The 2020 edition of the Kantara Photography Prize, dedicated this year to the Mediterranean rivers, has just been closed. It was marked by a significant increase in terms of participants, with 129 applications from 13 countries, mainly Mediterranean ones. All the photographs in competition will be submitted, in the coming days, to the evaluation of an international jury composed of professional photographers. The results of the selection will be communicated by mid-September. Best of luck all participants and thanks for taking part in this initiative!
COPEAM is glad to announce the selection results of the 2020 ERN-Med Prize – devoted this year to the topic “Changing societies: communicating the Mediterranean diversities”:
>Best news items (ex aequo): “Planting a tree for migrants” by France Télévisions / France and “Women training project” by TVE / Spain
>Special mention: “Interreligious art” by EPTV / Algeria
Thanking the Arab and the European Broadcasting Unions (ASBU and EBU) for the valuable contribution to the Prize as Jury members and, with them, the ERN-Med Coordination Centre for all the work done during the year, we congratulate France Télévisions, TVE and EPTV for this success!
The TAL Network recognizes and celebrates the work of Latin American broadcasters with what has become the most important and prestigious award for public televisions in this part of the world: TAL 2020 Awards. 2020 is not an easy year: the Covid-19 pandemic has changed our lives completely; we have had to work under other parameters, facing – among others – the great challenges of home-schooling and giving accurate information to our public.
As public service media, we have responded with new programming and useful contents, thus becoming a trustful alternative for education, entertainment and proximity to our audience. This…
Mostra de València is starting to shape its official competition section. The festival, which will take place in Valencia, Spain, from October 22 to November 1, is strengthening its commitment to tracking down the best cinema produced in the Mediterranean. A selection of high-level films will be featured, addressing a wide variety of topics from countries in Europe and beyond, such as “Zana” (Kosovo), the debut feature by Antoneta Kastratibut, “Mosquito” (Portugal), by director João Nuno Pinto, “La Viajante”, the debut film by the Canarian filmmaker Miguel A. Mejías.
The selection’s diversity is revealed with a strong Arab presence, one…