The Video4Change Network is currently exploring the impact of short form, low-budget social change film. The key output of this work is the Video4Change Impact Cookbook, a guide to designing for impact within Video for Change initiatives. Currently in Beta, the final version will be released in late 2017. Below you can find blog posts that explore the 'impact field' and inform the development of the Cookbook.

Video: Chris Lunch at TEDxIHECS "This is not a Video Camera"Soledad is a senior associate InsightShare. In this interview with Cheekay Cinco she shares her thoughts on Video for Change and measuring impact..About InsightShareInsightShare is a...
In this post Tanya Notley reports on an interview with Sam Gregory, Program Director at WITNESS. They discuss Video for Change and measuring impact.WITNESS and VIDEO for CHANGEWITNESS is an international not-for-profit organization founded in 1992...
In this post Tanya Notley reports on an interview with Jessica Mayberry and Stalin.K, from Video Volunteers, one of the V4C.org network members. Tanya asks Video Volunteers about how they define and understand Video for Change and how and why they...
Video: Surat Cinta Kepada Sang Prada (Love Letter a Soldier).Implementing Organisation: EngageMediaProject/Video detailsLove Letter to the Soldier is a 7-minute video that tells the story of Maria 'Eti' Goreti, who was still a school student in 2008...
In this post we report on an interview with Andrew Lowenthal, from EngageMedia, who are one of the V4C.org network members. We ask Andrew about EngageMedia’s experience of measuring the impact of their Video for Change projects.About...
Technology / Transformation: Wonder Woman by Dara Birnbaum. One of the earliest examples of subversive political remix videos. While it falls into the high-art category, this video inspired many video artists to work with pop culture imagery (...
By Tanya Notley and Julie FisherVIDEO: Burma VJ tells the story of independent Burmese reporters who used pocket-sized video cameras and a networked approach to expose the repressive regime controlling their country, following a people's...
"Video: The Videofreex were a pioneering video collective who used the Sony Portapak for countercultural video projects from 1969 to 1978."After defining Video for Change (see this post) we came up with a list of different approaches to ‘doing it’...
By Tanya Notley and Julie FischerA few months ago we started our research for the video4change network. The aim of this research is to learn from the different ways that individuals, groups or organisations are measuring the impact of video for...

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