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Pour les parents, les enseignants et les autres parties intéressées, des informations sur le thème de la formation au film seront listée sur cette page (en anglais).
Additionellement, pour tous, on peut trouvé des indications sur des films riches et artistiques aux festivals du film et ailleurs (s.v.p. veiller à la classification par âge).

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Competion 6-15 years

17 November, 14:00 Espocentro

BOUWDORP (La guerra delle torri di legno)
18 November, 09:15 Espocentro

19 November, 09:15 Espocentro

20 November, 09:15 Espocentro

O MENINO E O MUNDO (Il bambino e il mondo)
18 November, 14:00 Espocentro

OORLOGSGEHEIMEN (Segreti di guerra)
20 November, 14:00 Espocentro

ZFF for Children and Adolescents

Quatsch und die Nasenbärbande, Veit Helmer, Germany, 2014, 82”, from 6 years

Doktor Proktors Prompepulver, Arild Fröhlich, Germany/Norway, 2014, 88”, from 6 years

Zipi y Zape y el Club de la Canica, Oskar Santos, Spain, 2013, 106”, ab 8 Jahren

Pojedeme K Mori / Das Meer sehen, Jiri Madl, Czech Republic 2014, 90”, from 12 years (acc. from 10 y.)

Children of the Arctic, Switzerland, 2014, from 12 years

For the young audiences:

What happened?

The Wires / Tatiana Moshkova, Marina Moshkova

RU 2014 6 min. 21 sec.

Dreams & Tears / Yuval Barbash

IL 2013 5 min. 56 sec.

Pass it On / Teresa Cruz

PT 2014 3 min. 16 sec.

The Gallant Captain / Katrina Mathers, Graeme Base

AU 2013 8 min. 8 sec.

Lost and Found / Antje Van Wichelen

BE 2013 9 min. 34 sec.

The Swiss Association for film education plans a competition on the theme "Time" for classes or groups of all levels. From mid-August 2014

On 11 and 12 June 2014, the workshop "FilmEd Learning Experiences" about Film Education in Europe, took place in the "Filmoteca de Catalunya".

Different Spanish and international contributions on the subject of "Film Education" allowed the participants an insight about successful or less successful practices in their countries.


Opening Session
Thursday, June 12

Room Chomón / 10.00-10.30

Plenary Session - Learning and Teaching: Audiovisual Language

Thursday, June 12

Room Chomón / 10.30-11.00

Plenary Session - The place of Cinema in European education

Thursday, June 12

Room Chomón / 11.30-13.00

On 27 and 28 May 2014, the first European Media and Information Literacy Forum was held at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris.

The high number of participants, which was around 300, was the evidence for the importance and relevance of the subject.
The lectures, both from European and non-European representatives, could partially reveal large differences in the presence and implementation of Media Literacy in the respective countries.