Archived #May 2010

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“association pour le dévéloppement du documentaire radiophonique”

by Kaye MortleyI should have been quicker on the upshot in telling you about this, but….France is finally waking up to the existence- and perhaps the plight- of the radio documentary.There are all sorts of little groups and courses and movements sp

by Kaye Mortley

I should have been quicker on the upshot in telling you about this, but….
France is finally waking up to the existence- and perhaps the plight- of the radio documentary.

There are all sorts of little groups and courses and movements springing up

One of the most recent- and most energetic is Addor: “association pour le dévéloppement du documentaire radiophonique”.

Go to www.addor.org for more information (in french)

That page translate by Google to ‘English’ HERE

[upd] 14th Prix Marulic, 15 – 21 May 2010, Hvar, Croatia

The 14th Prix Marulic Radio Festival will take place as usual on the island of Hvar, Croatia. Over the six days of the Festival, a record 61 entries, (20 placed in the Drama Category, 21 in the  Documentary and 20 in Short Forms Category), will

The 14th Prix Marulic Radio Festival will take place as usual on the island of Hvar, Croatia. Over the six days of the Festival, a record 61 entries, (20 placed in the Drama Category, 21 in the  Documentary and 20 in Short Forms Category), will be auditioned by 44 delegates from 17 countries from all over the globe.

Listening sessions will take place, at pleasant, open-air venues: a garden, a churchyard, Arsenal, Monastery cloisters, up in the Town Fortress, in the church of St. Annunciate, on the island of Galešnik and Theatre.

From 15th to 17th of May and parallel with the Prix Marulic Festival the EBU Group for Ars Acustica will have a specialized meeting with the presentations in stereo and surround system.

This year Grand Prix Marulic 2010 award will be given in three Categories (Drama Category, Documentary Category, Short forms Category) and it is consisting of artistically painted lighthouse statue, a diploma and a monetary award.

During the Festival the audience will have opportunity to hear a presentation by European well-known radio author Kari Hesthamar (NRK, Norway) and the presentation by Joaqin Cofreces (Tierra del Fuego, Argentina) about the Radio in Argentina and his documentary work.


Presidents of the Jury will be: Joaquin Cofreces (Argentina) and John Theocharis (Great Britain, Independent).

The opening ceremony will start on 15th May at 9 p.m. in the churchyard of St.Mark’s.



Nikica Klobučar, coordinator of the festival
Ljubo Pauzin, festival organizer

Willie McGee and the Traveling Electric Chair airs May 7th on NPR

Friends of Radio Diaries, We hope you can tune in this Friday to hear our latest project,Willie McGee and the Traveling Electric Chair.The documentary follows Bridgette McGee’s searchto find out everything she can about her grandfather&
Friends of Radio Diaries,

We hope you can tune in this Friday to hear our latest project,
Willie McGee and the Traveling Electric Chair.

The documentary follows Bridgette McGee’s searchto find out everything she can about her grandfather’s life – and his death.

On NPR’s All Things Considered Friday May 7th at 430pm (EST)
Visit radiodiaries.org for photos, extra audio clips, and to hear the full documentary.
Our project has just been featured in the New York Times.

On the night of May 7th, 1951 close to a thousand people gathered

around the courthouse in the small town of Laurel, Mississippi.

They had come to witness the execution of Willie McGee, a young

black man arrested for raping a white woman. Mississippi’s traveling

electric chair was set up inside the courthouse. Outside, a local radio

station broadcast the event live.

The case of Willie McGee lasted 6 years, went through three trials,

received support from William Faulkner, Paul Robeson, and Albert

Einstein, and was covered in newspapers around the country… and

the world. But after the execution, the story of Willie McGee was

largely forgotten.

Willie McGee and the Traveling Electric Chair follows a granddaughter’s

search for the truth about a case that has been called a real-life To Kill

A Mockingbird. The documentary also includes a newly discovered recording

from the night of the execution, which will be broadcast for the first time

since 1951.

Narrated by Bridgette McGee Robinson

Producers: Joe Richman and Samara Freemark

Associate Producer: Anayansi Diaz-Cortes

Consulting Editors: Deborah George, Ben Shapiro

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IFC2010: airport- and city -drawings by Harri

 

2010, 36th IFC, Hameenlinna, (HOME

36th IFC 2010, Hameenlinna, May 9-13 Hameenlina, Finland Hameenlinna, Finland: conference city ‘IFC 2010’6 day local weather forecast –> overview related links… before conference -1–>during conference -1–>after co

36th IFC 2010, Hameenlinna, May 9-13

Hameenlinna, Finland


Hameenlinna, Finland
: conference city ‘IFC 2010’

6 day local weather forecast –>

overview related links…

 

before conference (updated: May 20, 2010)

  1. > Holy smoke
  2. > First pics
  3. > Hameenlinna webcam
  4. > Important deadlines
  5. > [photo selecting] selecting listening sessions
  6. > List Productions for IFC 2010
  7. > Please find enclosed the official invitation with practical information […] (download)
  8. > ‘Hämeenlinna’ and how do you pronounce it? by Harri Huhtamaki
  9. Conference schedule
  10. > Transport info
  11. > Helsinki Airport by Twitter (ash)
  12. > Hameenlinna by Twitter
  13. > BREAKING –Bash the Ash
  14. Homework ‘Structural Analysis’
  15. > Drawings by Harri | 1- Airport | 2- City Map
  16. > Preview ‘Feautue Music Club’  @Tuesday
  17. > Latest by Harri (weather and walkmap)

during conference

  1. > First pics Hameenlinna
  2. > IFC 2010 Slideshow
  3. > Fragment Sound design workshop Tao Jing, …
  4. > ‘RinneRadio’ featuring Harri Huhtamaki + VIDEO
  5. > ‘Future of Feature’, ‘Forms and Platforms’, discussion session + AUDIO
  6. > Group photo
  7. > Dinner location 
  8. > Opening in 5 movies 
  9. > More photos by Matti Ripatti

after conference

  1. > Meditation on a group photo (by Edwin Brys)
  2. > About Features (interviews by Wolfram Wessels)

IFC 2010 … @Tuesday night (5/11)

20.00 – 02.00    Feature Music Club at SUISTO Club (next to the conference centre)Live Music with RinneRadio !! Special Drinks! DJ Femi remixing your features with music! Radio Atelier Videos! Fun!— BACK to IFC 2010 Home .

20.00 – 02.00  

Feature Music Club at SUISTO Club (next to the conference centre)

Live Music with RinneRadio !!

Special Drinks!

DJ Femi remixing your features with music! Radio Atelier Videos!

Fun!

BACK to IFC 2010 Home

IFC 2010, latest by Harri (weather and walkmap)

dear colleagues,many of you have been asking about weather.it’s hot! you only need tiny t-shirt etc.for the next week during the daytime it will be between +10 – +12and in the evenins +3 – +5. might be raining from time to time.and here’s one

dear colleagues,

many of you have been asking about weather.
it’s hot! you only need tiny t-shirt etc.

 

for the next week during the daytime it will be between +10 – +12
and in the evenins +3 – +5. might be raining from time to time.
and here’s one more “art work”: how to get from your hotel to the conference centre. (click for bic)
see you soon

harri

6 day local weather forecast

BACK to IFC 2010 Home

IFC 2010 first pics of Hameenlinna

 

IFC 2010 the Slideshow

start slideshow (unsorted)

FRAGM Sound design workshop IFC 2010, by Tao Jing + VIDEO

(fragm. Beijing Olympics 2008)
(fragm. Beijing Olympics 2008) 

     

 

 

grt  Willem

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