Young environmentalists often feel powerless at the extent of the damage to their natural environment. How can they document the narratives of affected communities? And how can they advance their environmental causes?
The recent surge of viral social media content is testament to the immense power of visual storytelling. Short social documentaries have the potential to seed change by curating new narratives, encouraging new behaviours, and engaging in new conversations for social change.
The complexities of today’s climate and sustainability challenges demand that we learn how to leverage one another’s strengths, working together in collaboration. This programme will take 70 young leaders from ASEAN and Greater China Region through the process of research and story-scouting, narrative crafting, visual literacy and the technical aspects of basic filmmaking. You will walk away empowered to tell compelling stories that matter.