Thanks for coming and sharing!
We were happy to welcome Joe Yaggi, who founded Jungle Run Film productions 1993 in Bali. He worked with BBC, National Geographic and other major broadcasters of documentary film (see also Ring of Fire ). At our Meet-Up Joe talked about Bumi Hijau TV reaching millions Indonesians via local television and his Swadaya project with Rio Helmi, how they raised 25.000 Dollar to shoot a pilot in East Java soon coming out.
Videographer Brian Ebbs presented his latest documentary on the Lombok earthquake LombokStrong and other works. We also discussed the inspiring work of our colleague Marko Randelovic.
Neyna from Jakarta showed her submissions for portfolio night in Singapore and told us about Doc.Now! workshop in the Alleyway Café Denpasar and the upcoming MiniKino festival for short films October 6th to 13th taking place in different locations around the island. Have a look on the festival booklet here
Patricia Segovia from Peru showed us, how she started to share her travel experience on social media like her instagram supported by a community back home in Peru
Daiana Paduan from Argentina told us about her travel blog for Spanish speaking audience Dale una vuelta al mundo and how she started photographing to support her writing.
Myself as the host of the evening I presented my latest multi-media history project in my hometown Time Echo ( http://time-echo.de) , my photo reportages on South East Asian culture ( like Ogoh-Ogoh, a reportage used to pitch for a documentary on the same subject now) my Green School Documentary and the launch of the new Travel Blog Cosmic Beachcomber
For blogging, I suggested using WordPress Page builder Elementor, which I discovered on a recent talk on Hubud.
It was a joy hosting, you can catch up with me on facebook or on my website Joo Peter
By the way, the cover photo I shot in Jaisalmer, Rajastan.
See you next time