Directed and edited by: Exposure Indonesian partners of the ADB and GEF-supported Coral Triangle Initiative – Southeast Asia project share their experiences on disaster preparedness, risk mapping, emergency response, and basic first aid and health services in Arakan, North Sulawesi.
Directed and Edited by: Exposure Indonesian partners of the ADB and GEF-supported Coral Triangle Initiative – Southeast Asia project share their experiences on solid waste management, composting, and vertical culture or verticulture farming in the villages of Arakan and Raprap, North Sulawesi.
PHILIPPINES: From ash to green The areas around Mt Pinatubo were sheeted with ash after one of the largest volcanic eruptions hit the Philippines in 1991. Almost three decades on, the Aetas of Zambales persevere to restore their home.
25 years on and music still fills Casa San Miguel. The school has grown to be a home where children and young adults can explore their creative reach through different art forms. Filmed and edited by Exposure.
In Subic, the indigenous Aetas continue to protect the rainforest and in return, Nature provides for them. For many years now, they’ve also been sharing their knowledge of the jungle with people outside their community. Filmed and edited for Asia Featured HK. Filmed on location in Subic Bay Freeport Zone at JEST Camp.
Filming and editing: Exposure Media Production Filmed in Payatas, Manila with Fairplay for All Foundation Imagine that the moment you learn to walk your future has already been decided. Your chance of having access to education is taken away. Your dream job will only ever be a dream. Life expectancy is just 55 years. And…
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Short documentary on whaleshark tourism in Donsol, Sorsogon and Oslob, Cebu in Philippines for CGTN Assignment Asia. Our blog here: http://exposure.ph/whale-sharks-and-eco-tourism-in-the-philippines/
We’ve filmed and produced a video for Kalsada Coffee back when they are launching their Kickstarter campaign two years ago. This is an update to their successful funding.
Millions of tons of plastic waste go into the world’s seas every year and harm marine life, as plastic takes forever to decompose. And a bulk of it, according to studies, comes from the Philippines – the world’s third largest plastic polluter. But the same country may now hold the key to solving the menace.…
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