NISIMAZINE is a daily festival magazine, created in the framework of a series of film journalism workshops designed for young film critics taking place during international film festivals.
An independent publication distributed to festival audiences and available also online for cinema enthusiasts and film professionals all over the world, it contains film reviews, reports from festival events and interviews and portraits of cinema personalities – with of course a particular focus on young talents. We also make online video blogs to compliment the magazines.
Each 8-10 day workshop is organised independently, often in partnership with the film festival concerned and with the help of local volunteers. Young participants (aged 18-30) are invited to attend the festival, where they form an editorial team responsible for creating NISIMAZINE : from watching films, writing articles and making interviews, to taking photographs, working on the layout and distribution to festival audiences.
We offer real, practical experience in film journalism for young film critics, guided by a team of core organisational and editorial staff. Welcoming participants of different nationalities to collaborate on a common project, the workshops have a strong intercultural dimension.