Posts Tagged: immigration

Faction Films’ ‘Invisible Picture Show’

May 1, 2014

Delighted to hear that Faction Films’ Invisible Picture Show about children in immigration detention centres, has been nominated for the Google Digital Media Award at this year’s One World Media Awards. Experience Invisible Picture Show Invisible Picture Show gives a voice to children locked up in Immigration Detention Centres in Australia, Greece, the USA, and […]

Dynamics of screen storytelling

October 7, 2013

Isaacs has an astounding gift for getting people to open up to him and he uses film the way a very skilled artist uses paint. The result is beautiful, heartbreaking and profoundly humane. Times Online Join us for a Moving Worlds’ mini-season of acclaimed documentary filmmaker, Marc Isaacs, and a One Stop Doc workshop titled […]

‘Using Film to Reach Beyond the Choir’

October 1, 2013

‘Using Film to Reach Beyond the Choir’ – an interesting interview with Ellen Schneider, Director of AV Story Lab at Active Voice, San Francisco. Here Ellen talks to the Communications Network in the US, exploring why it’s important to harness good storytelling and character-driven films to change the public discussion on immigration referring to the […]

5 Youth & Creative Arts Projects – Contributing to Migration Debate

February 25, 2013

Imaginative, brave and feisty storytelling is at the heart of these five initiatives, where young people lead the way in challenging broken immigration and social policy and use their collective agency to steer public conversations towards youth oriented perspectives stemming from diverse, and deeply personal experiences. We encourage you to look, listen and take note […]