About the project European Film Club aims to be a film platform and film club network across the continent for young people to come together to watch and discuss European films and make their own. Co-created by young people, the European Film Club will feature a curated and diverse catalogue of films chosen by young people and boost the love of European film for the next generation. Get the feel of the idea: https://vimeo.com/644287695 Responsibilities: We are looking for a creative individual with a background in media, art, communication, photography, videography and/or technology. You will be responsible for assembling recorded film
In Ukraine, citizens, journalists and representatives of non-governmental organizations can upload images and videos to the Eyewitness to Atrocities app. First, the eyeWitness to Atrocities mobile camera app allows documenters on the ground to capture photos and video that are embedded with metadata at the moment the footage was captured. This information helps to verify where and when the footage was taken and whether or not it was altered. Second, when an app user sends footage to the eyeWitness server, eyeWitness creates a record of who has had access to the information captured, or a trusted chain of custody. LexisNexis
Date and time: Mon, April 11, 2022, 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM CEST Location: Festsaal Kreuzberg, Am Flutgraben 2, 12435 Berlin This event is not for profit and our goal is to support any tech professionals who want to start a new chapter in Berlin – refugees from Ukraine, and in general everyone. Come along and meet companies who are searching for talent just like you. We welcome English/German-speaking professionals from the following areas (but not limited to): Frontend, Backend, DevOps & Infrastructure Engineers QA, Support, Account Managers Product and Project Managers Data Scientists and Data Engineers Marketing, Sales Engineers,
This LinkedIn group was created with the backing of broadcast vendors and integrators. The members of the group post job openings and offers, as well as information about local help/shelters/transport – and any such that you believe could help our Ukrainian colleagues. Of course, if there is any useful information on necessities the group could provide for our Broadcasters colleagues currently remaining in Ukraine, this will be welcomed too! Read more about the initiative.