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Il Digital Diary del Friuli Venezia Giulia è un progetto di marketing non convenzionale che presenta la regione attraverso gli occhi di 7 videobloggers internazionali (Germania, Olanda, Irlanda, Stati Uniti, Sud Africa, Canada). Questi giovani videomakers hanno trascorso 7 giorni in Friuli Venezia Giulia effettuando tutta una serie di attività coinvolgenti e originali, alle quali si sono aggiunte quelle originate dalla propria creatività: grazie al loro atteggiamento “friendly” sono molte le persone incontrate durante gli shooting che hanno svolto anche la parte di “attori” spontanei. Il video  è stato presentato venerdì sera 29 Giugno al Visionario di Udine .Il Progetto è stato cofinanziato dall’Unione Europea con il POR FESR 2007- 2013 – attività 3.2.b “Sviluppo servizi informatici avanzati per il sistema turismo”

Non conventional marketing for the Digital Diary of Friuli Venezia Giulia. See the region through the eyes of 7 videobloggers from Germany, Netherlands, Ireland, the States and Canada that spent seven days in the region interacting with the locals and doing all kinds of original activities. The videos are their own subjective view of the Friuli Venezia Giulia and the friends they made along the way, the spontaneous actors and ‘extras’ in the scenes.

Digital Diaries is a growing project that promotes the culture and tourism of Italy. Following the success of the first installment, Basilicata, Digital Diaries #2 is being released this week as a work dedicated to Friuli Venezia Giulia, a beautiful region located in northeastern Italy on the border of Austria and Slovenia.

The goal of the project—bring together seven filmmakers for seven days on a journey to discover everything that could happen within that region. After the immersion, each artist will make a three-minute video of their experience with complete artistic freedom, the only guideline to describe the emotions they have experienced while in touch with Italian history, food, architecture, people, traditions, and landscapes.

Though Friuli Venezia Giulia is a small region, it extends from the Alps to the sea, and Digital Diaries #2 is divided into two parts—the White Edition and the Blue Edition—to reflect this. Created by Mikaela Bandini from Urban Italy, the behind-the-scenes images shot along the journey preview the latest videos, taken on adventures from dog-sleds to private planes and horses, from kite surfing to snow-covered trams, all while visiting the beautiful cities of Trieste, Pordenone, Cimolais, Casso, Gorizia, Erto, Lignano, Grado, Aquileia and more.

The artists involved in Digital Diary #2 represent a motley crew: Mark Hofmeyr Mark Hofmeyr from Cape Town, young Romanian-Canadian Oana Dragan, Seattle-based Matthew Brown (winner of the Digital Diary #1 contest), Dutch filmmaker Caspar Diederik, visual journalist Jonah M. Kessel , German film student Jan Stollberg, and extreme sports reporter George Karellas. We caught up with Mikaela to get the inside scoop about the experience.

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