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Hau Rai Venilale
— March 11, 2009
Videoclip for the Dez Irmaus music theme from Venilale, Timor Leste.
Galang Digital Story
— July 19, 2012
This is a story about a bassist who wants to live for music and from music he can live.
Sezar (feat. Cution) - Planeta Zniewolenia (Prison Planet)
— April 24, 2013
Video to "Planeta Zniewolenia" ("Prison Planet") song from album "Pierwszy Krok Do Wolności" ("First Step To Freedom").
Maha Mantra: Sounds of Bali
— May 31, 2013
This short film focuses on the very colourful Hare Krishna mantra. Since the 1960s, "The Great Mantra" has been made well known outside of India. This video shows the group performing at Seminyak, Bali
— February 12, 2008
a film clip
— February 20, 2008
when the hens night turns bad
Songs For Tibet
— February 22, 2009
In the foothills of the Himalayas lies the village of McLoud Ganj, home of the Dalai Lama and Tibetan government in exile. Here I found a community of people celebrating their cultural history, keeping the memories of their homeland alive though song and dance. Teaching those traditions to their children, nd teaching their children to treasure them. I was privileged to visit the Youngling Kindergarden where I met the music teacher Tienzen and his little band of tibetan musical prodigies. Little children with big voices. A multimedia showcase of stills and audio.
Give us hope Obama
The 9th november sisters
— October 16, 2008
Remix of "Gimme hope Johanna" Eddy Grant. Remixed by The 9th november sisters.
CHIKA: A Documentary Performance - an excerpt
— February 03, 2008
Chika Honda was born in Japan in 1956. In 1992 she joined a tour group to holiday in Australia. During a stop over in Malaysia, her suitcase was stolen, and was replaced by a local tour guide. When she arrived in Melbourne airport, customs found her suitcase lined with heroin. This case later became known as 'The Melbourne Case.'
Rodat Bantul (Part 01)
Combine Resource Institution
— August 31, 2010
A drum ensemble which accompanies Islamic religious praise singing by Bantul youths.
— February 05, 2011
Tebe Dai is a traditional Timorese dance from the Kamanasa Village.
This World - KON
— July 30, 2013
A Music Video on the harsh realities of life...
自由文化音樂節 2015 - Freedom Music & Art Fair 2015
— July 12, 2015
自由文化音樂節 2015 Freedom Music & Art Fair 2015
The Good Bad Times
— July 31, 2013
"Someone else is happy with less than what you have"
Green Minute: Grace Potter
— October 09, 2007
Grace Potter lead singer of Grace Potter and the Nocturnals sits down to talk about the environmental issues she feels are most urgent, and what we can all do about them.
Bloody town by maddox
— February 10, 2009
Bloody town by maddox is underground reggae music from Kenya, Kangami slum about the post election violence film clip by izzy brown
— November 22, 2007
this is a track that i made a while ago.
— November 25, 2007
Although this song has images from both Europe and Australia, the song was written in Australia. For me this song partly represents a feeling of being trapped in a system that is destroying the environment and offers little/no community alternative.
"Everything we should have known, but were never supposed to find out..."
The One Tree Project
— July 07, 2008
A documentary outlining some of the issues about Tasmanian forestry. One tree that was to be woodchipped for export is given to over 30 artists and craftspeople. The exhibition of the art works and furniture toured Australia for over three years. An on-line auction of the pieces after the exhibition raised over $10,000. As woodchips, the tree was valued at $350-$450 if that. What is the value of one tree ?
Rap News 6: Wikileaks' Cablegate - the truth is out there
The Juice Media
— December 22, 2010
December 2010 and Cablegate has burst open. With a steady trickle of Diplomatic communiques leaking out every single day, the Book of Revelations is expanding dramatically. In all the hubbub, the global community is forced to ask questions of its leaders. At the same time, perhaps a stronger focal point for international attention is the Wikileaks leader, the elusive Julian Assange, whose impact on the global scene is testing the limits of freedom of the press. How will governmental representatives from North America, Europe and the Middle East react to having their dirty laundry leaked? Is it all just an insidious Blue Beam Psi-Ops plot hypnotically seeded by MK Ultra, the Rhodes Scholars and the TriLateral Commission? Will the world ever be the same again? Join your affable host Robert Foster, as he executes a rhyme inquisition on some of the key players in the Wiki-saga. It's diplomatic Rhym-aggedon...
The Okapa Connection
— January 23, 2007
The Okapa Connections follows the journey of a shipment of coffee, as it makes its way from bush to brew. Starting life as a ripe red cherry, the coffee must pass through many hands and travel many miles by some unusual means so it can find its way to being a cup of hot coffee. The Okapa Connection reveals how fair trade and organic production methods are beginning to transform the lives of the coffee farmers in the remote and beautiful mountains of PNG.
Reclaim The Streets 7
— May 26, 2007
Reclaim the Streets 7, March 1999. Hundreds of partiers in an ongoing Reclaim the Streets occupy several sites in Sydney, including the Eastern Distributor. Global Warming was still just a distant concept to most of us at this point in time, but by protesting about over use of the motor car we were obviously on the right track. September 11 was just another day on the calendar.
Solidarity Movement for Aceh Punks
— December 20, 2011
On Human Rights Day, December 10 2011, 64 music lovers came from as far as Jakarta and West Java to a charity concert in Banda Aceh's Taman Budaya Park. They were detained for being "punks" and "disturbing the peace". This video highlights a solidarity march held for them.
Timor Dame Rap
— October 01, 2008
A music video of the Galaxy song from 2007. It's in the Tetum language and is a pro-peace, pro-critical thought rap/pop rock song by the well known band, Galaxy. Much of the footage in this video is also seen in the film, 'Youth Response to the Crisis.'
— 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.
— August 27, 2010
Australia meets Indonesia in the hip hop and electronic music festival.
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