ADAMI press briefing in Yerevan
Follow here for a Livestream of our press briefing in Yerevan, Armenia about the new international forum, ADAMI Dialogue:
1 Italy street, Yerevan, 0010
September 5, 2017 – 13:00
New workshop for TV and Visual Media Professionals, “ADAMI Dialogue – Yerevan”
The ADAMI Media Prize for Cultural Diversity in Eastern Europe is launching a workshop forum in Yerevan, Armenia on November 4-5, 2017, for TV journalists, producers, and film directors working on topics of cultural diversity, integration, and peaceful coexistence.
The workshop is open to participants from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine, with the aim of creating dialogue on how to showcase diversity in the region in visual media, and to establish networks with broadcasters and filmmakers in Europe. A total of 23 persons will be selected. Interested parties can apply to participate through the online application form: https://form.jotform.me/71984373709469.
ADAMI Dialogue – Yerevan will be a new opportunity for TV and film professionals to advance their video-based projects through a creative workshop with international experts, including documentary filmmaker Vitaly Mansky and producer and film director Andrzej Klamt. Within the framework of the forum there will be a public screening of Vitaly Mansky’s film Close Relatives and a Q&A with the director.
Participants can apply for the workshop with concepts and projects of different formats and stages of development, and will receive recommendations from the forum experts for developing, shooting, editing.
About the ADAMI Media Prize
The ADAMI Media Prize was created to encourage filmmakers, journalists, and audio-visual media professionals in the EU Eastern Partnership countries to promote topics of migration, tolerance, and cultural diversity. The prize rewards outstanding TV, film, and online programmes which deal with diversity-related issues. Alongside the prize, ADAMI organizes several events for networking and fosters exchange among media professionals in Eastern Europe and the EU.
The ADAMI Media Prize is financed by the Federal Foreign Office and ProCredit Holding, and conducted in partnership with the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), Deutsche Welle Akademie, the German Society for Eastern European Studies (DGO), and supported by media partners ARTE, ZDF, and MDR.