Little Adam (the boy in the picture) will remember this summer for many years.
Lutita (Agyagfalva in Hungarian), the quiet small village of Trasylvania (Romania), where Adam lives, will excite from a multilingual “beehive” that will move in there for five days.
From July 9 to 13, youngsters from Germany, Hungary, Greece and Romania -along with their friends from Canada and Spain – will be there to participate at the “Zoom to Europe and Transylvania” , a program supported by the European Union’s ‘Youth in Action’.
The youngsters divided into mixed groups, will have the chance to “use” this amazing place for the shootings of their short films.
The hospitable locals are preparing in order to welcome them and introduce their home, their history and folkways.
The films will be completed in Mako, Hungary, where all the participants will return on July 14th and two days later on July 16th the films will be screened during the closing ceremony.
All the films that we’ll be created during this program will be screened at the 10th Camera Zizanio, this December.
The Greek delegation consists of 10 youngsters and 2 chaperons.
Η 23η Camera Zizanio θα διεξαχθεί ταυτόχρονα με το 26ο Φεστιβάλ Κινηματογράφου Ολυμπίας για παιδιά και νέους από τις 2 ως τις 9 Δεκεμβρίου 2023.
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