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Published on Apr 18, 2012
KOLAŠIN, MONTENEGRO, 30 March 2012 - Twenty teenagers from the North of the country turned Kolašin into the "Hollywood of Montenegro" for five days and produced their own short videos on topics such as poverty and social inclusion.
For the fourth consecutive year, the OneMinutesJr project made a stop-over in Montenegro to train young Montenegrins in filmmaking and digital story-telling. The participants this time all came from the Northern parts of the country, from Kolašin, Mojkovac, Rožaje, Berane and Plav. The boys and girls were trained by experienced film-makers in story development, filming and editing and finished the workshop with a presentation of twenty short films at the end of the one-week training.