borneo, is planning to build 12 hydroelectric dams which would displace tens of thousands of people and flood large tracts of tropical rainforest. Billed as clean energy, hydroelectric dams in tropical countries have devastating impacts on our climate because of the greenhouse gases released from the mass of rotting vegetation that comes with flooding such huge swaths of rainforest.
After a five-year investigation about the event, the National Commission announced that between 300,000 to 500,000 people with links to the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI) were killed, raped, tortured and imprisoned across the country in 1965.
Over 2 weeks in early July, I traveled across 3 provinces in the conflict zone of Southern Thailand, and to the capital city of Bangkok, conducting workshops and presentations on video distribution and online subtitling (using Amara) to activists, video makers, students, migrant workers, and the independent media.
Bhinneka Tinggal Duka? Kompetisi Video Online (IN)toleransi EngageMedia hari ini meluncurkan sebuah kompetisi video online terbaru, 'Bhinneka Tinggal Duka?'