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Theoneminutesjr workshops, what, why and how.

Theoneminutesjr workshops, what, why and how.

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  • 1. Theoneminutesjr Workshops
  • 2. Why organise workshops
    • Empower young people to express themselves
    • Provide basic communication/audiovisual skills
    • Give opportunity to collaborate with peers
    • Teamwork, self-esteem, creativity
    • Involve marginalized youngsters
  • 3. Workshops organized so far
    • Total: 50 workshops in Europe
    • Involving over 1.000 youngsters
    • Ranging from Chisinau to
    • Casablanca, from Berlin to Beirut,
    • from Dublin to Derry, from
    • Salzburg to Skopje and from
    • Amsterdam to Amman
  • 4. A Generic Workshop
    • 15-20 youngsters with different backgrounds
    • 2-3 video artists & 1-2 coordinators
    • 4-5 days script-writing, filming, editing
    • Equipment: 2-3 laptops & 5 cameras
    • Results: 20 one-minute videos of broadcasting quality
  • 5. the three stages
    • Before the workshop
    • During the workshop
    • After the workshop
  • 6. Before the workshop
    • Questions which need to be answered during the preparation
    • Who will coordinate and facilitate the workshop
    • Where will the workshop take place
    • Are there partners needed
    • Will it be a local, national or international workshop
    • How to reach the youngsters
    • What are the costs of a workshop
    • What are the technical needs
    • What kind of facilities are required
  • 7. Before the workshop
    • Preparation for the facilitators
    • Know who you are working with
    • Prepare and synchronize working approach
    • Learn about the city/country the workshop takes place
    • Read the application forms of the youngsters
    • Ask for background information of the youngsters
    • Schedule the workshop day by day
    • Know what kind of equipment is available
  • 8.
    • Working method and approach
    • Non-formal education based on equal standing
    • Creative process as well as outcome is important
    • Improvisation, ad-hoc handling and flexibility
    • Teamwork
    • Tailor-made approach
    • Intensive, time limitations
    During the workshop
  • 9. Workshop Schedule
    • Day 1
    • 0:00 Personal introduction –
    • introduction trainers and participants
    • theoneminutesjr – history, present and future
    • Script-writing – participants develop their own ideas
    • Participants present their ideas to facilitators
    • What’s possible – what’s impossible?
    • Group dynamics – “who films what with whom and where?”
    • Finalizing ideas, optional filming and/or introduction to camera work
  • 10. Workshop schedule
    • Days 2 and 3
    • General meeting and start filming in groups and finalizing ideas
    • Filming all videos in these two days
    • Editing process starts on the 3rd day
  • 11. Workshop schedule
    • Day 4:
    • General meeting and reflection of filming process
    • Filming (if necessary) and editing
    • Day 5:
    • Finalization of films, i.e. titles/credits
    • End of editing, setting up of presentation
    • Final screening and reflection of workshop results
    • Farewell party
  • 12. workshop trouble-shooting
    • Things to keep in mind during the workshop
    • Group dynamics
    • Team of organisers
    • Local sensitivities
    • Time-keeping
    • Props
    • Music
    • Insurance/Liability
    • U nderprivileged youngsters
  • 13.
    • Evaluation
    • Assist youngsters
    • developing skills
    • Dissemination
    • Competition
    After the workshop