WE LOVE SHORT VIDEOS: Call for Participation
The U.S. Department of State and One Minute Academy are partnering to provide a series of intensive, five-day virtual workshops that trains entrepreneurs in the ability to tell their stories through engaging and informative One Minute videos. Participants will learn from One Minute Academy's media educators and network with professional peers from across the region. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will receive One Minute Academy's proficiency certificate.
Specifically, the workshop addresses the following questions.
THEORY: How can we use photos and video to engage an audience?
PRE-PRODUCTION: How do we set up and plan a one minute video production?
PRODUCTION: How do we use a smartphone or camera like a professional?
POST-PRODUCTION: How do we organize media files and edit a video on professional software in one day?
TRAIN-THE-TRAINERS: How do we teach other people to make videos after the course is over?
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South Africa, March 1–5
Thailand, March 9–13
Cambodia, March 8–12
Canada, March 8–12
Laos, March 13–21
Vietnam, March 15–19
Myanmar, March 15–19
Azerbaijan, April 5–9
Bolivia, April 19–23
Russia, May 3–7
Venezuela, May 3–7
Iraq, June 7–11
Participants will be selected based on responses to this survey. More detailed responses will accordingly be more competitive. Feel free to share the link to this survey if you have a colleague who may be interested in participating.
• The workshop is open to journalists, activists, media professionals, local leaders and others who tell truthful and valuable stories about their communities.
• Participants will have to attend all five days of the virtual workshop (two to three hours each day).
• Participants must have a laptop with an up-to-date operating system, a smartphone or camera with full battery, charger and cable to connect the device to a computer, and headphones.
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