A documentary film workshop for teenagers from Oradea

One World Romania invites young people from Oradea between the ages of 14 and 19 to participate in the Point & Shoot Documentary Workshop.

Point & Shoot will last for 5 days and will take place between September 28 and October 2, 2022, in Oradea, at Fundația Comunită Oradea, Crișul Shopping Centre, 1st Floor, Comuniteca, with the support of the local partners of the Fundația Comunită Oradea project and Europe Oradea Direct.

The workshop will be coordinated by three Romanian filmmakers with experience in cinematography: Carmen Tofini (documentary filmmaker and cinematographer), Cristina Hanio (documentary film director and producer) and Drago Hansio (film director and cinematographer). The Film Workshop for Teens provides an introduction to the basics of audiovisual language and grammar, both at a theoretical and practical level. The program designed by the three teachers draws the participants’ attention to the representation of reality through the camera and its effects.

The eight selected youth will work individually and in teams based on the topics suggested by the teachers. These practical shooting and editing exercises will be discussed and analyzed from a formal, grammatical, and ethical point of view.

To be selected, interested organizers are invited to fill out a Google form: https://forms.gle/dCJmPV1KYxrXxDEU8

The last date for registration is: 14.09.2022.

There are no registration or participation fees, and the organizers will provide lunches throughout the workshop.

For questions regarding the application, please write to us at atelier@oneworld.ro

About the workshop teachers

Christina Hans He is a director and producer of documentaries from Oradea. He co-founded NoCut Film Collective in 2016 with Isabella Rinaldi (Italy) and Arya Roth (India). The group’s first feature film “A Rifle and a Bag” received the Special Jury Prize in the Bright Future competition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam 2020. Her short film “António e Catarina” was awarded the Pardino D’oro Prize at the Festival of Locarno 2017. Graduated from DocNomads Master’s Course in Documentary Directing held in Portugal, Hungary and Belgium, and at undergraduate level he attended the Faculty of Film and Theater at Babeș Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca. He participated in Aristotle’s workshop as well as the Berlinale Talents.

Born in 1993 Dragos Hanseo He is a Romanian film director, cinematographer and photographer based in Bucharest. After graduating from UNATC Film School in Bucharest, he did IONAȘ VISEAZĂ CĂ PLOU, which premiered at Visions du Réel in 2017 and TREI, an experimental short documentary, was selected at the Edinburgh Film Festival 2017. In 2021, it was presented The first feature-length documentary, The Man with the Shadow, is at TIFF Romania.

Hansio is an active photographer, who published his first book of photography, HOMETOWN, in 2018, which has been nominated for several international picture book awards, followed by exhibitions and book shows. In 2020, he was among 100 emerging European photographers selected by GUP Magazine for their annual Fresh Eyes catalog.

He is currently directing a short experimental film, developing two documentaries, and working on various filming projects. His photographs are part of the permanent collection of the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest.

Carmen Tofini He is a cinematographer and documentary filmmaker. The image was created for the international award-winning Romanian-Serbian feature film “Ivana the Terrible” for which she was nominated for Best Picture in the Gubo and RSC (Romanian Society of Image Directors). He recently finished filming a Romanian-Italian joint documentary, The Road to the Road, which is in production with two other co-productions. As a documentary filmmaker, he has developed two feature film projects, an experimental one based on personal events and a Romanian-Bulgarian social interactive project.

Carmen attended photo courses at the National Film School in Rome, Italy – “Centro Sperimentale di Cinema”. Her graduation film was nominated for Best Short Film at Davide di Donatello 2014. In the following, she featured award-winning short films in international festivals (“Route 3” – Greece – Bosnia 2019, “Deochiul” – Germany-Romania 2018, “Fonal” – Hungary 2017), as well as by participating in professional meeting forums at the talent campuses in Berlin (2017) and Sarajevo (2016).

Organizer: Romania World League

Co-financed: Management of the National Fund for Culture

Partners: Oradea Community Foundation, Europe Direct Oradea Centre, KINEDOK and Visit Oradea

The workshop is part of the project “Documentary Film Education and Human Rights: One World in Romania” and co-financed by the National Cultural Fund Administration.

The project does not necessarily represent the position of the management of the National Cultural Fund. AFCN is not responsible for the content of the project or how the results of the project are used. This responsibility rests entirely with the beneficiary of the financing.

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