O MIA – Media In Action was one of two approved for financing by the European Commission, in scope of call for proposals “Media Literacy For All” Pilot Project.
Among the diversity of dissonant discourses now conveyed by the media, it is common to read or hear about how the condition of women has made considerable progress, both inside and outside the private sphere, at the same time as the media imaginary populates the public space images that sexually intensify women.
When speaking about the cities of the future, one assumes recognizing the challenges that the urban space already present.
Film and media schools in Europe represent a unique heritage of skills and competences. For decades these schools have educated professionals for a very complex market underpinned by high levels of entrepreneurship and technical innovation.