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SARAWAK GONE - Trailer 01
Sarawak Gone - the last forest communities of Sarawak struggle to maintain customary rights to land - a micro-docs series. Presented by Andrew Garton in ... by Andrew Garton — August 18, 2012 — Filed under: , , , , , ,
Penan at Home in Miri
Miri, the nearest city, provides the closest hospital to all the indigenous communities of the Ulu Baram, Sarawak. The Penan of Long Kerong, upper Ulu Baram, ... by Andrew Garton — August 03, 2012 — Filed under: , , , , ,
Tangisan Suara Dari Murum, Sarawak
A trilogy of tragedies; logging, palm oil plantations and now the building of 3 hydroelectric dams, are decimating the ancestral homes and lives of the Penan. by Tan Kai Swee — May 01, 2013 — Filed under: , ,
Support Sarawak Gone, innovative micro-docs series
Innovative micro-docs series produced by apc.au / Toy Satellite in association with Rengah Sarawak seeks support towards its completion. Sarawak Gone explores ... by Andrew Garton — April 29, 2010
This is the story of Melikin. The story of many indigenous peoples in Sarawak. by EM News — May 15, 2013
Higher Ground - Trailer
With the Bengoh Dam completed and the inundation of the Sarawak Kiri River looming, the Bidayuh of Upper Bengoh faced the decision to either leave their ... by Andrew Garton — August 18, 2015 — Filed under: , , , ,
The Sape Master
Seven generations of music are said to be held by a Sape master living in the Bakun Dam resettlement scheme, 180km southeast of Bintulu, Sarawak, East ... by Andrew Garton — August 10, 2012 — Filed under: , , , ,
Malaysiakini is down but not out, you can help keep the information flows
Help us keep the information from critical Malaysian websites up and flowing. Unprecedented attacks on these sites during the current elections in Sarawak are ... by Enrico Aditjondro — April 13, 2011
The Bidayuh and the Dam (Extended Version)
Sarawak is one of two Malaysian states on the island of Borneo and is home to more than 40 unique sub-ethnic groups, or Dayaks. These include traditional ... by Andrew Garton — August 10, 2012 — Filed under: , , , , , , , ,
The Forest and the Dam
In episode two of "Sarawak Gone - THE DAM" we review the Environment Impact Assessment prepared prior to construction of the Bengoh Dam. We look at the ... by Andrew Garton — March 22, 2013 — Filed under: , , , , ,
The Bidayuh and the Dam
The Bidayuh, one of more than 40 sub-ethnic groups in Sarawak, face a threat to their livelihood, traditional lands and culture with the development of the ... by Andrew Garton — August 22, 2012 — Filed under: , , , , ,
NOTHINGKNOWN is a quasi anthropological study of loss of culture, tradition and native title within the indigenous Diaspora of Sarawak, Malaysia. by Andrew Garton — August 20, 2012 — Filed under: , , , ,
The Headman (EN)
On the 23 October 2007 Kelesau Naan, the Headman of the Penan village, Long Kerong, left his wife at a rest area in the forest to check on his traps. He never ... by Andrew Garton — September 12, 2012 — Filed under: , , ,
Malaysian activists detained, VCDs & DVDs confiscated
An unprecedented attack on free speech in Malaysia is taking place in Sarawak. Last night land rights lawyer, Abun Sui Anyit, was held at Miri Airport by no ... by Andrew Garton — January 08, 2011
The last generations
As forest cultures endure the loss of the customary lands, their elders suffer the realisation that theirs is the last generation to remember everything... by Andrew Garton — August 25, 2012 — Filed under: , , ,
'More New Citizens in Sabah than Sarawak'
Around 66,000 foreigners we given a path to citizenship in Sabah from 1963 to 2012, eleven times of that in Sarawak, the royal commission of inquiry was told. by EM News — March 10, 2015
The Story of Kam Agong, A Case Study for an Impact Film
Anna Har of Freedom Film Network, shares the impact of the documentary "The Story of Kam Agong" in the campaign for maternal healthcare in Sarawak, Malaysia. by EM News — July 09, 2019 — Filed under: ,
We Can't Eat The Road
Bidayuh travel to the Bakun Dam resettlement scheme and hear from the resettled Kenyah at Sungai Asap about their experiences and see first hand the results of ... by Andrew Garton — August 16, 2012 — Filed under: , , , , , , ,
Bird Man of Long Banga
Actually, he's a driver... I asked, "Are there sounds from the forest you no longer hear? Sounds you were familiar with that you just don't hear any more?" He ... by Andrew Garton — August 17, 2012 — Filed under: , ,
Rumah Sengok
Demolition of houses and crops of Orang Asli (aborigine) belonging to the Rumah Sengok Community in Bintulu, Sarawak. by natureboy — August 22, 2012
TONG TANA - Free of Sin
TONG TANA (Penan for “into the forest”) is a series of metaphorical stories inspired by the diminishing forests of the world, deep concerns on their rapid ... by Andrew Garton — August 10, 2012 — Filed under: , , ,
What Rainforest?
When bulldozers mowed over the ancestral farmlands of Kampung Lebor, Segan Anak Degon stood his ground and defended his land. Now, he is the only person out of ... by chi Too — August 22, 2012 — Filed under: , , , , , , , , ,
Unprecedented censorship of Malaysian online media ahead of crucial election. Internet censorship by Malaysia's ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition ahead of ... by EM News — April 13, 2011
Upper Bengoh Under Water
Upper Bengoh Under Water highlights the plight of four villages that will soon be submerged under water by the Bengoh Dam in Sarawak, Malaysia. These villagers ... by Joachim Leong — August 08, 2012 — Filed under: , ,
Ahead of election, cyber-attacks cripple online media
New York-based press advocacy group the Committee to Protect Journalists raises alarms over attacks against Malaysia's three news and commentary sites that ... by EM News — April 26, 2011
Malaysia: Baram Dam would flood indigenous communities to benefit mining in Borneo
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 ... by EM News — July 31, 2012
Malaysia: Penan demand against government for forestry licenses
by EM News — June 07, 2011
Freedom FilmFest 2011 Calls For Films
Submission of films for annual human rights festival FreedomFilmFest. by Pusat KOMAS — July 04, 2011
Memories of FFF Kuala Lumpur 16-17 October 2010
A film festival, especially one like the Freedom Film Festival (FFF), held in a country where people are still fighting for political and social change deserve ... by Yerry Nikholas Borang — August 21, 2012
Launching the EM-micro tour
EngageMedia launched its discussion and screening tour, featuring two of our Indonesian team members, at Gertrude's Brown Couch, Fitzroy, 4 March 2011. by Andrew Garton — August 20, 2012