This is a regular public update of the Video4Change network, a network of human rights activists, journalists, trainers, and video practitioners, who create and use video to affect social change.
The Maasai communities have adopted a revitalised, multifaceted approach to preserve their culture in the face of several waves of change.
From October to December of 2018, EngageMedia went to five Southeast Asian film festivals to share its learnings on social issue documentaries, impact distribution, digital security and Video for Change.
Kashmir Unheard: Video for Change initiative raises wide public support while struggling for justice for Altaf, a victim of unlawful military action in Northern India.
This is the second release of our public updates on the Video For Change, a network of human rights activists, journalists, trainers, and video practitioners, who create and use video to affect social change.
An interview with the head of B’Tselem’s video department on their Camera Project and the equivocal impacts of the use of video in turbulent environments.
Video4Change Network interviewed Anna Har and Brenda Danker of the Freedom Film Network (FFN) about the upcoming Freedom Film Festival in Malaysia. FFN is a not-for-profit body established to support and develop social documentary filmmaking in Malaysia by building a dynamic network of social filmmakers.