Rockin’ For West Papua is a worldwide music, arts and cultural festival of events raising awareness of the genocide and human rights abuses on the indigenous people of West Papua, presented by Rize Of The Morning Star.
We interview Ko Thaid Dhi, a prominent filmmaker from Myanmar and founder of the Wathann Film Festival.
The following are some reflections of mine after attending a dialogue titled, ‘Secure the News: A Dialogue on How to Protect the Future of Journalism’ at RightsCon 2016.
A dialogue between Ronald J. Deibert and Edward Snowden at Rightscon 2016.
Camp Chindwin brought together 33 video activists, filmmakers and citizen journalists from Southeast Asia to a camp in Myanmar from 3-6 June 2015.
The Video4Change Network is a global alliance of organisations developing the use of video and technology for human rights, social justice and environmental change.
EngageMedia supports InDocs as an Outreach Partner for the first Good Pitch² in Southeast Asia.
Thet Oo Maung (Tom) is a documentary filmmaker and photographer from Myanmar whose works have been acclaimed internationally. This is our exclusive interview with him.
Joseph Laban, an acclaimed documentary filmmaker from the Philippines talks to us about the successes and obstacles in his journey so far.
The seventh Barcamp in Yangon, Myanmar, called the “Colorful Barcamp”, was held at the MICT Park with over 5000 participants from 30-31 January 2016.
Dare to Dream is a series of breathtaking and provocative documentaries about the hopes and frustrations of the young generation of Asia. The documentaries are produced through a unique workshop environment with internationally-acclaimed documentary experts.
Every year, the 31st of January is recognized as Street Children's Day. We at EngageMedia would like to commemorate this day by highlighting some videos on street children in Myanmar.
Asrida Elisabeth, an alumni of Papuan Voices, recently won the award for Best Documentary Film at Festival Film Dokumenter (FFD 2015) in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. This is EngageMedia's exclusive interview with her.
Cerita film di layar mengingatkan penonton kepada situasi nyata pengalaman hidup sehari-hari. Mereka selalu mengkaitkan film dengan konteks dimana mereka hidup.
Indonesia is slipping back to darker days in its history when restrictions and surveillance were more prevalent.
After spending 15 years under house-arrest, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, now 70, and her party the National League for Democracy, have won more than 75 percent of the seats in parliament. "It's not finished yet", she was quoted as saying in a recent interview, making it clear that this was not the end, but the beginning.
The Kalabia Marine Education Vessel is a floating alternative school that sails to every island in Raja Ampat, West Papua, and invites children to stay three days on it to learn about environmental conservation.