On Wednesday September 20th, around 100 people were welcomed by organizer Per Eriksson in Stockholm for the ECFA seminar on ‘Screening for children’. The seminar focused on a question pertinent for many people working with children’s film: what to do after the screening, when you start processing the film with the young audience? Continue reading “ECFA SEMINAR REPORT ‘SCREENING FOR CHILDREN’”
In April 2017, ECFA and the KIDS Regio lobby initiative have sent a joined statement to Creative Europe, on the occasion of the programme’s midterm evaluation. This ‘Statement for a special attention to children’s films within the Creative Europe MEDIA Sub-Programme’ aims to emphasize the importance of cinema for a young audience and makes a call on European policy makers, political functionaries, local Media Desks and various voices in the ‘children & media’ debate.
Read the statement here.
Children’s Film First was a year long project which comprises a number of peer-learning activities for film literacy professionals, in order to stimulate audience development.
A project funded by Creative Europe Continue reading “Children’s Film First”
Rights Against INtolerance: Building an Open-minded World
The project connects EU gay and lesbian associations, schools, media professionals promoting the rights of children and young people to their sexual identity and orientation and who fight against homophobia, in order to A) study stereotypes and B) challenge them.