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Multilingualism and Europe

The topic of this workshop, ‘multilingualism’ is one of the hot topics which refers to different layers of our everyday life and the New Euro-generation is discussing.

The young generation is encouraged to be multilingual and still keeping the diversity in their own culture. By travelling through Europe by train, thus being able to see the landscape changing and get a sense of its physicality, the project aims to explore the question of multilingualism through film, by giving young people free range to discover this New Europe and how it speaks by themselves.

The New Eurogeneration is travelling, settling in different communities, speaking different languages; but still forming a unity in itself.

 

Three Weeks on Three Trains

45 participants will meet in three European Capitals: Tallinn, San Sebastián and Turin. Dividing into groups of three people (one director, one cinematographer and one sound engineer), they will make 15 short documentaries on the way to Istanbul.

 

One Week in Istanbul, the European Capital of Culture in 2010

The three trains will finally arrive in Istanbul on the 10th of October. There, the filmmakers will edit their films and attend a week-long series of events, screenings, panels, meetings, parties. The first screening of the films will be made in Istanbul on the 15th of October.


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Istanbul Express filmmaking workshop

Festival
Festival presentation: 

NISI MASA is glad to announce its biggest itinerant filmmaking workshop of 2010 which will be
realised this autumn in 18 countries via the railways of Europe with as final destination: Istanbul.
Istanbul Express: Exploring Multilingualism across Europe aims to investigate the common issues
about languages starting from three European capitals, passing through three, and finally arriving
Istanbul 2010 European Capital of Culture.

The 45 participants will meet in three European Capitals: Tallinn, San Sebastián and Turin. Dividing
into groups of three people (one director, one cinematographer and one sound engineer), they will
make 15 short documentaries on the way to Istanbul. 15 participants will meet on the 20th of September
in each starting city. After spending some days at the starting city by shootings and attending the local
events organized in the frame of the workshop; they will start the journey. Each train will pass 7/8 large
European cities (mostly capitals) and make shootings on the trains and in the stopover cities.
Besides, they will attend some local events organized by the NISI MASA member organizations at
these cities.

Apply now to for a chance to be on board!

 

Festival Nickname: 
Istanbul Express
Theme: 
Documentary
International
Youth/Teen
Category/Format: 
Short films
Festival Info
Next Festival Dates: 
09/20/2010 - 10/15/2010
Does the Festival have a market?: 
No
Does the Festival have a competition ?: 
Yes
Festival Submission
Film submission fee: 
Free
Submission accepted on Fest21.com: 
No
Film call for entry start day: 
06/16/2010
Film call for entry deadline: 
07/16/2010
Festival Contact
Festival Director Name: 
Esra Demirkiran
Festival Director E-mail: 
Festival Organization
Name: 
NISI MASA
Address: 
99, Rue du Fauborg Saint-Denis
City: 
Paris
Zip code: 
75010
Country: 
France

About Istanbul Express filmmaking workshop


Multilingualism and Europe

The topic of this workshop, ‘multilingualism' is one of the hot topics which refers to different layers of our everyday life and the New Euro-generation is discussing.

The young generation is encouraged to be multilingual and still keeping the diversity in their own culture. By travelling through Europe by train, thus being able to see the landscape changing and get a sense of its physicality, the project aims to explore the question of multilingualism through film, by giving young people free range to discover this New Europe and how it speaks by themselves.

The New Eurogeneration is travelling, settling in different communities, speaking different languages; but still forming a unity in itself.


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