They are here!! Cyprus Film Days!

Friday April 24/15
Video Blog

As the Film Festival winds down for 2015 our Mediazone Lab assistants, volunteers and students are more than happy to present the last installment of our video blog. The films presented moved us to tears, to joy and made us think about ourselves and the world we live in. This  is the culture, the glue that keeps our society together. We need these outlets, these venues these events more now than ever before. We thank Cyprus Film Days for inviting us onto this journey, and we thank all of those that attended and decided to travel with us.

Polymnia Tsinti – Mediazone Lab Asssistant – Camera operator & Editing

Agathi Klonari – Mediazone Lab Asssistant – Reporting
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Junior Achievement Cyprus 2014 – Bi-Communal Innovation Camp

On Friday October 24th, Mediazone was there to cover the JAYE 2014 – Bi -Communal Innovation Camp

5 location, 3 cameras, 8 assistants and staff members, 6 volunteers, and a whole lot of fun!!!

Enjoy the behind the scenes, look at the students that participated and stay tuned for the official video coming soon!

The International Short film Festival of Cyprus – in University of Nicosia Cinestudio!

The Communications Department of the University of Nicosia celebrated film making in Cyprus on Wednesday the 2nd of April at 7:00 p.m, in Cine Studio in association with the International Short Film Festival of Cyprus (ISFFC) and the Friends of Cinema Society.

This incredible collaboration brought to us the chance to screen all of the short films from Cyprus, originally screened at the festival in Limassol. This opportunity brought out almost 250 film goers, directors, producers and many others!

We hope this becomes a yearly event bringing everyone in touch with Cypriot cinema and our University! Continue reading


Mediazone & the University of Nicosia encourage all of our students, staff and faculty to participate. With so many talented individuals under one roof, we can’t wait to see what you come up with!

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Radiocracy: local radio & democracy

On the 23rd of July I had the chance to visit Northampton (England) to participate in a European youth exchange project named ‘Radiocracy’. This project was aimed at developing radio skills and content from local governments and train young people on how to produce and spread radio content in their localities. The goal of this attempt was to improve youth awareness on how different democratic systems work. The teams consisted of five participants from Cyprus, England and France.

Each group had a ‘leader’ with experience and involvement in radio. The members of my team (Cyprus) were Andreas Rocopos, Evie Hartsioti, Antonia Filippou, Christiana Palaonta and our leader Dr. Mike Hadjimichael. The first part of the project started in France, then continued in Cyprus and finished in England. I only had the chance to participate to the trip in England. On their staying in Cyprus members from the three groups decided to create a song, in French and English language with the help of Med Dred. Continue reading