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Registration is now closed for the SIGNIS TV Seminar 2016

Taipei

Registrations for the SIGNIS TV Seminar 2016 in Taipei are now closed. The seminar will take place at Chinatrust Executive House Hotel on 9th-12th September 2016. This year, we will have the pleasure to be joined by the SIGNIS Journalism Desk which has decided to partner with us.   

The main local partner will be Kuangchi Program Service, and Father Jerry Martinson, SJ.

The theme of the seminar is "Imaging the Church in Media: Television  and Journalism". Along with the panel and the keynote address, our sharing this year will take the form of “Case studies,” a slight variation on our traditional Show & Tell.

Visit our special Seminar 2016 page for more information!

 


 
 

SIGNIS TV Seminar 2015


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Around forty Catholic TV producers and broadcasters coming from Africa, Europe and the Americas met from 22nd to 25th August in Aparecida, Brazil, to exchange their products, projects, and ideas around the theme “Knowing your audience: Connecting to the periphery.

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Magnificat 2015 Calls for Submissions

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The 11th International Catholic Festival of Christian Documentaries and TV Programs Magnificat 2015 is inviting producers to submit their programs.
Magnificat 2015 is organized by SIGNIS Belarus under the patronage of the Bishops Conference of Belarus and will take place in Minsk, Belarus, from 30 August to 3 September 2015.
The festival screens the works of Belarusian and foreign cinema and TV producers aimed at evangelization of the society and support of human values, created in various Christian traditions. Documentary films and TV programs, as well as animated films made at all film-producing studios and TV channels from Belarus and abroad are eligible to enter the Festival contest.
The deadline for submission is April 30, 2015.
More information, entry form and regulations:
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The 11th International Catholic Festival of Christian Documentaries and TV Programs in Belarus, Magnificat 2015, is inviting producers to submit their programs.

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SAT-7 Provides On-Air School for Syrian and Iraqi Refugee Children



The SIGNIS Jury at the PLURAL+ Youth Video Festival 2014 has decided to give its prize to {Somewhere to Belong} by Julia Kuhn (Germany).}}
“Through the use of black & white photography and a variety of warm colors, -says the SIGNIS Jury citation- the video shows how exclusion can lead to sadness. {{ {Somewhere to Belong} }} reminds us we are all equal, whatever our origins or our skin color”. The Jury highlighted that “the video is also a hymn to friendship: hanging with another, with friends, makes differences nonexistent. This video teaches us that immigrants give us a chance to encounter people from another culture with a lot in common with us: we all are human, we all are equal”.
My School is a new on-air school launched to enable displaced Syrian and Iraqi children whose education has been disrupted by conflict to start learning again as they watch the SAT-7 KIDS satellite TV channel.

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PLURAL+ 2014: SIGNIS Prize goes to “Somewhere to Belong”



The SIGNIS Jury at the PLURAL+ Youth Video Festival 2014 has decided to give its prize to {Somewhere to Belong} by Julia Kuhn (Germany).}}
“Through the use of black & white photography and a variety of warm colors, -says the SIGNIS Jury citation- the video shows how exclusion can lead to sadness. {{ {Somewhere to Belong} }} reminds us we are all equal, whatever our origins or our skin color”. The Jury highlighted that “the video is also a hymn to friendship: hanging with another, with friends, makes differences nonexistent. This video teaches us that immigrants give us a chance to encounter people from another culture with a lot in common with us: we all are human, we all are equal”.
The SIGNIS Jury at the PLURAL+ Youth Video Festival 2014 has decided to give its prize to Somewhere to Belong by Julia Kuhn (Germany).

“Through the use of black & white photography and a variety of warm colors, -says the SIGNIS Jury citation- the video shows how exclusion can lead to sadness. Somewhere to Belong reminds us we are all equal, whatever our origins or our skin color”. The Jury highlighted that “the video is also a hymn to friendship: hanging with another, with friends, makes differences nonexistent. This video teaches us that immigrants give us a chance to encounter people from another culture with a lot in common with us: we all are human, we all are equal”.

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