by FX Making
In 2006, Amos Wainggai, along with 42 other Papuans crossed the sea on a small motor boat to seek asylum in Australia. In Melbourne, he seeks for justice in his homeland. Amos is now en route to West Papua on the Freedom Flotilla boat.
by Rikky Muchammad Fajar
At the 319th Thursday gathering in front of the State Palace on September 5, 2013, protesters remembered prominent activist Munir who was murdered nine years ago.
BAWA Humane Population Programme - Banjar Suwat Kaja
by Adithio Noviello
Some people in Bali see culling (mainly through poisoning) as a way to control population. BAWA sees it as cruel, unnecessary and harmful to wider immunity.
Cerita Datuk Hanafiah
The story of independent cultural conservationist, Datuk Hanafi, who has continued to struggle for cultural development in his city despite all the odds and empty promises.
This month we feature Ucup, a video artist from Bandung who is best known for his video parodies ... more
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Crossroads in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Using Video to Support Democracy in Myanmar
A summary of our recent visit to see how video is being used by Burmese filmmakers and video-producing organisations to support democracy ... more
An update on the video production workshops we've held with migrant workers, refugees and stateless people in Malaysia ... more
Video Slam 2013: Remixing the 1965 State Propaganda Film
In September, EngageMedia and Common Room brought together 18 Indonesian video makers to remix the propaganda film, Penghianatan G30S/PKI
Moviemento DVDs available now!
The Moviemento DVD package featuring videos on corruption made by Indonesian youth is now available for distribution ... more