StoriesTogether is a regional initiative bringing together our community of storytellers, audiences, and partners to bring hope through films in this challenging COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
As part of this initiative, Viddsee worked with Singaporean media companies to produce StoriesTogether Originals. These short films, documentaries, and series cover a range of genres and topics, such as mental health awareness, broken families, vulnerable seniors and children, at-risk youth, and more – social causes that are supported by Community Chest.
As you watch these films and series, we ask if you can help others in your own way – whether it’s by giving to and sharing about our donation drive to Community Chest. Your donations will be used to help ensure that every person has the opportunity to live a life of dignity within a caring and inclusive society.
New films are out every week throughout November 2020, with more to come in 2021.
Watch more StoriesTogether Originals here:https://www.viddsee.com/s/storiestogethersg
Start donating to Community Chest here: https://www.giving.sg/campaigns/storiestogethersg
The StoriesTogether initiative is open to collaborate with brands, media partners, filmmakers, and media companies across the region who share similar goals. Parties who are interested can reach out via email@example.com
#TogetherAtHome is a community viewing and engagement initiative to bring entertainment and hope in a challenging period where many citizens are required to stay at home.Follow us on IG @storiestogetherviddsee and read on why we're doing this: https://vidds.ee/StoriesTogetherBuzz
The Lockdown Cinema Club is an initiative by Filipino filmmakers to reach and help fellow Filipino film workers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.Since early March, a month-long community quarantine was implemented with most companies requiring employees to work from home in order to adhere to the quarantine measures. However, this also meant that film productions were put on hold, and our film workers are in a dangerous position of not being able to acquire necessary income for a whole month. More than 500 film workers are at the moment displaced. The numbers are bound to increase as the quarantine stretches.This is why we’re asking for your help. Fellow independent Filipino film workers displaced due to the lockdown will benefit from any contributions made through this project. We hope we can be partners with you in this endeavor, and that hand-in-hand we can help our film workers during these troubling times.Binge-watch these works at home, and help raise money for the most vulnerable members of the Filipino independent film community. Watch all you want, and give what you can. To help the displaced film workers, you can course your donation (at any amount) through the following:BDOAccount Name: Alemberg AngBank Account Number: 004448023723BPIAccount Name: Marc Frederik GalvezBank Account Number: 8250015713PAYPALhttp://paypal.me/AlembergAngTicket2Mehttps://ticket2me.net/e/5681
Mulai mati gaya karena #DiRumahAja? Koleksi film pendek komedi ini mungkin bisa menginspirasi hal-hal baru (dan ga berguna) yang bisa kamu lakukan selama di rumah!Follow us on IG @storiestogetherviddsee and read on why we're doing this: https://vidds.ee/StoriesTogetherBuzz