18 Apr. 2012 in News
The New Production of the youngsters of ViVo
We are coming closer and closer to the end of the Video Volunteers project but beautiful surprises are always coming…
The new production of the Man-in-Black label video group from Slovakia embodies what this project is all about! Video activism at it’s best, presenting a personal story in a touching way and portraying a message that is as universal as it can only be.
We would like to present a small text written by the partner organization in Slovakia, Milan Simecka Foundation, describing the background of the video:
“The ViVo group from Moldava and Bodvou, Slovakia, called the “Man-in-Black-label”, is back with a video full of emotions.
This time they depict the life and feelings of a character that grew up in bad living conditions. The topic is very close to their own experience as part of the team is living in a Roma settlement.
The Man-in-Black team wants by their new video to send a message to the world that, even when living in very bad conditions, we cannot give up. We are not alone and maybe someone else has a harder life. Don’t give up!”
We can only give a standing ovation for young productions like this!
You can watch “I’m trying to stay alive” along with the previous works of Man-in-Black-label work, “Gagnsters of ViVo” and “Moldava” on ViVo’s I’Mpossible channel!
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