culture360 Media Partnership | Persons with Digitabilities International Film Festival 2022
culture360.ASEF.org is delighted to be the media partner of the Persons with Digitabilities International Film Festival (PWDIFF), with two open call opportunities available from June to August 2022 virtually and on-site in the Phillipines.
The PWDIFF begins with a national call for scholarship applications to learn digital storytelling through the YAEHA Digitabilities Upskilling Workshop Program. Some of the festival's curated digital movies and contents are produced during the workshop.
The YAEHA Workshops and PWDIFF are initiatives of The LoveLife Project and YAEHA Channel with television and movie Writer-Director Crisaldo Pablo as the Workshop and Festival Director.
Open Call 1: Scholarship Applications
The YAEHA Workshops is an initiative that provides communication and digital media upskilling, and as well as education and training on self-care, antifragility, mental health, and social good advocacy. This year, the workshops will be held virtually, from July 2 to August 6, 2022, every Saturday from 9 am to 5.30pm.
An open call has been launched for scholarship applications to their workshops. For more details about submission process & guidelines, please refer to the link below.
Deadline: 17 June 2022
Open Call 2: Submission of Films,
The Persons with Digitabilities International Film Festival (PWDIFF) is a novel festival concept that focuses on the narrative of persons with disabilities, persons with chronic health conditions, and persons with lived mental health experiences. It not to only presents the sad and dark aspects of their experiences but also celebrates their lives and stories.
An open call has been launched for film submissions for PWDIFF 2022. For more details about submission process & guidelines, please refer to the link below.
Deadline: 15 August 2022