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“Do you have a minute?”

Banja Luka, BiH - 11 March 2013 - “Do you have a minute?” is the title of a OneMinutesJr Film Festival taking place in Banja Luka's Multiplex Palace Cinema on 14 March 2013.

22 selected movies, produced by children from 11 cities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, will be screened during the Festival. Winners in different categories will be announced after the screening.


The movies, entirely produced by children, were originally created under the project Strengthening the Social Protection and Inclusion System. Children from Brčko distrikt, Posušje, Velika Kladuša, Tešanj, Gornji Vakuf/Uskoplje, Kupres, Prnjavor, Derventa, Mrkonjić Grad and Čelinac i Gacko were trained how to conceptualize their ideas of social inclusion into a one minute movie form.

Out of a total of 105 movies produced, 22 were pre-selected for the Festival.

The Jury constituted of professionals from the areas of Film, Theater, Journalism and Photography will decide on the winners for the best scenario, directing, acting, the special Jury Award and finally – the Grand Prix of the Festival.

All the 105 movies were qualified for an Audience Award that will be given based on the total number of “likes”, acquired on Facebook.

The Project for Enhancing the Social Protection and Inclusion System for Children in BiH (SPIS) is funded by the European Union and implemented by UNICEF and Government authorities at all levels. The programme has been financed by the European Union since 2008 from the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA) in a total amount of 4.1 million EUR, with the objective to support enhancing the system for adequate social protection policy and inclusion of children and their families. The SPIS approach, which has been successfully modeled in 21 Municipalities, has the potential to be expanded to the rest of the country.

The partner of the Festival is company M:tel.

 

 
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