Were you there on Saturday February 22nd? Here’s some pictures of the ECFA AGM and the ECFA Award Celebration evening.
The ECFA Award for Best European Children’s Film 2020 has been won by BINTI by director Frederike Migom (Belgium). This film tells the story of a young girl who claims her right to live a normal life and dream her own dreams, even if she doesn’t have the legal documents to prove that she really exists. Other ECFA Awards went to BLOEISTRAAT 11 (Best Short) and HOW BIG IS THE GALAXY? (Best Documentary). Continue reading “ECFA Awards 2020 handed out”
BUFF Malmö Film Festival kindly invites you to the BUFF Industry Days on 25th-26th March 2020 and to the “Reaching the young Audience” conference, organised in collaboration with ECFA.
Continue reading “Reaching the Young Audience at BUFF”
Kids Kino Lab, previously named Kids Film.Pro, is an international development programme for young audience film projects and TV series. It is dedicated to script writers and producers who are interested in developing their project from a concept to a highly advanced script stage with initial production assumptions. This is Kids Kino Lab’s 4th edition and the first one that goes international.
Continue reading “Kids Kino Lab 2019/20 Took Off”
Dutch filmmaker and 360° inspiring documentary personality Mirjam Marks found a new project to get to grips with. Inspired by the United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of the Child’s 30th anniversary, she focuses her work on an issue affecting children worldwide: climate change.
Continue reading “Climate Clips made by Children worldwide”
ECFA is looking forward to welcoming all its members at the Annual General Meeting in Berlin on 22nd February.
Continue reading “ECFA members: Cast your votes and save the date”
The Olympia Festival in Pyrgos (Greece) was the last festival to add new titles to the ECFA Awards nominations shortlists. Three titles to be precise, chosen by two ECFA juries.
Continue reading “Olympia comes with 3 ECFA Award nominations”
The Montreal festival FIFEM will co-host an industry event, addressing professionals with a direct statement as the title of a conference: “Children’s film, driving force behind the European industry. Why not in Quebec?”
Continue reading “FIFEM asks : Why not in Quebec?”