“I hope a lot of people will get involved and donate to WORLDwrite and help them push forward, to give more people the experience I had.”
Think about a world as described by Ursula Le Guin in her novel “The Dispossessed”. A society with no institutions, no compulsory work expect that which brings joy to the being, and most important of all, no social hierarchy. This is what WORLDwrite looks like to me and never before has such an organization been created.
In addition to these components, WORLDwrite is serious about ideas and the public sphere of discourse. Who else will make films which discuss the Russian Revolution, the struggle of C.L.R James or the problem with victim feminism? When you work with WORLDwrite, you not only get to consider new ideas but develop them too.
The charity allows any person to volunteer and gives them distinct skills which they can employ in their own careers and paths. I had a chance to do many things and film programmes. I was honoured to work at WORLDwrite. Not only did I broaden my horizons of thought but also managed to challenge ideas of exploitative establishments and people.
I hope a lot of people will get involved and donate to WORLDwrite and help them push forward, to give more people the experience I had. Because WORLDwrite seriously invests in people, in ideas and in film-making without the constraints or profit motive of the conventional media.