Buy an Dvd / Contact
Order an Dvd for private use = 29.99 Euros
(Including Shipping Charges)
**Paying is strictly possible through paypal transfer
or bank transfer.
Send an amount of 29,99 Euros to email@example.com
With Bank Transfer:
Send an amount of 29.99 Euros to bankaccount:
Nationaal Papoea Vereniging ’95 West Nieuw Guinea
NL08 INGB 0005 9941 85
Then send an email with your name, address, postal code, city, country and phone number to the following address.
Kleine Veenkade 500
2534 RT The Hague
**Once your order is received we will send you an confirmation within 24 hours.
**Delivery may take 3 to 5 days inside The Netherlands, 10 to 14 working days inside Europe and 15 to 21 days outside Europe.
Host an one time screening = 199.99 Euros
By hosting an screening you are helping to raise awareness about the human rights situation inside West Papua.
You will receive an limited edition of Melanesian Dreams with behind the scene footages, an interview with the filmmaker and 70 minutes extra uncut film from undercover in Papua.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
NGO / Institutional Use / Human Rights / Educational / Research Purposes
Get upto 80 % discount if screening this documentary for humanitarian, human rights and non profit purposes.
For more information contact email@example.com
**By purchasing an dvd you are helping to raise awareness about the human rights situation inside West Papua and you help the filmmaker to return to West Papua in the future,
and encourage more documentation from an closed country.
**20% of the money generated by purchase of DVD’s, will go to 10.000 West Papuan refugees in neighbouring Papua New Guinea, who are currently surviving without humanitarian aid from The UNHCR.
Some of the West Papuan refugees living in The Iowara Camp in Kiunga and The rainbow camp outside Moresby escaped political persecution in the 60’s and 80’s.
Most current camps are deprived, from electricity, basic education, basic medical healthcare and are located in very isolated dense jungles..
Despite claims of changes brought by the Indonesian government inside West Papua, the majority of The Papuan refugees remain reluctant to return back home and fear reprisal at return.