Youths to be interviewed on The Zone

Video interviews of youths talking about their careers, talents, social life and fashion are being featured in a new youth section The Zone on Tomorrow, two new interviews will be uploaded on the following youths.

Tamara Burr has assisted in the preparation of Brad Pitt’s make-up.

She has worked for world-famous professional cosmetics brands and has gained loads of experience as a make-up artist and an assistant for events, shows, blockbuster films, and high-profile personalities.

What is it like to work as a professional make-up artist? Where do you begin? Where can you take a course and specialise in this profession? How do you build your own career as a make-up artist in a small market environment? Watch Burr’s interview tomorrow on The Zone and see how she did it.

There are many reasons to argue that rugby isn’t for girls. The sport is rough, it’s predominantly men-oriented, and, being in Malta – as the story goes – you can’t really hope for a career in rugby.

Nevertheless, there are a lot more reasons to argue why rugby can be a great sport choice for women: Tina Camilleri, Nam Zammit and Marion Pullicino make a convincing case of it.

Watch their interview tomorrow andhear what these three young women have to say about why they chose rugby over any other sport.

Be heard and share your own experiences with others. Tell them about your career choice, what it takes to get where you are, the ups and downs you experience, and offer advice to those who are still uncertain about what they want to do in the future.

To be interviewed for The Zone, send an e-mail with a brief description of your career, talent, or a social issue you would like to discuss.

Alternatively, you can send your own video. Send a low-resolution version of your file to [email protected].


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