STREETKIDS BECOME REPORTERS
The project owner
Marieke de Lange
- El Progresso
Under supervision of a professional filmmaker, street children in Honduras will make short documentaries that are broadcast on local television. The project will help develop both the talent and the self confidence of these children.
By making short documentaries, the children will develop their creative capabilities. At the same time they will show the Honduran public what they are capable of. This is an opportunity to show a different side of street children, instead of the usual negative stigma.
Children will be taught camera, editing and interviewing techniques so that they can make short films to be broadcast on local television and online.
- Street children between 12 and 18 years old, all of which are boys. Most of them come from disrupted families and experienced poverty, abuse and the loss of one or both of their parents. Many of them have a history of drug addiction and are prone to becom
Why (Project owners drive)
Making documentaries is a good way to connect to other people's lives. I would like streetchildren to have this same opportunity.
Relation between the project partner (excecution) and the project owner (fundraising)
Non-Profit Organisation - Applicant is an Employer of Contact Person (Unpaid)
- Film instruction Camera's 1500 Microphones: 250 Computers: 1000
- Making documentaries Transport to filmlocations: 250