Audiovisual Communication students take part in ‘MeetingDoc- Psoriasis’
The aim of the programme MeetingDoc – Psoriasis is to generate and disseminate audiovisual content relating to the world of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis in documentary form through contact between students/artists and patients.
The main goal is to raise awareness of the factors surrounding this disease and lend a voice to those whose daily lives are affected by psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis; all from the free and creative documentary-film perspective of its creators.
The project forms part of the 4th-year class “Documentary”, in turn part of the Faculty of Communication Sciences’ Degree in Audiovisual Communication at UIC Barcelona and taught by Dr Ricard Mamblona. This class will also include an information session on psoriasis led by Celia Marín Rancel, President of the Spanish psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis patients’ association Psoriasis en Red and member of the Board of Directors at EUROPSO, the European Federation of Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis Patients’ Associations.
, or used for information and scientific purposes by the Festival, Psoriasis en Red and EUROPSO on their websites or during any communication activities these institutions organise regarding the illness in question.
The project has been possible thanks to cooperation from the Faculty of Communication Sciences at Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, the Art and Illnesses Chair from the Faculty of Fine Arts at Universitat Politècnica de València, Psoriasis en Red, DocMe Films and the International Festival of Short Films and Art about Diseases (FICAE).