Young Offenders’ Demi Isaac Oviawe hosts Virtual Ireland’s Young Filmmaker Awards

first_imgNewsCommunityEntertainmentFilmLifestyleYoung Offenders’ Demi Isaac Oviawe hosts Virtual Ireland’s Young Filmmaker AwardsBy Staff Reporter – May 6, 2020 93 Print Further details are available from www.freshfilmfestival.com. Linkedin Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year Awards 2020 are giving young filmmakers a platform to shine as this year’s awards move online due to the current Covid-19 restrictions with Demi Isaac Oviawe star of RTEs ‘The Young Offenders’ hosting this year’s online awards. Picture: Matt SullivanIRELAND’S Young Filmmaker of the Year Awards 2020 are giving young filmmakers a platform to shine as this year’s awards move online due to the current Covid-19 restrictions with Demi Isaac Oviawe star of RTEs ‘The Young Offenders’ hosting this year’s online awards.Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year Awards 2020 were due to take place at Fresh International Film Festival in Limerick this past March but now because of the Covid-19 outbreak the awards are now taking place online with the Senior Finals taking place on Wednesday, May 13 at 7 pm LIVE on Fresh Film Festival’s YouTube channel and the Junior Finals to follow one week later on at 4 pm on Wednesday, May 20.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Picture: Dermot Culhane.19-year-old Demi is the perfect choice to host this year’s awards as she is very popular and well known by young people all over the country. In 2017, the Irish Examiner named Demi as one of their annual ‘Ones to Watch’ for 2018. Demi is best known for her role as Linda Walsh in the RTÉ/BBC-produced comedy series and also appeared on 2019 series of the Irish edition of Dancing with the Stars.Demi said, “I am honoured to be hosting this year’s awards. Fresh International Film Festival encourages young people to tell their stories through film and the record number of submissions this year shows we have a nation of young storytellers with something to say and the creative means to say it. The future of filmmaking in Ireland is bright.”With the cancellation of events and festivals nationwide due to Covid-19, Jayne Foley, Fresh Film and Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year Awards founder said, “The Fresh team at HQ have devised a virtual solution for this year’s awards as we have an amazing community of young filmmakers and while we can’t bring them together in one room for now, we can bring them together online. In the spirit of Fresh we want our online activities to connect, inspire and support young filmmakers.”Now in its 24th year, Fresh International Film Festival invites young people from Ireland and overseas, aged 7 to 18 years, to create, exhibit and share films. The festival provides an opportunity for these young filmmakers to have their work seen on a cinema screen for the first time and to compete for the title of Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year. All films submitted are also considered for a range of Specialist Awards including the Radharc Trust Award (documentary), the Cartoon Saloon Animation Award, the RTE 60 Second Short Film Award and the RTE Factual Award, in addition to the International and Audience awards.Fresh International Film Festival encourages young people to make films by hosting an annual international film festival for young people, presenting Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year Awards, acting as an advocate for young filmmakers and promoting their work worldwide. Fresh Film runs a number of initiatives throughout the year, including a Hothouse programme designed to bring young people of different ages and diverse backgrounds together to share their film experiences and create new collaborative work, as well as distributing Irish films made by young people to festivals all over the world. WhatsApp Advertisement Facebook Previous articleLimerick’s Live at Docklands 2020 rescheduled for 2021Next articleLimerick retailers showcased with ‘SHOP LIMERICK’ online platform Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Redefined tasks and goals of the Tourist Board of Poreč according to the principle of destination management

first_imgIn July, the highest number of overnight stays was recorded by guests from Germany, which compared to 2019 accounted for 80% of arrivals and 79% of overnight stays, followed by guests from Slovenia with 80% of arrivals and 63% of overnight stays. Guests from Austria accounted for 41% of arrivals and 38% of overnight stays. Guests from the Czech Republic realized 86% of arrivals and 72% of overnight stays, while guests from Italy realized 35% of arrivals and 32% of overnight stays.   After the presentation of the director of the Tourist Board, the members of the Assembly unanimously and without objections accepted the new Statute of the Tourist Board of the City of Poreč. As for the financial situation, the Tourist Board of the City of Poreč is liquid throughout the year and if the tourist season continues in this direction, the community will be able to function until the next tourist season without the need to raise loans. He noted that all costs that do not necessarily need to be deducted and that maximum savings were made wherever possible.   Under the item miscellaneous, the director of the Tourist Board Nenad Velenik presented the realization of tourist traffic in the past period.  