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Waktu itu, Januari 2008: Sebuah Catatan Kaki (That time in January 2008: A footnote)
— June 09, 2011
While the Indonesian press started to talk about the new book "Pak Harto, the Untold Story", filmmaker Ucu Agustin recalls through this documentary on how the journalists reported on the last dying days of former President Suharto, how journalism was compromised, and about the family members of human rights violation victims and their persistence in seeking justice even after Suharto died on January 27, 2008.
Images of the Future: Toward a Bioregional State and Ecological Revolution
Mark D. Whitaker
— April 08, 2011
March 2011, Seoul, Korea - Futures Studies lecture of Mark D. Whitaker, Ph.D., describing his comparative historical analysis of environmental degradation and environmental amelioration social movements that led him to develop the ideas of a bioregional state as a key way to achieve sustainability. Two books are quickly summarized: Toward a Bioregional State (2005) and Ecological Revolution: The Political Origins of Environmental Degradation and the Environmental Origins of Axial Religions; China, Japan, Europe (2009). Additional website information: biostate.blogspot.com ; commodityecology.blogspot.com. Ideas for short term institutional strategies toward a bioregional state are offered as well: the CDI (Civic Democratic Institution) and the Commodity Ecology, in all watersheds around the world.
Turismu (Timor Tourism Dream)
Casa de Producao Audiovisual
— April 28, 2011
Dili, the capital of the land of the rising sun, Timor Lorosa'e, or Timor Leste, has many tourism potentials. However, in reality the facilities and infrastructures to support tourism are not yet developed. Foreigners have instead taken over some of those tourism potentials, and the film urges the Timorese to rise to the challenge. The film is narrated in Tetum with English subtitle.
Wisdom of a Political Prisoner: Filep Karma
— July 04, 2013
West Papuan political prisoner Filep Karma sent this message to West Papuans and the world to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the Biak massacre on July 6, 2013.
Indonesia Pressured Us: PEPERA 1969 Testimony
Papuan Voices [Merauke]
— November 28, 2011
Witnesses talk about what really happened during West Papua's (supposed) Act of Free Choice (or in Indonesian Penentuan Pendapat Rakyat, PEPERA), in July 1969. The testimonies reject the Indonesian government's claim that the people of Papua willingly voted to be integrated with Indonesia. They say people were intimidated, tricked and even killed during the process. Mama Rosa Tambaib was the woman who read out the PEPERA statement of integration, and Elias Yos Moiwend helped the Indonesian Armed Forces to socialise PEPERA to villagers.
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.
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