Registration for Point & Shoot, a documentary film workshop for teenagers from Timisoara

Point & Shoot, a workshop on documentaries for teenagers from Timisoara
One World Romania invites young people aged 14-19 from Timisoara to register until September 25, 2022 for the Point & Shoot Documentary Workshop.

About the workshop in Timisoara
The workshop will last 5 days and will take place between 5-9 October 2022, in Timisoara, at Sala StudioArt, Str. Bishop Augustine Pasha, no. 8.
The workshop will be coordinated by two teachers, Romanian filmmakers with experience in the field of cinematography: Cristina Haney (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 two 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 are then discussed and analyzed from a formal, grammatical, and ethical point of view.
The workshop is not competitive, but seeks to bring participants and teachers together in a space for free expression and discussion in an informal setting.

How does it apply to the workshop?
To be selected, we invite those interested to fill out a Google Form:
Application deadline: September 25, 2022.
Students must have a Google account by creating an email address.
There are no registration or participation fees, and the organizers will provide lunches throughout the workshop.
For questions regarding the application, please write to the address:

workshop teachers

Christina Hanio is a documentary film director and producer 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, Dragoș Hanciu 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.

Organizer: One World Romania Association
Co-financed by: Timisoara Project Center
Partners: Timișoara Project Center, Cultural Film, Timi District Culture Directorate, KINEDOK
The project “Documentary and Human Rights: One World in Romania in Timisoara” is co-financed by the Timisoara Projects Center.
The project does not necessarily represent the position of the Timisoara Project Centre. Timișoara Project Center is not responsible for the content of the project or the way in which project results may be used. This responsibility rests entirely with the beneficiary of the financing.
One World Romania Documentary and Human Rights Film Festival approaches in Timisoara from October 13-16, 2022

Also, in October, One World Romania in Timisoara organizes a local version of the Documentary and Human Rights Festival from Bucharest. Thus, from October 13-16, we will see you at Victoria and Faber Cinemas, with a selection of films that maintain the main theme of the 15th edition of the festival and that make us think while watching and in the discussions afterwards. .

In addition, the Timioara Festival will be supported by a series of related events, in close connection with both the theme of the festival and the topics of interest to the Timișoara audience.
More details soon, on the One World Romania Facebook and Instagram pages.
Funded by the municipality of Timisoara, through the project centre.
Organizer: One World Romania Association
Supported by: Project Centre, Pelicula Culturala, UNHCR, KinedokLocatii
Partners: Faber, Embassy, ​​Themis County Directorate of Culture, Cinema Victoria
Next to: Kaufland
Cultural partners: Embassy of Sweden, Czech Center, French Institute Timisoara, Super
Local partners: Identity Education, LOGS, University of Arts Timisoara, Lonca Urbana Bega
Tickets via: Eventbook
Digital Partner: Canopy
Media partners: West City Radio
The festival was founded in 2008 by: Centrul Ceh Bucharest

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