Training workshops for an audiovisual product that are strongly participatory and inclusive
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
To stimulate the participation of marginalized youth, strengthening their relational and cognitive abilities. To promote collaboration between young Italians and foreigners living in Palermo.
Approximately 25 youths born or raised in Palermo, among whom at least 10 are asylum seekers and 5 women, between the ages of 15 and 24.
The project foresees the realization of a series of training workshops and the creation of a participatory audiovisual product with a strong social impact connected to the territory of Palermo. The “FunKino” participatory story-telling method finetuned by Zabbara in recent years, is designed to enable youths from different backgrounds, cultural contexts and languages to become skillful narrators, able to gradually become involved in the field of cinema.
All phases of this activity, from the participatory writing workshops to editing and post-production, are founded on the direct and active participation of the beneficiaries, who learn in this way the fundamentals of narrative structure, creating a strategy for a story on any subject via shared experience, narrative warm-up games and other activities. The participants write the subject together, contribute to the screenplay and participate in the direction and acting. The basis for a shared narrative comes from different visions of the world of the participating youths.
This innovative methodology aims to create a participatory, group story for a film, involving all the participants, regardless of their origins and educational backgrounds, teaching them the narrative structure and how to create detailed stories, motivating them to become fully autonomous, responsible, decision-making authors.
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