The World Indigenous Television Broadcasters Network includes Taiwan Indigenous Television, providing a platform for indigenous peoples to share their stories and issues.
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The media projects of the ATAYAL organization are selected and developed to further the mission of connecting indigenous communities, an raising awareness for the need. For more details on the media projects below, click on the photos or links.

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MATA News: The ATAYAL organization is entering a partnership with Taiwan Indigenous Television, Cultural Survival, and Bridge Studios to produce a news magazine focused on Taiwan's Austronesian culture. The stories from the tribes of Taiwan will be shared in video, radio and print format to have maximum international reach and impact. By increasing understanding between Austronesian peoples, we hope to inspire more cooperation and exchange between countries and tribal groups.

June 2004 - Present

Voices in the Clouds

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Voices in the Clouds is a documentary film supported by ATAYAL, directed by Aaron Hosť and produced by Chris Bremer and John Schaub. It is the story of the journey of discovery by Tony Coolidge of the indigenous cultures of Taiwan and his Atayal ancestral heritage that is nearly lost. The film serves as a reminder of the importance of discovering and understanding your ethnic roots to strengthen your connection to the past in order to create a more certain future. The film is also a way to raise awareness in the world about the need to preserve disappearing cultures of the world. The film has been screening in film festivals around the world since June 2010, had its television debut in Taiwan in March 2012, and will available via digital distribution platforms in the summer of 2012. Currently, ATAYAL founder Tony Coolidge has developed a lecture around the film to present to students in Taiwan. The documentary film won the "Golden Drum" award for the best international film (out of 72 submitted) at the 2012 Nepal International Indigenous Film Festival. The film recently won the award for "Best International Indigenous Film" at the 2012 Wairoa Maori Film Festival in New Zealand.

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