EU Short-Film Challenge: #Migrations

Third edition of the EU Short-Film Challenge: #Migrations
Date: 1 December 2016
Time: 7pm
Venue: Student Activity Centre Theatre (Building E31), University of Macau
Free entry. All are welcome!

This is the third edition of this competition which involved 60+ students in the video workshop of the Department of Communication at the University of Macau. For this year’s competition, students were challenged to produce short films around the theme “#Migrations”. Students have used documentary and narrative approaches to explore how the topic relates to Macau.

The European Union Academic Programme in Macao (EUAP-M) presents the EU Short Film Challenge 2016. On 1 December 2016, 20 short films will be screened at 7pm in the Student Activity Centre Theatre (E31) on the University of Macau campus.

The EU Short Film Challenge 2016 is one of the activities organized by the EUAP-M. Established in 2012, the EUAP-M is a partnership between the University of Macau and the Institute of European Studies of Macau (IEEM), co-financed by the European Union. It aims to bring the EU to the closer attention of the Macau’s general public and, in particular, students of all levels.

第三屆以“移民”為主題的歐盟微電影挑戰賽
2016年12月1日

澳門歐盟學術計劃將於2016年12月1日舉辦歐盟微電影挑戰賽,約20部微電影將會在晚上7點在澳門大學學生活動中心(E31)影院展出。

60多位澳門大學傳播學系的學生將會參加第三屆微電影挑戰賽。今年的挑戰賽,學生們將會圍繞“移民”這一話題,運用紀錄片等形式來挖掘澳門的移民現象。

2016微電影挑戰賽是澳門歐盟學術計劃組織的活動之一。澳門歐盟學術計劃成立於 2012 年,由澳門大學和澳門歐洲研究會合辦,由歐盟共同資助。致力於讓澳門大眾更加瞭解歐盟,特別是 澳門的學生階層。