For several years now, during Docudays UA, we open up an unusual space DOC/SADOC!
For children between the ages of 6 and 14, it’s a great opportunity to dive into the atmosphere of this year’s festival – Teen Spirit. During six days, the participants will join workshops, quests, and discussions, and explore the issue of children's rights – what rights do they have, and which rights they still need to fight for. What is the link between desires, rights, and responsibilities? How to defend your right to something important. Together, we’ll analyze whether we always can exercise our existing rights? Are our world and city accessible and safe for everyone?
Together with the architects we will create a layout of a comfortable city and learn how to communicate in sign language with the help Vidchui project team, as well as try to read books written in braille.
Traditionally, 10-to-14-year-old children will be working on documentary film Kids’ Film together with a team of young documentary filmmakers. This time we are also launching a short clay animation class Kids’ Animation in collaboration with Ridni animation to teach kids new ways of expressing their views and thoughts.
Children aged 3 to 6 will be taken care of by teachers from the Mudrahelyk Children’s Center.
Although there's going to be a lot of noise and emotions, parents of the smallest children will be able to find a cozy place for relaxation or nursing break. The space is equipped with a kitchenette to warm up food and a changing table.
DOC/SADOC will be open every day between March 21 and March 26 from 3 to 9 pm and is located on 25 Mezhyhirska str. at Vali Kotyka Children's Library, an inclusive space comfortable for everyone eager to join.
The full workshop schedule, as well as registration forms for the #MyFilmAbout and #MyAnimationAbout classes, will soon be published in the DOC/SADOC category at our website and on social media.
See you at the festival!