- an interpreter is required when the family is neither French-speaking nor English-speaking. With the aim of reducing the cost of this service, we appeal to a student who speaks French or English.
- a single person realizes video recordings (shots, sound recordings) and interacts with the family
- it is the life of the child in what it has of more ordinary which is filmed
- several themes are recurring in all the movies of Like You – Kom Toi project
- access to drinking water
- access to food, meal preparation, garbage disposal
- access to education
- access to health (very difficult to implement)
- dreams of a desirable future made by the child
- The filmed moments are only done with the explicit consent of the family. The intimate moments of the family are very rarely filmed.
- the person in charge of shooting (and possibly the interpreter) lives with the family or nearby
- the used video equipment is space saving: light handgrip, small-sized tripod, battery powered lighting, NO trailing cables everywhere
- the stay lasts from 6 to 10 days.
- It follows the several weeks stay spent by the reporter in the same country. It allows him to deeply immerse with the filmed region.
Once the video produced:
This organization allows to produce a 20 minutes video which shows a day’s life of the child from sunrise to bedtime, with key moments ( meals preparation, school work, games, relationship with a characteristic animal of the region ( or area)…)
The video is presented elsewhere in other schools wishing it and then allows exchanges between other children and families.
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