финал проекта Grant’s True Tales на телеканале «Дождь»
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Финал проекта Grant’s True Tales на телеканале «Дождь»

Июнь 19, 2012

23 июня в 20.00 по московскому времени на телеканале «Дождь»  будет трансляция репортажа о финале Grant’s True Tales.

 В студии телеканала «Дождь» состоялся грандиозный финал международного проекта True Tales, инициированного брендом шотландского купажированного виски Grant’s. Гости проголосовали за лучшего рассказчика России — им стал Антон Макарчук (Санкт-Петербург) с историей под названием «Луноход».

В этот вечер на «Дожде» встретились полуфиналисты из Москвы, Санкт-Петербурга, Краснодар, Екатеринбурга, Новосибирска, Нижнего Новогорода, чтобы рассказать свою жизненную историю и завоевать сердца зрителей. Вне конкурсной программы к участниками присоединились Ингеборга Дапкунайте и Леонид Парфенов.

Поддержать участников пришли звезды отечественного кино и телевидения, известные ведущие, дизайнеры и светские персоны: Константин Андрикопулос (Bosco di Ciliegi), дизайнеры Константин Гайдай, Дмитрий Логинов, Андрей Бартеньев и Юлия Далакян, главный редактор GQ Михаил Идов, виски-эксперт Эркин Тузмухамедов, актриса Екатерина Вуличенко, телеведущие Аврора и Татьяна Геворкян, fashion-деятель Армен Ерицян.

Шесть городов, шесть непохожих рассказов, шесть совершенно разных участников в этот день стали единым целым. Маститые теле-звезды не уступали в искренности финалистам «из народа», а рассказчики из всех уголков России вовсю блистали неподдельными яркими эмоциями, гордясь и волнуясь от того, что делят сцену с профессионалами такого класса. Герои перформанса рассказали о своих переживаниях, жизненном опыте, сложном выборе и, решениях, которые изменили всю жизнь – именно эти темы легли в основу конкурса.

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После спектакля гостям вечера было предложено выбрать лучшего рассказчика. По итогам голосования победила искренне рассказанная история Антона Макарчука из Санкт-Петербурга о детской мечте, которая сбылась лишь в 30 лет. Именно он стал победителем российского финала Grant’s True Tales.  Теперь, финалиста ждет главный приз — поездка в Эдинбург на международный финал True Tales, где встретятся рассказчики со всего мира, чтобы поведать свои непридуманные истории.

По словам Brand Ambassador виски Grant’s в России Валентины Наумовой, «семейная компания William Grant & Sons всегда черпала вдохновение в верности традициям и опыту. Членам семьи, вот уже пять поколений производящей виски, есть что рассказать и про невзгоды, и про успех, и про верность принципам. Именно поэтому проект, вдохновленный искренностью семьи Грантов, нашел отклик в сердцах стольких рассказчиков. Надеемся, что в этом году еще больше людей смогут услышать друг друга, приняв участие в Grant’s True Tales».

По мнению авторов концепции, в наши дни в людях назрела потребность делиться накопленным опытом, гордиться им или иногда сожалеть. Искренне рассказанная история создает атмосферу близости, сопереживания, уникальной связи между рассказчиком и слушателями. Grant’s True Tales – это истории, близкие и понятные многим и вместе с тем способные раскрыть новые грани знакомой всем действительности, заставить задуматься и переосмыслить свой опыт. 

Грандиозное путешествие Grant’s True Tales по городам России подошло к концу. Финальным аккордом стало выступление на телеканале «Дождь» шести победителей отборочных этапов проекта и звездных гостей: Ингеборги Дапкунайте и Леонида Парфенова.

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    This Must See Monday was one of the most insightful productions that has been put on in the Cronkite building and helped me to decide how I should handle difficult situations while out on the job. Victor Merina from Reznet and Ina Jaffe from NPR West in L.A. gave us some their experiences and allowed us to make our own ethical decisions on the situations.Jaffe let us in on one of her traumatic stories that she had to cover of a school shooting. After a school shooting in California, which killed some students at the school, Jaffe was sent to cover the story as the school was re-opening the day after the shooting. She watched as bullet holes were patched up in the walls of the school and was told by her editor to not speak to students of the tragedy. Jaffe told all of us in the room “when you walk into these situations, don’t make it worse.”Merina was assigned to cover the profiles of 54 people who were killed during the L.A. Riots after the Rodney King verdict. He told us of the funerals he attended and how to gain access into the lives of the families without offending them. One of the funerals he went to was an Asian family’s Buddhist ceremony for their recently deceased son. Merina said it was a very unique experience and he made it very comfortable for the family and didn’t make it feel like an intrusion into their private lives.This was a very important Must See Monday to attend and it gave me a lot of pointers that I will keep with me forever on how to handle these sorts of ethical decisions. I also learned that I should not become overly absorbed in these types of stories that I may do in the future.

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    Eric Newton really delved inside of the minds of the future journalists in the room, including myself. Early on in his talk and near the end as well, he told us how the new digital age as well as the future upcoming generations of journalism and technology is unknown; no one knows how exactly it will come out. The idea of singularity brings this up and how it consists of predictions that the future is always radically different. From there is showed us the past generations and what medium was the main use during that time. I enjoyed the gradual evolution he showed us, especially how he compared them to many futuristic movies that have been made somewhat recently. Then his visionary, hybrid, courageous and enlightened generations made people start thinking. Although most of us wouldn’t be alive for all of these generations, he showed us the potential of journalism and technology. He displayed to us, using these examples, that journalists have a big influence in the world and it is definitely going change people’s lives in the future.

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