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2008 workshops


1: Romania (February)
2: Holon, Israel (February 17-21)
3: Helsinki, Finland (February 18-22 )
4: Cairo, Egypt (February 20-24)
5: Krško, Laško, Slovenia (February 25-29 )
6: Munich, Germany (March 24-28)
7: Košice, Slovakia ( April 2- 6)
8: Amorgos, Greece (April 7th)
9: Beekbergen, Netherlands (April 7-11)
10: Yerevan, Armenia (April 9-13)
11: Berlin, Germany (April 21-25)
12: Lasi, Romania (April 25)
13: Bratislava, Slovakia (30 April- 4 May)
14: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (May 12-16 )
15: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (May 21-25)
16: Baia Mare, Romania (June 16)
17: Astana, Kazakhstan (July 21-25)
18: Krško, Slovenia (July 24-30 )
19: Dublin, Ierland (14-18 July)
20: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (8-12 July)
21: Bujumbura, Burundi (August 27-31)
22: Ashgabat, Turkmenistan (September 29 - October 3)
23: Skopje, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (October 26-30)
24: Abuja, Nigeria (13-17 November)
25: Warsaw, Poland (18-23 November)

40 teenagers took to the challenge and worked hard to finish the first 2 Stranger video workshops for video making and animation in Romania.

The first participants were 20 teenagers, aged 14 to 18, from Campulung Muscel, and 20 Hungarian young people from Miercurea Ciuc. Guided by art director Alexandru Buzea and mentor Raluca Spataru, the first group created a vast world of drawings and colours onto their white sheets of paper which will be made into animations.

The second group, coordinated by video artist David Djindjikhachvili, director Florin Kevorkian and TV producer Marius Csucs tell their stories in a one-minute film, concluding one week of training in script writing, story-board drawing, filming and editing. All films realised during the workshops will be entered into the StrangerFestival competition.