Wapikoni Mobile and the NFB Celebrate 10 Years of Mobile Studios
MONTREAL, May 12, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ -Wapikoni Mobile invites media representatives to a press conference to be held on May 14 at 10:30 AM at the National Film Board to celebrate 10 years of Wapikoni's audiovisual training in Aboriginal communities and inaugurate its latest travelling studios.
Ten years after the beginning of the first travelling studio at the NFB, Wapikoni celebrates a new cycle in the presence of those who, from the beginning, have accompanied and supported its mission. This will be one of the few opportunities made available to visit the mobile studios, unique to Wapikoni Mobile, prior to their departure en route to Manawan, an atikamekw community, that very same day, as well as meet the large Wapikoni family all in one spot.
The individual interview period is scheduled as of 11:30 AM.
- 10:30: Visit of the new recreational vehicle and mobile studios
- 11:00: Speeches
- 11:30: Departure of mobile studios to Manawan and beginning of individual interviews
Manon Barbeau, Co-Founder and Director General of Wapikoni
Deborah Drisdell, Director General of the NFB
Samian, Songwriter & Composer, Wapikoni Spokesperson
Kevin Papatie, Director
3155, chemin Côte-de-Liesse
or: entrance for journalists with equipment on Houde Street
Wednesday, May 14 at 10:30 AM
SOURCE: Wapikoni mobile
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