The Film Corner International Conference (9 & 10 November 2017) at the MIC-Interactive Film Museum and Cinema Oberdan in Milan is part of ‘The Film Corner project – Online and offline activities for film literacy’, promoted by Fondazione Cineteca Italiana and co-financed by the European Commission within the Creative Europe programme. The conference will take place in the context of the Piccolo Grande young audience Cinema Festival. Continue reading “FILM CORNER CONFERENCE IN MILAN”


Electronic exhibition guides are making their presence felt in many museums. But the Deutsches Filmmuseum has dealt with this development in a very special way; for the production of its multimedia guide it has invested three years of its time and obtained the involvement of about 60 children and youngsters. They played a significant role in determining the content of the guide and adapted entries for the display objects they had chosen from the Permanent Exhibition for the main target groups – children, youth and families. Continue reading “DEUTSCHES FILMMUSEUM INTRODUCES MULTIMEDIA GUIDE”


In May the International Film Festival for Children & Young Audience Schlingel travelled to Hanoi with a selection of excellent children’s films. Their main objective: the promotion of German children’s and youth film production abroad. Continue reading “SCHLINGEL GOES HANOI”

New ECFA Member International Short Film Festival Oberhausen Celebrates 40 Years of Children’s Programming

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”