Students from WFC’s Level 1 Fiction Film Workshop in the City of God favela in Rio de Janeiro produced this short film using Nokia 6110 mobile phones and free editing software. “The Admirer tells the story of an unlikely romance. After a fight with her boyfriend, Alice discovers she is the object of someone else’s […]
World Cup Reporters presents the reaction of the people that went to Vila Isabel to watch the game between Brazil and Germany that entered to history as the biggest host team tragedy ever. Mobile Video Camera: Leandro Lima and Jairo Tinim Sound: Matheus Castro Video Edition: Jardel Sabino Translation: Fabrício Junger Translation Review: Marcela Bergamaschi […]
First video report done in arrival to Alzirão. A traditional street party where the games of the brazilian team can be watched in a big outdoor screen for everyone that wanna join. Primeiro vídeo reportagem da chegada no Alzirão. Uma festa de rua tradicional no Rio de Janeiro onde os jogos da Seleção Brasileira são […]
Participants from our Level 2 documentary workshop in Morros dos Prazeres favela, Rio de Janeiro have chosen to focus on life for those who frequent their local train station. All footage is shot on a mobile phone and edited by the participants.
Are we born with dreams or goals? This short film focuses on interviewing locals from the Morros dos Prazeres favela, Rio de Janeiro to ask them this very question. All footage is shot on a mobile phone and edited by the participants from the Level 2 documentary workshop.
In the World Cup there’s always the possibility of cultural exchanges. Between tourists and locals, different languages and nationalities. And journalists. In this eighth video report, World Cup Reporters meets an international reporter. Interviewing and being interviewed. Portuguese and Spanish. Learning and teaching. For a moment, they are one.
In this ninth video report and second part of the World Cup Reporters meeting with an international journalist, it will be possible to get to know Asli Pelit, the sports reporter of Trt Türk, and her opinions about the World Cup 2014 in Rio.
Where do you usually watch the games of the World Cup 2014? Some people go to a bar or restaurant, some others go to the beach or on the street. There are still those that watch it at home with the family and a group of friends.