The British organization 'Film Education', well-respected player in the field of media education, organizer of the successful National Schools Film Week event and loyal member of ECFA, has stopped its activities due to various new circumstances on the national market.
(17.05.2013) Former head of Film Education Nick Walker states: "It was a sad day when Film Education closed its doors for the last time as it also signaled the end of the great Festival 'National Schools Film Week' - I was proud to be the director of the Festival for 12 editions. Since 2002 the attendance at Film Week has risen from 72,000 to 541,000, with over 3 million students attending events since my inaugural year as director."
ECFA wants to show its appreciation for all the work done by Film Education and is sincerely concerned about this situation. We wish all the people at Film Education the very best for the near future.
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