On 20 September ECFA invites you to Stockholms Filmhuset for a conference about ‘Screening for Children’.
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Besides a leading European festival in its genre, setting standards for all other festivals in the short film field, the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen was also one of the first to give shorts for children a rightful place in its programme. Continue reading “New ECFA Member International Short Film Festival Oberhausen Celebrates 40 Years of Children’s Programming”
After a 3 years search for a safe haven, the China International Children’s Film Festival (CICFF) finally found shelter. Continue reading “China International Children’s Film Festival Finds Lodging”
The Children’s Film Academy (childrenfilmacademy.hu) is a Budapest based institution dealing with production, education and distribution of children’s film. ‘Gyufa’ was founded by Hungarian film director Nóra Lakos in 2013, gathering a team of young filmmakers working in the framework of the Academy on various tasks:
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Julia Fleißig is taking over the festival management at the LUCAS International Festival for Young Film Lovers, that will celebrate its 40th edition from 1 – 7 October 2017. Continue reading “Julia Fleißig: new director at LUCAS”