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The Mahalla Festival in Malta took place between Nov 17 and Nov 25 with the participation of more than 60 artists, writers, filmmakers, cultural workers and initiatives from 20 countries. It was a Festival of film, literature, contemporary art, debates and several activities combining events that invite local and international participants to mobilize visitors to explore communities under new aspects. The Festival was located in venues around Valletta and Zabbar in Malta.

Maltese and international participants were presented in exhibitions, concerts, performances, screenings and talks displaying different topics: language and migration, communities and diversity, new city cultures, mobile citizenship and future demands of communities.

The displayed art works, performances, installations, screenings, readings and talks were reflecting aspects of borders, armed conflicts and migration, minorities, hospitality and hostility, urban structures, inclusion and intercultural communication.

Several initiatives and cultural workers from Europe with and without migration background who are working in the fields of diversity, inclusion and intercultural debates attended the festival in Malta and exchanged their experiences.

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This channel will present a selection of videos created within the workshop series of entropyTV most of the workshops so far took place in Turkey.

The workshop entropyTV focussed on creating short video narratives, shot in a single take in the frame…


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This channel will present a selection of videos created within the workshop series of entropyTV most of the workshops so far took place in Turkey.

The workshop entropyTV focussed on creating short video narratives, shot in a single take in the frame of yollarda - "European Literature Goes to Turkey/ Turkish Literature Goes to Europe" organized by the Goethe Institut Istanbul. The whole process is an act focusing on the economics of video narration. The course highlights the difficulties of the single take and concentrates on ways of transforming the idea from conception into a narrative.

The subject of the movie clips reflects the expectations and experiences of the participants about Turkey, the European Union or European Culture Week Events organized by the Goethe Insitut Istanbul. The final works are a collage mirroring the filmmakers view, as much as the surroundings expectation on Europe coming to Turkey.

The workshops were be completed in 3 days, conducted by Thomas Büsch (Video Producer), Sabine Küper Büsch (TV correspondent), Selim Eyuboglu (professor for Film theory in Istanbul) and Dinç Erem Tapa (Design Consultant). The workshop series were originally designed by Sabine Küper-Büsch and Thomas Büsch for the cultural initiative diyalog based in Istanbul.

Requirements: The participants should bring their own digital camcorder, mobile phone or other devices to shoot videos and, if possible, a personal laptop.

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