Short tutorial video for the OneMinutesJr - check uni.cf/tomjr on how to participate in our OneMinutesJr challenge and send your film in!
Great story here! We produced this film in Derventa, a small city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in late 2011. It was a "protest video" in a way to tell the local authorities and the school administration that the school furniture was so old and squeaky that it was almost impossible to learn and study on it. Now, today we learned by chance that the school administration has replaced the old furniture. That's positive change! It's about enabling children to study in a decent learning en...
Valeria from Mexico participated in a OneMinutesJr workshop in Mexico City in 2013. Her film When I dance, I feel big was nominated for the annual award and she was invited to Amsterdam for the awards weekend alongside 14 other participants from around the world. She now put her impressions into a short video, together with her emotions and her love. Thanks, Valeria! Read more about the 2013 OneMinutesJr awards and participate in 2014!
This OneMinutesJr video was produced by Tse Sze Ho from Hong Kong. Let us hear what you think about it. What do you think is the background? What does this have to do with child rights?
The OneMinutesJr team is in Hong Kong this week to pave the ground for the Believe in zero, make a video! campaign of the UNICEF National Committee for UNICEF (http://www.unicef.org.hk/makeavideo_en/). Young people from Hong Kong can apply for summer camps where they get trained to be filmmakers and take their right to expression to a new level. Three experienced OneMinutesJr trainers from Germany, the Netherlands and the USA are in town this week to work with a group of 20 boys...
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