PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Everything you need to know before you get on the plane…
This day-long workshop is designed to train the next generation of filmmakers, journalists and media-makers to cover stories from the wider world through interactive sessions that highlight the skills necessary to deliver outstanding reporting from developing countries.
The workshop will be run by acclaimed investigative journalist and documentary filmmaker, Julie Noon. The content of the workshops is relevant, current and aimed at those wanting to produce international stories. Topics covered include the practicalities of international productions, how to ensure your safety and that of your contributors, interview techniques and how to engage audiences with stories from the wider world.
The teaching is supported by numerous clips of current media coverage, examples of best practice and resources to take home with you – including a template consent form, safety check list, and tips on digital security.
THIS WORKSHOP IS FOR YOU IF…
1) You are a journalist, documentary filmmaker or media officer planning your first international reporting trip.
2) You are an experienced journalist, documentary filmmaker or media officer and want to brush up on your knowledge of safety, ethics and storytelling techniques.
3) You are interested in applying for the One World Media Fellowship.
WHO IS THE TRAINER?
Julie is an acclaimed investigative journalist and documentary filmmaker with 20 years’ experience in crafting compelling and impactful storytelling through documentary, still images and creative narrative. Her career spans current affairs documentaries, news, politics, observational documentaries and live political programming. Julie has worked, lived and travelled in over 60 countries around the world, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, to South Sudan and Afghanistan.
Julie has produced, directed and series produced on award-winning series and critically acclaimed strands including Channel 4’s Dispatches and Unreported World, and the BBC’s This World. Her work has been nominated and shortlisted for awards including the Rory Peck Award for Impact and Broadcast Award’s Best Current Affairs Documentary. Many of her films have been shown in Parliament and some have prompted policy and legal change. Passionate about developing new talent in foreign affairs, Julie also runs courses for organisations including One World Media, and teaches on Hostile Environment training courses.
Workshops are held at our offices in central London and cost £69 to attend (early bird price: £59).
To encourage equal opportunities we have a limited number of discounted tickets for BAME and low income participants. Discounted tickets are allocated to selected applicants. If you would like to be considered for one of these places, please fill in this form.
Please note that lunch and refreshments are included in the ticket price. If you have any special dietary requirements, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7922 7941 in advance of the event.