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Young TV Producers Network: HIV/AIDS: A Look Within

Language: Multilingual

"A collection of short films on VCCT in Asia"

As part of a UNESCO and Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD) project to built a network of young producers on HIV/AIDS in Asia, 11 producers from 8 Asian countries working with national TV organizations where chosen for a training workshop held in Bangkok in April 2005.

The participants where then requested to produce the short films presented in this DVD:

I. Eight short films on Voluntary confidential counseling and testing (VCCT):
- I believed. Pham diep Anh, Vietnam ***HERE ABOVE***;
- Go Take a Test. Mao Xuzhi, China;
- Little Thy Light. Rajkumar Robindro, India;
- If Only. Prerna Sharma, India;
- Ameena. Shafynaz Moosa, Maldives;
- VCCT Contributes Towards HIV/AIDS Prevention. Ouy Bunmy, Cambodia;
- Living a Positive Life Positively. Leonard Rajith Joseph, Sri Lanka;
- What is VCCT? Fransien Manuputty, Indonesia

II. Two short films on other HIV/AIDS-related themes:
- HIV/AIDS Is Not the End of Life. U-thaiwan Dessingsopha. Thailand;
- AIDS and Thai Youth. Kanchana Chaisatitwanit, Thailand

Topics and Tags
Place/region: Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Thailand, Asia and the Pacific
Type: Docufiction
Extract: 5 min. Total length:
Production and personalities:
Director: Pham diep Anh, Mao Xuzhi, Rajkumar Robindro, Prerna Sharma, Shafynaz Moosa, Ouy Bunmy, Leonard Rajith Joseph, Fransien Manuputty, U-thaiwan Dessingsopha, Kanchana Chaisatitwanit
Publisher: UNESCO New Delhi; Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD); Young TV Producers on HIV and AIDS
Published in:
Library catalogue (UNESDOC): 144039
Rights: UNESCO; Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD)

Original: DVD
Location: F-H.129
UMVS reference: AUD-DIT/ISS/ARC/0524
File No: AVFONDS-2005-005040-FUNDL
Rights holder: UNESCO; Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD)