Facilitates video storytelling for change


Are you a professional in communication, media, education, project management, monitoring & evaluation or an organisation who wants to:

  • Make results visible through storytelling
  • Improve cooperation amongst partners and team members
  • Accelarate change

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Then I would like to assist you:

  • To create and tell visual stories by video, that add value and make a significant difference in vizualising results and accelerating change;
  • To do teambuilding by jointly creating video stories;
  • To get stakeholders out of their comfort zones by building new connections, that help them to tell stories that need to be known by wider audiences;
  • To obtain basic skills in translating stories into a video using low-cost based equipment and easy-to-use editing software;
  • To storify an event on video;
  • To make visual storytelling by video part of your communication and monitoring & evaluation strategy.


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Making films at Kino Budapest

From 19 – 28 April, 2018 I participated at Kino Budapest. There I directed the production of the film ‘Cat Hunting’.  The story deals about an Animal lobbyist/ activist who turns into an animal criminal, when a cat slips unexpectedly into his house,  just before he goes to the airport.   

I also was Director of Photography and Camera man for the film ‘Lobster’ (a crime story about the last living lobster in Budapest)  and ‘Joint Smoking’,  a story about a civil servant who struggles his way through on how to smoke a joint in the first time of his life.     See some impressions of my work at the photo below;

Kino Budapest is part of Kino Kabaret, a movement which promotes the production of short films with low budgets.

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Following the dates of the forth coming trainings and initiatives

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Stories have impact!

Student drop out rates declined, teachers behaviour became more disciplined, students became more responsible and student rates increased dramatically at the Debre Work Junior School, Ethiopia, due to the social accountability process. Because this story was recorded and told through a participatory video making process and presented at a stakeholder dialogue meeting, the dialogue that followed made the government to decide to avail substantial budgets and support for other schools in the region to implement the social accountability process.