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Are you interested in video editing, shooting, and journalism stuff?
Here is one of the best opportunities and more importantly, it’s for free!
The program is offered by International Organization for Migration associated with Italian channel – RAI.
Duration of the study: For weekdays, it will be in the evening from 5:00PM to 9:30PM, and the whole day for weekend.
It will be held from May 22 to May 31.
I’m pleased to present the Italian RAI team of four professionals that will provide you the training:
- The Journalist Coordinator Mr Fabio Cortese, a well known face of the Italian TV News. During his long career in the Italian Broadcasting Television RAI3 and his hard engagement with “Agenda del Mondo”, he provided news from all over the world.
- The Journalist Ms Maria Cuffaro, one of the most important RAI anchorwoman and reporter, currently engaged with RAI3 but, during her professional history worked with different Italian Broadcasts, was sent to war zone providing news from Asia, Africa, America Middle East and in 2005 and 2007 she won the Journalism Award for her work done in Nasiriyah.
- Mr Francesco Meliciani, RAI video editor, videos and documentaries writer and director, expert in video e cinematography, from 2006 up now has produced over two hundred documentaries, video and TV spots, he worked in Paris at the Ellipse Cable (Canal+), Professor of Cinematography Corporate, Documentary and Advertisement at the National Film School (Experimental Center of Cinematography, Lombardia) and Professor at the “Accademia Artisti” (Artists Academy) which is the only school in Italy of practice on set for the qualification of Cinema and TV actor.
- Mr Dario Bellini, at present he works as cameraman with RAI, untill 2005 he worked with EBU News Operations in Europe, also as editor for coverage of the wars of Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq. Has worked also as cameraman and editor with Artevideo, Altavisione, World Cross, Rome Reports, Etabeta, Co-Media, TVE, ARD, Image Unlimited, PEA, and other production companies. He worked for RAI TG2 as film cameraman and studio cameraman at CPTV Rome; from 1980 works with italian private TV networks; assistant and 2nd unit camera for documentaries and motion picture industry.
Furthermore, as added value, it’s important to highlight the final aim of the workshop: to create a Network of young journalists, filmmakers and editors from different countries of the world.
In the framework of different initiatives founded by the Italian Cooperation, a project with the same formula was carried out last year in Barbados and now a section two of the same is ongoing there.
The objective is to create a youth professionals platform linked with the Italian Television in order to have different local reporters in different countries of the world providing news and documentaries as needed.
Feel free to circulate the information to all your contacts that could be interested to participate.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for registration form.