Recruitment for the Melbourne team of producers closed on 25 September, however, if you’re Hazara based any where in the world and wish to participate in our project, sign up on our Facebook page. If you can access video, photos, sound or even write us your ideas, we would love your hear, see and know what is you may want to share with our team in Melbourne.
- Are you eager to tell stories and reach local and international audiences?
- Do you want to be part of an international team of young media makers?
Home Lands v2 is a media arts project where twelve young Hazara in Melbourne will co-produce short format documentaries with Hazara abroad. This is a unique opportunity that will give you access to skilled and highly regarded artists and film practitioners who will guide, instruct and mentor you over the course of a year.
What kind of person are we looking for?
- You’re interested in media arts and video production.
- You’re creative, want to tell stories and learn new skills.
- You enjoy teamwork.
- You’re eager to build a local and international network of collaborators.
- You want to build on what you’ve learnt, teach others or establish a media arts group in your community.
What will Home Lands v2 provide?
- In collaboration with Youthworx Media and Multicultural Arts Victoria we’ll assist in production, screening and exhibition of your work.
- We’ll coordinate mentorships with leading film and media arts practitioners.
What will we do together?
- Co-produce at least four 5 to 10 minute micro docs (short-format documentaries).
- Produce at least one major video projection event.
- Contribute to an exhibition of video portraits based on traditional photo essay techniques.
What you’ll need to do.
- Commit to online communication with the Melbourne team via email, Facebook or right here.
- Be ready to start in early to mid October 2011.
- Agree to license the work we produce under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License (free to share and reuse for non-profit purposes only).
- Agree to be part of the Home Lands research project. Home Lands is funded by an Australian Research Council Linkage Grant and the City of Melbourne.
Write and tell us who you are and why you would like to join Home Lands v2.