News and Events
EnageMedia's Southeast Asia Editor hopped around from Camp Sambel in Indonesia to ICA 2010 in Singapore.
FAO and the Indonesian Ministry of Agriculture launches the campaign against hunger.
Corporations around the world act as a law unto their own. We see this play out in our myriad struggles. Many people are continuing the fight against the domination corporations exercise over peoples' lives, and we ask that you join us on this day to take a public stand against... the devastation these amoral corporations are inflicting on us and other oppressed peoples.
FAO Avian Influenza Control Programme in Indonesia uses creative commons license for the first time to publish and distribute its educational animations.
The Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI) reports the police legal pursuit against Tempo magazine over police corruption story.
Over the past five years EngageMedia has established itself as a leading distribution platform of social justice videos from the Asia-Pacific Region. We are now entering a new phase and with it, a strategic plan to guide us through the next few years. To accomplish this we would like to hear from you!
Writer Chris Lang explains what carbon trading is for.
World Rainforest Movement on Papua New Guinea.
Human Rights Watch report.
Over the past five years EngageMedia has established itself as a leading distribution platform of social justice videos from the Asia-Pacific Region. We are now entering a new phase and with it, a strategic plan to guide us through the next few years.
Co-director of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival and professor of cinema, Ithaca College, Patricia Zimmermann, writes about the Bandung-based group Common Room.
EngageMedia's response to the international climate crisis, Time For Reel Action, was launched in Jakarta to an audience of 70 strong supporters. Video producers, NGOs, artists and the general public came out on World Environment Day to support the release of the DVD video compile representing views and issues on climate change from the Asia-Pacific region.
Prof Zimmermann of the recent ICA 2010 interviews Kok Thay Eng from the impressive Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam) for the Open Spaces.
EngageMedia conducted a video distribution camp for 43 video activists from June 16th to 20th, 2010. Participants came from all over Indonesia, as well as Malaysia and East Timor.
Video dapat membawa perubahan sosial. Hal itulah yang diyakini oleh para aktivis video dari Malaysia, Indonesia dan Timor Leste yang berkumpul di Camp Sambel selama tiga hari di Camp Baung, Malang (di Taman Wisata Alam Gunung Baung), 17 Juni – 19 Juni 2010 ini, dimana mereka berbagi pengalaman mengenai produksi video, strategi distribusi, taktik berkampanye, serta berbagai keterampilan komputer dan dunia free and open source.
EngageMedia is gearing up for Camp Sambel this week. Camp Sambel is a gather of more than 40 video activists from indonesia, East Timor, Malaysia and Australia. The camp is based on an open methodology with participants as peers running the workshops among one another.
Jakarta International Film Festival datang ke Makassar memutar film-film yang menang dan lolos kurasi dan telah diputar di JiFFest 3 tahun terakhir. Di sini akan juga diputar 3 film pendek Makassar. Sayang untuk dilewatkan.