Belgian ECFA member Loupiote was recently invited to the 3rd “Very Short Film Festival” in Marrakech, Morocco, not only to present a short film and to be on the jury, but also to do a workshop with Moroccan school children. Continue reading “Loupiote goes Marrakech”
ECFA has presented their annual ECFA Awards for Best European Children’s Film, Best European Doc Award and Best European Short Award at the European Children’s Film Community Party during the Berlinale on 9 February, 2019.
During the ECFA Award ceremony in Berlin, producers of all three award winning films were present and addressed the crowd with words of appreciation… Continue reading “Receiving ECFA Awards with pride”
On 5th May children from 55 cities (record-breaking!) in 34 countries will watch together three nominated films and vote the award winning title. The European Film Academy (EFA) proudly congratulates the three nominees for the EFA Young Audience Award 2019. Continue reading “EFA Young Audience Award: 3 nominations, 55 cities”
In December 2018, Athens saw its very first international festival showcasing quality fiction and documentary films for children. Now they have announced a national screenwriting competition for children’s content. Continue reading “Athens Int. Children’s Film Festival announces Screenwriters’ Competition”
In the ECFA AGM “open mic” session, Florine Wiebenga (Eye, Amsterdam) gave an inspiring presentation on the Cinemini project. Now Cinemini asks for your help to complete their impressive task. Continue reading “Cinemini in search for (your) information”
When In The Air was launched in 2011, they were the first film distributor in the Netherlands dedicated exclusively to Dutch quality family films. Our mantra from day one: focus! All our projects get the full attention they deserve. In The Air distributes its titles both in cinemas and on Home Entertainment. Continue reading “New ECFA member : In The Air (The Netherlands)”
As discreet as the brothers Yves and Olivier Ringer are, the more esteem their films gained in the international children’s film scene. Continue reading “FIFEM (Montréal) honours Ringer Brothers”