Velenik mentioned that 01.06.2020. There were about 500 guests in the destination, while currently the destination has 18.500 guests. “The statistics are improving day by day as seen by the crowds in the city. If this trend continues, 35% to 40% of last year’s tourist traffic could be realized by the end of the tourist season, which is definitely above all forecasts.”Pointed out Velenik. The main novelties in the Statute are that the Tourist Board is established according to the principle of destination management, the tasks and goals of the tourist board are redefined according to the principle of destination management.  On January 1, 2020, the new Law on Tourist Boards and the Promotion of Croatian Tourism entered into force. The law stipulates that existing tourist boards are obliged to harmonize their acts and organization with the provisions of the Act within ten months from the date of entry into force of the Act, which means until 31.10.2020. According to the type of accommodation, in July the largest share of overnight stays was realized in households with an index of 63%. In second place is hotel accommodation with 35% compared to 2019. Camps accounted for 64% of last year’s overnight stays, while non-commercial accommodation accounted for 65%.  In order to ensure a unified approach of tourist boards in the drafting of new statutes, as the basic acts of tourist boards, the Ministry of Tourism submitted a draft statute to tourist boards. The draft statute prepared according to the guidelines of the Ministry of Tourism was determined at the session of the Tourist Council, after which the consent of the Ministry of Tourism was requested. The Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Croatia issued a consent to the proposal of the Statute of the Tourist Board of the City of Poreč on 22.07.2020. years.  The new law prescribes the obligations of local self-government that contribute to the development of tourism, and given that some activities related to the development of tourism cannot be fully transferred to the tourist community, because their implementation simultaneously contributes to the well-being of residents and general economic development. It stipulates that local self-government, within its self-governing scope, must pay special attention to the development of tourism, because it contributes to the well-being of residents and general economic development, stipulates which activities local self-government and the tourist community must work together to continue successful tourism. developed. center_img As a novelty, the possibility of generating income from EU funds as well as other funds is prescribed. It is also stipulated that the costs for salaries of workers employed in the tourist board may not exceed 40% of the total income of the tourist board. According to the type of accommodation, the largest share of overnight stays was realized in hotel accommodation with an index of 19%. In second place is household accommodation with 51% compared to 2019. Camps accounted for 41% of last year’s overnight stays, while non-commercial accommodation accounted for 63%.  According to data from the eVisitor system, in the area of ​​the City of Poreč in the period from 01.01. to 26.07.2020/XNUMX/XNUMX years has been achieved 561.474 nights, which is 32% compared to last year, and 94.418 arrivals or 29% compared to 2019. In the structure of overnight stays, the most realized guests were from Germany with 187.955 overnight stays (42%) and 26.240 arrivals (44%), followed by guests from Slovenia with 89.631 overnight stays (47%) and 15.988 arrivals (42%). In the mentioned period, guests from Austria realized 70.989 overnight stays (22%) and 13.482 arrivals (20%). In fourth place is the domestic market, which records 37.897 overnight stays (44%) and 8.443 arrivals (30%). Guests from the Czech Republic are in fifth place with 29.510 overnight stays (54%) and 4.963 arrivals (57%). In sixth place are guests from Italy with 27.077 overnight stays (23%) and 6.568 arrivals (22%).  On Tuesday, July 28, in the Association of Craftsmen in Poreč, the 7th assembly of the Tourist Board of the City of Poreč was held, at which the new Statute of the Tourist Board of the City of Poreč. The Mayor of the City of Poreč, Loris Peršurić, in the function of the President of the Tourist Board, opened the session of the Assembly, and the new Statute was presented by the director of the community, Nenad Velenik.   Photo: Pixabay.com In July, there were 362.525 overnight stays in the City of Poreč, which is 51% compared to last year, and 54.243 arrivals or 57%.  The bodies of the tourist board are the assembly, the tourist council and the president of the tourist board. The novelty is that the supervisory board is no longer one of the bodies of the tourist community as before. The current powers of the Supervisory Board are taken over by the Assembly. As the oversight function is taken over by the assembly, its powers have been strengthened. Another novelty is that the Tourist Board elects the director for a period of four years in order to ensure continuity in the execution of professional tasks as well as to achieve a greater degree of responsibility in performing the function of director and to professionalize the function of director.  Photo: Poreč Port Authoritylast_img read more