Young festival goers will get to enjoy a huge array of screenings and events as part of the LuxFilmFest 2019 (7th – 17th March) in the city of Luxembourg. Continue reading “LuxFilmFest builds out Young Audience Programme”
For the first time an ECFA Award was presented at the Smile Int. Film Festival in Delhi. Continue reading “First ECFA Award at Delhi’s Smile Festival”
Animated Learning Lab (ALL), the educational department at The Animation Workshop/VIA University College in Viborg, Denmark, signed up as a new and dedicated member of ECFA. Continue reading “Animated Learning Lab becomes new ECFA member”
The online publication Panoptikum dedicated a special issue to the subject of ‘Film education in Poland’. Continue reading “All you ever wanted to know about Polish media education”
The International Kids Film Festival (IKFF) was conceptualised and first organised in 2017 as a way of introducing children to good quality cinema from around the world in a place where they should feel comfortable – their school! Continue reading “The International Kids Film Festival – New ECFA member from India”
ECFA picks up an old habit, as interviews from now on will be published again on the ECFA website. Read again online about your favourite young audience films in interviews with directors, actors etc. that were published in the ECFA Journal.
Please note that these interviews are freely at the disposal of ECFA members who want to publish them, when mentioning ECFA in the credits.
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Both at the Oulu Int. Children’s Film Festival (Finland) and the AleKino Festival (Poznan, Poland) the ECFA Award went to the Danish film I AM WILLIAM by Jonas Elmer. Continue reading “I AM WILLIAM triumphs at two ECFA festivals”
The Toronto Kids Int. Film Festival TIFF recently announced a reimagining of its family programming. The longstanding annual TIFF will be retired and digiPlaySpace, the interactive playground for kids, will be rebranded for a 14+ audience. Continue reading “TIFF Kids – a festival retires”