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Karigar - Skills Of Time Now Not Needed For Some
— July 30, 2013
The story of an artisan who worked all his life for his passion.
Let the Moon Shine
— May 16, 2009
Because mother didn't provide shelter for me, I never want to share.
Karigar - "AHAN", Hand of Art
— August 15, 2013
"He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist.”
Community Mapping: Jagalan, Kotagedhe
— September 03, 2013
Community mapping by the youth as the beginning step to recognize the potential of culture, architecture, history, art, culinary, and craft at their own kampung which is a heritage kampung.
Karigar - The Old Arty Vision
— August 20, 2013
The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious
Dongeng Rangkas (Trailer - English)
— August 26, 2011
The film 'Dongeng Rangkas' (Rangkas Story) is a feature-length documentary about two men living lives post the 1998 'Reformasi' era. Iron and Kiwong chose to live as tofu sellers while still keeping their dreams in hands. Kiwong dreams of becoming a better man, and provide for his family better. Meanwhile, Iron believes that music is a gift from God, and he wants to continue develop his musical fantasy with his underground band.
Pommahakan - People of the Fort
COHRE (Melbourne office)
— September 01, 2008
A short documentary by the Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions about a small community in Bangkok resisting the threat of forced eviction
All Mining is Dangerous (Taring Padi pt2.)
— July 01, 2011
A short interview with Mohamad Yusuf as Ucup about collaboration between Indonesian artist collective Taring Padi and US based artist collective, Justseeds Artists. Ucup describes the woodcut produced by Taring Padi artists.
Taring Padi Artist Kollective
— May 27, 2011
A short interview with Mohamad Yusuf as Ucup introducing Taring Padi artist collective in Yogyakarta Indonesia. A very politically active collective that uses street theatre, huge banners/paintings, puppets, zines, music and street posters to get their message accross.
This World - KON
— July 30, 2013
A Music Video on the harsh realities of life...
— August 15, 2007
A seven minute documentary about two guys in Brisbane who create forests using the 'chunky pizza' technology.
APWA - How It Changed My Life
— July 30, 2013
This is the story of Nisreen, a worker at All Pakistan Womens Association and how this effort added so many things to here life...
Kingfisher Festival 2000
— June 01, 2007
Community effort has restored Melbourne's degraded Merri Creek into a nature corridor. An indicator of the success of the efforts was the return in 1992 of the Sacred Kingfisher, a small and beautiful bird to the creek.
— January 13, 2008
Welcome to Taring Babi, an activist collective in Jakarta, Indonesia. Taring Babi is an independent community, also known as Marjinal, AFRA (Anti Fasis, Anti Rasis), and Tempe Quality. As a community, they are committed to fighting for equality and justice and often joins forces with local bands, media collectives, and workers' organisations to build events and campaigns that are inclusive and creative. Their home base also serves as a distro where they sell tshirts, badges, pins, and albums they have made, as well as a printing studio.
Open Video Conference: The Future of Online Video
— June 24, 2009
The WITNESS Hub attended the first ever Open Video Conference on June 19th, 2009 in New York City. The goal of the conference was to bring energy, excitement, and enthusiasm to the important conversation over the future of online video. We interviewed panelists and participants and asked: What is open video? and Why is it important?
F-R-E-E! Food sovereignty is what we'll see!
— March 26, 2008
Friends of the Earth's Radical Cheerleader Squad took their vision sustainable food and agriculture to the streets of Adelaide as part of the 2008 Adelaide Fringe Festival Opening Night Party. Roving through a crowd of over 40,000 people, the guys and gals shook, shimmied and shouted about the benefits of local, urban food growing and food sovereignty to diners and revellers in Adelaide's East End. Keep an eye out for a special appearance by Friends of the Earth's Edible Taxi! For more information, visit http://www.adelaide.foe.org.au
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