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Video Untuk Perubahan (Video For Change)

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When

February 21, 2013

from
12:00 PM to
03:00 PM

Where


Kafe OCD, Kupang, Indonesia

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Yuk datang ke Pemutaran Video untuk Perubahan oleh EngageMedia dan Transparency International Indonesia (TII) dan Perkumpulan Pikul di Kafe OCD, Kompleks Pantai Wisata Lasiana, Kupang, pukul. 19.00 WIT – selesai.

Kita akan menonton video-video:

1. Cerita Buruh Migran: TKW jadi Aktivis (6 mins)
2. Love Letter (7 mins)
3. Aku Indonesia (3 mins)
4. Islamic Hardliners Attack Rally (4 mins)
5. Clubspeak Discovery (3 mins)
6. Salam Bilogai (2 mins)
7. Colony Collapse (5 mins)
8. Bertani atau Mati (7 mins)
9. Surat Untuk Bapak (6 mins)

Mengenai EngageMedia
EngageMedia menggunakan teknologi video, internet dan ‘free and open source software’ untuk merangsang perubahan sosial dan lingkungan. Kami percaya bahwa media independen dan teknologi gratis yang terbuka adalah dasar kuat untuk membangun pergerakan demi melawan ketidakadilan sosial, sekaligus menyediakan solusi serta pemikiran lebih jauh terhadap isu-isu tersebut.

EngageMedia bekerjasama dengan pembuat film independen, aktivis video, teknolog dan juru kampanye gerakan sosial untuk memperluas jangkauan dan menggerakkan para pemirsanya.

Kami bertujuan menyediakan akses terhadap cara baru penyebaran video, membuat arsip online untuk karya-karya video yang diproduksi secara independen dengan menggunakan lisensi terbuka dan membuat jaringan yang terdiri dari pembuat video, edukator dan organisasi-organisasi yang programnya berkaitan dengan screening video atau film independen.

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Featured Filmmaker

Featured Filmmaker: Shafie Dris

Name: Shafie Dris
Age:
45
Location:
Kampung Penderas, Kuala Krau, Temrloh Pahang, Malaysia

Tell us who you are as a filmmaker.
I work as a videographer, director, and publisher. And my son Shahris Shafie, 19, helps me with video editing.

Why did you decide to work with the moving image?
As compared to speech, I saw video and photography as much more effective ways to share and promote issues to raise awareness among people. It is currently the most effective way to attract the public.

What are the main issues you address in your video work?

I mostly cover issues on human rights, land rights, right to life, cultural rights and indigenous rights.

How many videos have you produced?:
Currently there are about 80 short videos, and 57 of them are on YouTube.


How do you use online tools in your work?
Most of the time I can only share the links, as I have a slow internet connection. I’m regularly posting links from YouTube, as well as emailing and Facebook messaging them to some of my colleagues. I also send them to the mainstream media so that they can rebroadcast them or include them in their websites. I’m currently doing this for free.


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