CALL FOR APPLICATIONS - CHRA - 5th Visual Storytelling for Social Change

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November 12, 2018 to November 22, 2018
Myanmar, {Burma}
Subject Fields: 
Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Film and Film History, Human Rights, Journalism and Media Studies, Social Sciences
Cinema, Human Rights and Advocacy (CHRA) is accepting applications!
The call for application is now open for the 5th Storytelling Workshop for Social Change from 12-22 November in #Myitkyina#Myanmar in partnership with the British Council and Witness.

11 day of practical workshop on the use and production of short videos for social change.

The workshop is open and free for Myanmar nationals.
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5th Visual Storytelling for Social Change

Monday 12 November 2018 to Thursday 22 November 2018 

The British Council is organizing a 11-days training programme on Human Rights Film Making, partnership with Cinema Human Rights and Advocacy (CHRA), scheduled for November 12 to 22 in Myitkyina. The programme offers a combination of lectures, screenings, working groups, group tutoring sessions and technical exercises (shooting on DSLR cameras and editing on Adobe Premiere Pro CC) focussing on the production of a short advocacy film on human rights and/or environmental issues.

The course is suitable for someone who has previous experience of film production, even if limited.

  • possess at least intermediate level English language skills (the programme will be conducted in English with no translation facilities);
  • be committed to attend all days, in full.

Essential requisite

  • Laptop essential, video or DSLR camera kit recommended.

Please send the application forms to by Friday, 22nd October. After that, the selection process will be done by CHRA and we will inform to the successful applicants to attend the training. 

Contact Info: 

Hotel Madira

No 510, PyayHtaungSu Road

Myitkyina, Kachin State


Please send the application forms to by Friday, 22nd October.

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