EWFF: week 3

After the thrills and sparks of the last week, this one went calmly and undisturbed by deadlines or tasks, making this post seem almost pointless.

I had nothing to write, not that I complain, but I was starting to find “my rhythm” and now I’ll have to do it all over again. I had time to get used with the Social Media platforms, how they work, the calendar, with the tone and style of the posts, in this short break from Communications, which was more than welcome, as I already have a slow start in the new team. I had time to watch a few more Asian films, mostly for pleasure… but for research purposes as well (or so I like to say). Except for Akira Kurosawa, I had almost no knowledge about Asian cinema, but now that I am a part of an Asian film festival, this has to change, and it has to change fast.

Another thing going on, was the Magazine Show, for which all the teams have to contribute. We have been confronted with a few issues regarding the magazine show, but things seemed to go well until Friday. Due to some health problems, our manager could not do the interview for the magazine show… so, unfortunately, I had to step in. I would pretty much do anything to avoid cameras, public speaking, and speaking in front of a camera… but as I was already there and the interview had to be done… I talked about what we have been doing so far, the articles we have written, about the team members and our duties, I laughed a bit, felt awkward for a few minutes and it was done. I guess it could have been worse.

Proof here:

 – not exactly the best photo in my portfolio, but we all have those days

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