Jayapura, Jubi – Papuan Voices will promote indigenous Papuans through Papua Film Festival II (FFP II) which is running in Jayapura City on 7 – 9 August 2018.
Papuan Voices established in 2011 and now stations in six regions of Papua, namely Biak, Jayapura, Keerom, Wamena, Merauke, Sorong and Raja Ampat.
“The theme of FFP II is indigenous Papuans struggling facing modernization. We chose this theme to response the current situation occurred in Papua, said Chairman of the Committee of FFP II Harun Rumbarar in Jayapura on Thursday (7/5/2018).
In this festival, Papuan Voices wants to increase public awareness on the critical issues faced by indigenous Papuans.
“Also, it acts as a forum to strengthen filmmakers networking in Papua. Our works further explain the position of indigenous peoples in facing the waves of development and investment,” he said.
Meanwhile, FFP II Secretary Bernard Koten said his organisation recently focus on producing a short documentary film about human and the land of Papua, which assign to all levels of community in Papua, Indonesia and abroad.
“To see Papua through the eyes of Papuans, in the form of a documentary film,” Koten said. (*)
Reporter: Abeth You
Editor: Pipit Maizier
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