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Winners announced

Within the framework of the National EYD 2015 programme in Cyprus, in spring 2015 a challenging call for a competition was put out to all lyceums both public and private asking for teams of five students to produce a short film concerning one of the thematic months under EYD2015. Submitted films covered a wide range of themes related to the idea of international development and included particularly EYD themes such as Health, Women and Girls, Sustainable Development, Human Rights, Sustainable Growth, Decent Jobs and Businesses, Education. The winning team was from Lyceum of Giannakis Taliotis, Geroskipou in Paphos with their film 'MyTomorrow'. The winning team received a three night/four day educational trips to Brussels. The team consisted of 5 students, Christofi Evlampia, Tsangara Lamprini, Christiana Faye Constandinou, Zavros Savvas, Stylianou Loukas and their teacher Theodorou Franginos. During their stay in Brussels, they visited Cypriot MEPs, Permanent Representation of the Republic of Cyprus to the EU in Brussels, European Commission, European Parliament and European Council. CYINDEP, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Education and Culture would like to thank all of the lyceums in Cyprus that submitted a film for this competition. We would also like to thank Mr. Marios Stylianou and his teams from MS Viewpoint for his expertise and collaboration during this competition. Great thanks we owe to the amazing staff of Permanent Representation of the Republic Cyprus to the EU in Brussels for their contribution in arranging this field visit. The school team was announced winners on 16th of October in Nicosia, Cyprus, during the inauguration of the EYD Cyprus Documentaries series 'Screening the World''.


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Documentary Youth Competition Results