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Eavi Summer Camp 2019

Explore Media Literacy for Citizenship with 12 other young people in a stunning European location

Can you spot fake news? Have you ever believed disinformation?
Have you wondered how anyone could?
Whether you have thought about this before or not, but you are up to a challenge, you are welcome to participate at the EAVI CAMP and discover it!

 

  • LOCATION: De Pinte, Belgium
  • PERIOD: 23rd – 31st July 2019
  • LENGTH: 9 days
  • WORKING ACTIVITIES: production of short films and infographics
  • N° PARTICIPANTS: 13
  • PARTICIPANTS’ AGE: 18-27
  • PARTICIPATION FEES: no fees
  • DEADLINE: 27th of April 2019
  • APPLICATION: presentation video

EAVI is launching the first summer camp on media literacy!

We will host 13 dynamic international young people willing to spend their holidays surrounded by nature and fun while contributing to the field.

Don’t you know exactly what media literacy is? No worries, the camp has been organised exactly for this purpose!

EAVI is going to train the participants through incredible and entertaining workshops on matters they come across every day in their virtual reality, such as fake news, hate speech, propaganda, etc.

Participants will balance outdoor and free time activities with a challenging task they need to accomplish by the end of the camp: create a short film and infographics about these topics, so that young people are going to create content for young people, spreading around their important message!

MORE ABOUT THE ACTIVITIES: The camp provides offline free time to enjoy the beautiful Flemish countryside, team activities, short visits to the nearby cities (Ghent and Brussels), coupled with group working activities for the development of the short video.

So, if you are creative, crazy about social media and can create videos or infographics, but also interested in learning about the deeper aspects of the media, THIS CAMP IS RIGHT FOR YOU!

Participants don’t have to pay any fees. Food and accommodation are free for those selected for EAVI CAMP.

Flights and means of transport to arrive and leave are at the participants’ expenses. For this reason, we advise you to book the flights as soon as you will be selected.

HOW TO APPLY: To participate in the selection process, you need to send a video around 3 minutes in length telling us who you are, why you are interested in the camp and what qualities you possess that will be useful for the EAVI CAMP activities. Please don’t stress about the video. Feel free to present yourself in the most comfortable way for you and show us your creativity!

The video and the information form attached below should be sent by the 27th of April to giovanna@eavi.eu

For more information download the file attached below or write to giovanna@eavi.eu (for the attention of Giovanna Tanzi)

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GETTING STARTED IN FILM

Aged 16+ and looking for guidance on getting your foot in the door of the film industry?

Get Started In Film is a new free project with GMAC Film in partnership with ScreenSkills which will give you access to a one-on-one session career guidance session as well as the opportunity to apply for a FREE Industry Pass for Glasgow Film Festival 2019.

To receive an application form please email hello@gmacfilm.com with the subject “Get Started In Film Application.

SHMU Youth Media Project

SHMU offer a wide range of mixed media training opportunities for young people aged between 11-19 years living in regeneration areas across Aberdeen.

Youth TV – ‘New state of the art TV studio’ opening soon. In preparation we are offering a range of film and TV broadcasting courses starting with an ‘Into Film Club’ launching on Thursday 8th November from 6pm at shmu.

Youth Radio Project – Weekly radio production to prepare for live Saturday show presented by our young presenters.

Youth Journalism – learning all aspects of journalism including; writing techniques, interviews skills and create articles for our youth magazine ‘Journalogical’ which is created 3 times a year.

For more information on the youth opportunities at shmu contact Denise Reid, shmu Youth Media Manager on denise.reid@shmu.org.uk or call 01224 515013

Visit SHMU's website

Hit The Ground Running

Hit The Ground Running offers training and skills development for film and television drama. Courses are running early in 2019 – visit their website to join their mailing list and receive update on forthcoming courses and events.

Visit the Hit The Ground Running Website
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