CROSSCuT - Crossroad camera tales
Start date: Feb 1, 2015,
End date: Sep 30, 2015
Project CROSSCuT – Crossroad camera tales was designed with the aim to spread informal knowledge about the use of video as means of expression among youth workers and youngsters. In consists of two activities: training of youth workers with the intention to teach them how to provide the knowledge of video making to the youngsters and of an international youth exchange that will enable young people from 3 different European countries to express themselves by using video, find common points and widen their perspectives by researching and filming short videos on the topic »Crossroad«. It will be held from the beginning of February till the end of September 2014 . The project will include10 youth workers and 24 young people from Bulgaria, Italy and Slovenia, interested in video making and interculturall learning. Through informal learning methods and group work will youth workers develop practical skills of how to teach the use of video to youngsters, young participants on the international youth exchange will be developing basic technical, digital, social and communication skills, sense of initiative, cultural awareness and by imagining and developing stories they will enhance their imagination and expression. Both will also examine their goals and wishes for the future, that will help them in their professional development. Videos made during the exchange will promote intercultural cooperation and awareness to youth all over Europe through regional screenings, social networks and national and international youth film festivals. The project also wants to make an impact on the local level, therefore the locals will be included into organization of the exchange, the stories from local environment will be used and the project will be presented to local public, media and various local NGO’s. Videos will as well be shown as examples of good practices on video workshops local, regional and international.
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