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Non-Profit promotion video 2 min 40 sec
Director & Editor: Mikael Enlund @ Backyard Film
Camera: Max Rangner
Hang On Hangers are unique textile wound hangers made by women in Klong Toey, one of Bangkok's many slum areas. The textile wound hangers are available in many beautiful models and the fabric will also see to it that your clothes won't slide off.
By purchasing Hang On Hangers, you are helping single moms, mothers with disabled children and women with otherwise little means of support. This will ensure a safer future for them and their children.
Documentary film 24 minutes
A film by: Pierre Peyrot
Editor: Mikael Enlund @ Backyard Film
Production company: mondopop
Naresh is a former drug user living in rural Damak. At 40, he had lost everything. Yet, thanks to the Happy Nepal rehabilitation program, he is now running a farm project designed to help former users find the skills needed to find employment and a productive role in society.
Even before this event, the Philippines was considered to be the world’s most dangerous place to be a journalist. This films looks at the reasons for that, and meets many of the journalists that have survived to tell their story.
Documentary film 25 minutes
Video duration: 1 min 50 sec (trailer)
Director and Editor: Mikael Enlund @ Backyard Film
Production company: Backyard Film
Like diamonds, formed under immense pressure to become the strongest and most brilliant natural substance known on earth, these women have overcome incredible challenges to emerge as shining examples, advocates for women living with HIV and AIDS.
In this documentary, the women share their stories with Susan Paxton, author and HIV activist. They talk about their journeys, about the threat of losing their children, the fear of being cast out by society, of eventually accepting themselves as positive women and ultimately becoming leaders in their communities. Their lives carry a powerful message of hope and empowerment.
TV Travel show for Finnish National Television (YLE): 8 episodes x 25 minutes
Video duration: 30 seconds Trailer
Editor: Mikael Enlund @ Backyard Film
Production company: ja! media production
Joakim Haldin and Mikaela Sonck are presenting India in eight half an hour programs.
Discover India is broadcasted in Finland during the spring of 2009. Thursdays at 22:00 hours and Saturdays at 16:00 hours, you can view the episodes on YLE/FST5. From April onwards you can visit the Discover India webpages at:
Dr Mann was a visionary physician, advocate and scientist who highlighted the critical links between human rights and public health. Dr Mann championed the right of people living with HIV to participate in shaping the programmes that will make a difference in their own lives and the AIDS response. He actively engaged political leaders to implement rights-based approaches to HIV, including involving those affected as equal partners.
Video duration: 7 minutes (short version) click here to see full version
Bolivia sequence director: Mikael Enlund @ Backyard Film
Director of Photography: Mikael Enlund @ Backyard Film, Anders Olsson and Max Rangner
Production company: Face of AIDS Foundation
Client: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Frika Chia Iskandar, 26, from Jakarta, now involved in the Asian Pacific Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS, APN+, based in Bangkok.
Violeta Gracia Ross, from La Paz in Bolivia, is involved in REDBOL, Bolivian People living with HIV/AIDS and is also active on the Latin America arena in fighting stigma and discrimination.
Skytt Nzambu, is involved in Kenya Women Network living with AIDS, KENWA and focusing her work on young people and children.
Toni Ros, a Swedish high school art student, 18 years old, living with HIV since birth. She is involved in HIV Sweden and is using her art to fight stigma and discrimination.
“The International AIDS Conferences act as a clock, measuring the evolution of the epidemic since 1985. People equally committed to fight the disease come in from all over the world to reaffirm why they are doing what they’re doing, and what the value of that might be.”
Dr. Paul Volberding (2007).