Goodbye Indonesia:
Al Jazeera brought reporters into West Papua undercover to bring the situation there to light. The investigation is guided by Victor Yeimo, who as head of a prominent non-violent resistance organization, is under constant threat of assassination by Indonesian Intelligence (a fate his predecessor, activist Mako Tabuni, did not escape).
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The Unseen Resistance:
A brilliant short film (5 minutes) by the Economist summarizing the situation in West Papua. A great way to get a quick overview of what is going on.
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Forgotten bird in paradise:
Dominic Brown went undercover into West Papua and found his way to the deep places of the jungle. There he spent time with members of a resistance movement that exists on the fringes of society.
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The Secret War in Asia:
A 15 minute overview of the history and current state of West Papua.
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West Papuan Refugees in Papua New Guinea:
A somber reality check on what it means to be a refugee. This footage was taken in February 2011 within 50 km of the West Papua-Papua New Guinea border. It shows West Papuan refugees returning to their village 3 weeks after it was burnt to the ground by police.
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Blood on the Cross:
An engaging report about the Red Cross’ involvement in a hostage saga in 1996, and the resulting slaughter of the indigenous peoples of West Papua. This story is 17 years old now, but still accurately reflects the reality in West Papua today.
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Strange Birds in Paradise:
Among the best documentaries produced on the subject of West Papua, this film fuses animated sequences with gut-wrenching interviews describing personal experience of exile and torture. The message? That music can rise above tyranny.
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