Kilab Multimedia is a collective of cultural and multimedia workers from Southern Mindanao that utilizes multimedia to bring grassroots stories and struggles from Mindanao into the mainstream. Formed in 2011, Kilab (the Visayan word for 'flash' or 'forward') produces news, documentary and features focusing on alternative narratives coming from the marginalized sectors - the Lumads, Moro, farmers, workers and urban poor. Among its noted works are Bullets for Rice on the dispersal of the Kidapawan farmers' protest, the series on Lumads' struggles (Tud-om Lumads' Cry for Justice, Defend Talaingod, Save Our Schools), and the Widows of Mamasapano. Kilab has entered into movie production as co-producer of the award-winning Tu Pug Imatuy (The Right to Kill). It also provides trainings and resources on video production and news writing to students, cultural and media learners, and marginalized sectors. Kilab is a member of Altermidya People’s Alternative Media Network and is a non-profit group geared towards alternative journalism and multimedia service for the marginalized sectors.
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