theoneminutesjr
2014 Workshops


1: Amman, Jordan (11-15 January 2014)
2: Balti, Moldova (26-30 May 2014)
3: Bamyan, Afghanistan (7-11 September 2014)
4: Bangladesh workshop (November 2014)
5: Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan (February 2014)
6: Dilijan, Armenia (22-26 September 2014)
7: Herne, Germany workshop (October 2014)
8: Hong Kong, China Workshop 2014
9: Kahramanmaras, Turkey (23-27 April 2014)
10: Karakol, Kyrgyzstan (March 2014)
11: Lviv, Ukraine (October 2014)
12: Lviv, Ukraine (15 -19 July 2014)
13: Mansakonko, The Gambia (25-29 August 2014)
14: Mexico City, Mexico (November 2014)
15: Odessa (October 2014)
16: Passikudah, Sri Lanka (February 2014)
17: Pokhara, Nepal (17-21 March 2014)
18: Recklinghausen, Germany (14-17 April 2014)
19: Tashkent, Uzbekistan (28 July - 1 August 2014)
20: Zaatari Camp, Jordan (18-23 January 2014)
21: Amsterdam, The Netherlands - IDFA Masterclass (28-Nov - 01 Dec 2014)

DILIJAN, Armenia, 22 September 2014 - Twenty-two young people from Dilijan have come to the tumo center for creative technologies in the Armenian spa town Dilijan this week to participate in a OneMinutesJr workshop.


Opening of the workshop in Dilijan - tumo center Dilijan / 2014

The 12 boys and 10 girls who will develop, film and edit their first movies this week are a truly inclusive crowd. We have participants with cerebral palsy, Duchenne syndrome, autism, clubfoot, mild intellectual disabilities and psychological development delays alongside other children from Dilijan without disabilites.

From the very beginning it is clear to everybody that all children here have the same rights and that nobody will be left out in the process. But we don't really need to mention this since it comes naturally from the children.

We spend the first part of the day getting to know each other. The trainers this time are from Armenia, the Netherlands and Germany. Languages spoken at the training are mainly Russian and Armenian and the children are very interested in the films screened and the techniques discussed during the introductory part of the 5-day workshop.


First steps with the camera for Lilia (13) from Dilijan - UNICEF / Schuepp / 2014

In the afternoon we explain the cameras to the participants and then start the individual sessions to develop the story ideas further with the children. In the meantime those who we have already talked to or who have to wait in line for their personal brainstorming with the trainers roam around the tumo center and practise their filming skills.

At the end of the day, we have discussed film ideas with half of the group and the rest is scheduled for tomorrow, day 2 of the workshop.