You can find here outputs of video-making trainings.
Within the F2F project, we organize training sessions for migrants that will teach participants to effectively communicate with the media and tell their own stories through creative techniques. One of the sessions will be dedicated to amateur video-making, named One day through your eyes: capture life on an amateur video camera. It will be held during the months of June, July or August.
In the end, a compilation documentary film will be created from the videos from each countries. The European premier will take place during final conference in London
Aizpea, one of the participants to our Face2Face workshops, filmed the multicultural event and gastronomic festival “Arroces del Mundo 2014” that took place the 14 of June in Errenteria.
Take a look at “Arroces del Mundo 2014”, at how they cook in different Countries a common ingredient in every kitchen in the World! A really delicious festival!!
NEWS: From 13/06 to 21/06 F2F will be a guest at the Twelfth Intercultural Encounters of Urgull (Spain)
NEWS: Premiere of the documentary “Rostros de las ciudades en Europa. Historias de migración pasadas y presentes” (Spain)
The collaboration between the various organizations involved along with SOS RACISMO in the F2F project, led to the production of a documentary : “The Faces of Our European Cities – Stories of migration past and present”.
Monday, 9th June – 09.00 p.m.
During the 8th edition of the Short Films Festival “There is a time for… integration”, hosted by Cinema Conca Verde (Via Guglielmo Mattioli 65 – Bergamo, free entry), will be presented a selection of the shorts films produced by the project “Face2Face. Facilitating dialogue between migrants and European citizens “.
The event will be attended by Giangi Milesi – President of Cesvi – and Giancarlo Domenghini – promoter of the Festival – whom will interact with the authors and protagonists of the shorts films.
Stories of past and present migration
How to tell the story of woman coming from Azerbayan, landing in Tolosa, starting to learn Basque and living her Muslim faith at the foot of Aralar?
Who would imagine that in Renteria, where there was a waste landfill, a neighborhood was born thanks to the arrival of people seeking a better future?
How is it, that a Mosque was formerly a Synagogue and before that a Methodist church and prior to that a protestant church of French Huguenots….? Well this place exists and has known as many changes as the many people it has received.
NEWS: launch of the documentary “The Faces of Our European Cities – Stories of migration past and present” (28/5/2014 – Prague/CZ)
The documentary movie The Faces of Our European Cities – Stories of migration past and present was filmed by participants of F2F viedoworkshops who are migrants living in the Czech Republic, Spain, the United Kingdom and Italy. Film brings eight stories of places that these migrants like. Hero in the Czech Republic are young Russian Artem living in Prague and Moldavne Annie, who would like to study at Palacky University in Olomouc.
The screening will be followed by a discussion with the authors and heroes.
Premiere: 28th May 2014 | 18:00 | People in Need Center – Langhans Gallery (Vodičkova 37, Prague)
The film is in English, Russian, Spanish, Italian and English with Czech subtitles (57 min)
The documentary was filmed within the F2F, which is funded by the European Integration Fund EU.