U.S. distributor Drafthouse Films is teaming up with Vice Media to distribute the film for free in Indonesia in September.
Kopi Arabika, Kopi Sariprima, Kopi Luwak, Kopi Kapal Api, Kopi Cenderawasih, Kopi Torabika dll alangkah nikmatnya. Namun, di balik secangkir kopi yang sedap tersimpan pergulatan panjang “Para Aktifis Pro-Demokrasi”di Tanah Papua.
Indonesian and foreign plantation companies have set their sights on Merauke in the southern part of West Papua. Over a million hectares is currently under threat as part of the Merauke Integrated Food and Energy Estate (MIFEE) project, sponsored by the national government. Local Malind people mostly oppose the plans, especially after seeing how existing plantations in the area have destroyed the forest and impoverished the people.
Films made by Papuan grassroots activists will be shown at the annual festival held in Ubud, Bali in October, alongside films such as “The Act of Killing”.
We are proud to announce the new release of the Plumi video sharing platform!
This month we are featuring Ozair Rao, a filmmaker from Pakistan who has combined his passion for travel and filmmaking into a mission to inspire change.
LYON, France - The intangible nature of the global carbon trading markets puts them at risk for exploitation by criminal networks, according to a new law enforcement guide produced by INTERPOL.
Crossroads is an EngageMedia-first initiative in Klang Valley, Malaysia. Through a series of workshops, we are working with migrant workers, refugees and stateless people (MRS) from Indonesia, Nepal and Myanmar to produce short advocacy videos of their respective situations in Malaysia.
Channel 31 (Australia) is looking for 18-25 year olds who would be interested in participating in their free documentary training program.
The Woodpecker Film Festival (WFF) invites entries on a variety of issues ranging from environment, gender, health, education, livelihoods and religion to social advertisements and animation for a better world. Last date for submission is August 17, 2013
JL Burgos shares with us his journey, process, and views as a video activist from the Philippines.
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was awarded World Statesmen Award from an interfaith organization. Human rights campaigner and Indonesian Jesuit of German origin, Franz Prof. Dr. Franz Magnis-Suseno thought it was the wrong call and wrote this appeal.
Papuan Voices is a video-advocacy initiative assisting West Papuan communities to tell their stories. It challenges common misconceptions about this troubled territory and builds local storytellers in a region where foreign journalists are banned.
We interview Arvind Raj, a video journalist working with Free Malaysia Today, one of the country's most popular independent online news portals.
The 6th Human Rights Arts & Film Festival (HRAFF) has announced the full program of films, art and forums on offer at the 2013 festival. The Festival opens in Melbourne on 9 May and then tours nationally to Sydney, Canberra, Perth, Brisbane and Alice Springs.
EngageMedia's newest staff member, Hendriati Trianita, introduces her past and current work.
This month we chat with London-based filmmaker/photographer Adithio, who is in Indonesia to work and play hard.
We interview Ho Choon Hiong, a filmmaker from Singapore who has braved the country's restrictive media laws to present the other side of its story.
The Brazilian born International Uranium Film Festival had great success in India. Between January 4th and February 12th the Uranium Film Festival travelled with more than 40 selected films through India from North to South and from East to West. The festival was guest in 10 cities: New Delhi, Shillong, Ranchi, Manipal, Hyderabad, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai, Thrissur and lastly in Mumbai.