A course for journalists on Svalbard, 2th – 6th of May 2016
Some say it´s difficult to understand the relation between Russia and Norway without understanding Svalbard. What is really going on in this islands? What is the history behind Svalbard and the Svalbard treaty?
Journalists from four countries will soon meet in the Swedish town of Haparanda. On April 21-24 it will host the Annual Meeting of Barents Press International. The themes of this year are various. But the leading one is the digitization of media. What does it mean for us? What we do we lose or acquire moving totally to the virtual and digital world?
Polar Lights — international Arctic film festival
The Festival is not ethnicity, but the organizers intend to pay a special attention to movies devoted to small indigenous people of the North. They are to be screened within the Non-competition program. Furthermore, retrospective screenings of the World and Russian Cinema Masters, round tables and workshops are included in the Festival's program. The prominent cinematographers like Knut Erik Jensen, Alexandr Adabashyan, Ingrid Veninger and Vladimir Grammatikov are members of Jury.
All necessary information about the Film Festival can be found at the site http://arcticfilmfest.ru/.
We are glad to accredit you to our Festival. We kindly ask everyone interested in our offer to provide us with your details (name of the Media, given names of a correspondent, passport No., date and place of issuance; foreign journalists are to have Russian visa and accreditation form to work in Russia) and send them to e-mails: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We are ready to discuss conditions of your stay at the Festival when having your application.
Looking forward to getting your letters! Thank you!