Since being established in 2014, RANU WELUM has helped Dayak youth filmmakers produce short videos and documentaries. Here are some of our works.
Visit our Youtube channel Ranu Welum to watch more of our videos.
Emmanuela Shinta, founder of Ranu Welum, spoke about using media as the ultimate tool in achieving social transformation in her community in Kalimantan, at the Global Landscape Forum 2017 in Jakarta.
A short documentary regarding youth movement in Kalimantan to tackle and end forest fire and toxic haze that happen for 19 years.
A story of people struggling during the worst toxic haze in 2015 and their hope being told by a young Dayak activist based in Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan.
This film was screened in Freedom Film Festival 2016 in Kuala Lumpur , ASEAN People Forum in Timor Leste and in Festival Club Ubud Writer and Reader Festival 2016.
A reflective story of someone who's going back to her hometown which located in remote area of Barito. Dreams and hopes of children in Talekoi village has been the opening of the story. This is the words from they who lose beloved ones in the midst of social and economy pressure.
Starting with a dream to see children get proper education, Aini Abdul took books in a backpack (Ransel Buku) to children in isolated river villages in Kalimantan. Her compassionate heart lead her to meet Fery a young man from Katimpun village and David Metcalf, a 'bule' who really loves Dayak culture and its people. Together, they build a library for these children.