The Journal – April 21, 2022

We open with student hosts Michael Giannaris and Valeria Kleshchenko, and Michael is exhausted. He’s even fallen asleep on the set.

When Valeria kicks him awake, Michael shares that this semester has been incredibly stressful, hence why he is so tired.

Valeria takes it upon herself to show Michael and the audience five documentaries to try to help him destress and relax, and even brings in a singer to calm us all down with her beautiful voice.


THE JOURNAL CREDITS

Senior Show Producer:
– Hayley Manship

Director:
– Darina Kucheruk

Writer:
– Kyle Alfred Hornilla

Packaging Producer:
– Michael Giannaris

Social Media Producer:
– Jess Carriero

Hosts:
– Valeria Kleshchenko
– Michael Giannaris

Technical Director:
– Nick Morsillo

Graphics:
– Hedy Laets

Lighting:
– Panayiota Markou
– Jess Carreiro

Audio:
– Chintan Parmar

Prompter:
– Joseph Pourmohammadi

Floor Manager:
– Hayley Manship

Cameras:
– Ashley Marciano
– Jess Carriero
– Alejandro Ruiz Birke

Music:
– The Way of Kindness performed by Marina Gaineeva
– Onion Lofi ManzRzi Music

Journal Opening & Graphics:
– Directed and Produced by Calvin Johnson, Sammy Wengle, Jaiden Maghirang, Michael Giannaris

Executive Producer:
– Jeannette Loakman


STORIES

“Pepe’s New Look”

– Directed & produced: Michael Giannaris & Robin Chocayag
– Starring: Everton Ducrey (Pepe)
– Music: Heaven’s Angel by Dubplate Disco, Wake Up Everybody by Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes; Breezin’ by George Benson


“MS Isabel”

– Directed and produced: Jess Carreiro
– Starring: Isabel Marchetti


“The Painting”

– Directed and produced: Michael Giannaris
– Starring: Alexia, Chrisoula and Tom Giannaris


“Dear Dax”

– Directed and produced: Hayley Manship
– Starring: Georgia Ruggles & Dax
– Music: Slow Motion, Better Days, A New Beginning by Bensound


“A Walk Together”

– Collaborative Work by Centennial College and University of Portsmouth
– Music: Scanglobe by Drive


The Journal is a show that airs annually, where broadcasting students from generation to generation are able to showcase a compilation of their best documentary films. With each year brings a new set of talented students, who share the same creative desire to become masters in the art of filmmaking.

The Journal is 30 minutes of live television, written, produced and performed solely by students in their fourth semester of Centennial College’s Broadcasting program which covers Film, Television, Radio & Digital Media. Students are placed in a real TV studio, equipped with state-of-the-art cameras and high-performance lighting. The show occurs in real time, as students intensely prepare for the big day to simulate Live Television and experience troubleshooting during high-pressure situations.