Exploration Workshop 2018

Are you young and do you think you can change the world? Bring this feeling to the Exploration Workshop! This is the first step to making change. What could be more challenging than someone telling you that you can make a film in five days? No, it’s not easy. It is difficult, it is exhausting, but it is possible. And more than that, it is interesting, creative, motivating, and exciting! It is an intensive program to learn how to make a film while you make a film!

Theory is important, but practice is just as important. Together with the workshop tutors , you will learn the basics of documentary filmmaking, and immediately plunge into making your own short documentary. It is a workshop in which your participation is important, your ideas are applicable, and change can be made by anyone.

During this time you will learn a lot, not only about film, but about yourself, your limits, the strength of your convictions, how to communicate with people, courage, and creativity.

Apply for the Exploration Workshop because the world is constantly changing. Be part of it!

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Nora Agapi is a graduate of the National Film University in Bucharest, with an MA in Digital Arts at Athens University. She is the Director of Photography for several feature documentary films (“American Oasis: Harvesting the Sky to Live in a Dry Land”, “Decoding Dacia”, “Off The Beaten Track”, “Forest of Crocodiles”, “Low Cost”, “Leaving Transylvania”), and for many fiction and documentary shorts. A member of the Romanian Cinematographer Association, collaborating with Corbis Agency she is also an accomplished photographer, with work published in National Geographic, Sunday Times, Cosmopolitan, Elle, FHM, and 4WD. Her documentaries have been selected at top film festivals (Berlin, Rotterdam, TIFF, Astra, etc), and multiple personal and group photo exhibitions (TIAV).

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Ioana Țurcan is a filmmaker and visual artist that currently lives and works in Bucharest, Romania. She graduated a post-master course at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm, Critical Images: Dignity and Representation, created by the anonymous documentary collective Abounaddara and holds an MFA in Film and Video Production from Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY where she studied under a Fulbright Award. She is a former student of Babeș-Bolyai University where she pursued her master in Documentary Filmmaking and her bachelor studies in Cinematography.

www.ioanaturcan.com

Details:

Language: Romanian

Deadline for applications: 25th of July, 2018

Fee: no charge

Level: beginners

Number of participants: 12-15

Selection Criteria:

Age: 16+

Nationality: Republic of Moldova

Target participants: young people from the Cahul region, priority will be given to young people from disadvantaged groups.

For more information please contact: lab@moldoxfestival.com

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