Une minute de vie, une minute de cinema is a workshop that aims to bring cinema closer to young people by giving them the opportunity to make one-minute short films, about the things that interest them, with whatever mediums they have on hand.
This year, the project passes off in six high schools in Bucharest. In each of them, a filmmaker will discuss with young people about narrative structure, the manipulative nature of visual content, fake news, and, last but not least, about the pleasure of watching and making cinema – the filmmaker will also invite them to join the interactive workshop. This year, the mentors are:
Catrinel Dănăiață at Colegiul Național ”Școala Centrală”
Paul Negoescu at Colegiul Național ”Sfântul Sava”
Nicolae Constantin Tănase at Liceul de Arte Plastice ”Nicolae Tonitza”
Bogdan Mustață at Colegiul Național Bilingv ”George Coșbuc”
Radu Muntean at Colegiul Național ”Spiru Haret”
Marc Solomon at Colegiul Național de Informatică ”Tudor Vianu”
Une minute de vie, une minute de cinema is inspired by UniCredit Bank. The entrance to the screening on 27th October is free of admission
A jury of professionals will judge both the one minute teenage films and the films in the international FILMINUTE competition.