Appeal for immediate release of filmmaker and human rights festival founder, Min Htin Ko Ko Gyi

The Human Rights Film Network, a partnership of 40 human rights film festivals around the world, would like to raise our concerns about the health and treatment of our friend and colleague, Min Htin Ko Ko Gyi, filmmaker and  the founder of the Myanmar Human Rights Human Dignity Film Festival, who has been charged under Article 505(a) of Myanmar’s Penal Code and Section 66(d) of the Telecommunications Act.

2018 Waiting For Time

“Menunggu Masa” a documentary by the S-ploited highlights how miscarriage of justice is just one reason why the death penalty must be repealed.

Kami Pun Ada Hak Bersekolah: Wanita Orang Asli Bersuara

“Kami Pun Ada Hak Bersekolah: Wanita Orang Asli Bersuara” yang merupakan kompilasi kisah-kisah peribadi yang ditulis oleh 18 wanita muda Orang Asli. Kisah ini menceritakan pengalaman peribadi mereka mendepani cabaran berkaitan pendidikan dan impian serta...

2018 POCA Boy

Can you imagine what it is like to be 16 years old and not be allowed to go further than 10KM from your home for an indefinite period of time?

2018 Tak Kesampaian

Despite poverty and socio-cultural hindrances, some Orang Asli youths do rise above and complete their secondary education. Nevertheless, their struggle doesn’t pay off.

2018 The Story of Kam Agong

Through ‘The Story of Kam Agong’, we get a glimpse of the state of maternity healthcare available to villagers living in rural areas of Sarawak.

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