Factory International talk Youth Creativity Scheme ‘ Reframe ‘ & Apple Collaboration! Interview w/ Adele Tondu
Factory International is launching its new scheme ‘ Reframe ‘, to help support young black creators in their search
for a career in the media industry.
The scheme, which runs for a 14 day period, aims to expand the local youth’s creativity boundaries
and networking. The scheme also sees a collaboration with Apple after the technology company decided
to launch its “Racial equity and justice initiative”.
The collaboration will see with Apple providing free accessible technology knowledge and discovering ways
in which this can be used for this age of figital media and quick content creation.
‘Reframe’ is organised entierely within Manchester, and the organisers want to highlight their desire to
mantain a heavy focus on Manchester based and Manchester home grown grown talent.
Sameed Rezayan, Head of Creative Learning at Manchester International Festival (The Factory), said:
“Together with with Apple and the partners: We can help young creatives really focus on the
interdisciplinary nature of photography? Then fuse that with music and have the opportunity to
showcase all of the work that they’ve produced.”
Sameed talks further into ‘Reframe’ and what it could represent for upcoming talent, and the best advice
for those who are seeking to get into the media industry.
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