In this update, read hopeful and inspiring stories about how members of the Video4Change Network continue to support community-led initiatives that empower grassroots movements to create social change.
The 11 films resulted from the Docu Film Camps conducted in 2021 and Docu Colab in 2022, where indigenous Cambodian youth produced documentaries tackling health education, forest and wildlife preservation, and climate change issues.
Running from November 25 to 28, the 11th edition of the film festival continues to celebrate the culture of socially-engaging short films and supporting up-and-coming Cambodian filmmakers.
Many organisations are turning to podcasts to better engage with audiences and advance their advocacy. In this post, Video4Change Network members Picture People and EngageMedia share six tips on building an effective podcast remotely.
Using video and technology, Video4Change Network members continue to amplify voices from the margins. This update features the work of Network members actively working to provide opportunities for civil society to participate in tackling crucial human rights and environmental issues.
CHAP Somchanrith, who won the top award in the 2015 Chaktomuk Short Film Festival, encourages youth participants to join the 11th edition of the film festival to be held from November 25 to 28, 2022.
By Picture People Picture People is once again celebrating International Human Rights Day this year by launching its second Future in Focus Mobile Photo Competition. Photography is a powerful tool to not only document the world as it exists today but to imagine how it...
In this post, watch examples of videos produced by the Indigenous El Molo people in Kenya that provide an intimate look into their lives and give them ownership over how they are represented.
At the ninth Video4Change Learning Session, Jen Tarnate of EngageMedia and Christine Clinton of Picture People will share how they have used podcasts to reach new audiences, support community narratives, and further their organisations’ advocacies.
Video4Change Network members continue to harness the power of video to advance human rights, social justice, and environmental change. This update includes stories of Network members using various platforms to highlight and amplify community stories, and building up video makers’ skills to maximise the use of film for change.