Written by Chalefun Ditphudee I come so far away from home to listening to the voices of my people louder than usual. This must be something called the excellent collaboration between perfect timing and opportunities. The first day as the fellow at the Center for Environmental Filmmaking, Pinarsita Juliana, the Indonesian filmmaker and I attained … Continue reading “Ghost Fleet”- the echo of Thai slavery in the fishing industry in the corner of Washington, D.C.
Despite the bad news happened in the 2nd week of October, here in Florida, I found that my first week in Tallahassee was fun. Before I arrived for my fellowship, I realized the possibility of having all the schedule that prepared for me to go with the wind is huge, due to the Hurricane Michael. … Continue reading Hot and Fun, it’s Florida 🌤
After a 24 hour flight from Indonesia, I arrived in Denver International Airport and saw some of snow (for the first time)! But this was just a stopover, my next flight was bound to Washington DC. To think about it, I left Indonesia at the 9th of October 2018 and arrived at 10 pm at … Continue reading Meet the 9th October over again