Sweden after #metoo – BUFF Film Festival takes on important role

For the Int. BUFF Festival for Young Cinema in Malmö, Sweden (March 19-24th), broadening the film range for a young audience has always been the aim. “Diversity is important. The program contains films for all ages, accommodates many themes and has a balanced gender distribution in front of and behind the camera,” says Daniel Lundquist, Head of Programming and Media Literacy. Continue reading “Sweden after #metoo – BUFF Film Festival takes on important role”


FLICK (Film Literacy InCubator Klub) is a new film education project, developed by Fondazione Cineteca di Bologna, Cinémathèque Royale de Belgique, Deutsches Filminstitut, EYE Filmmuseum, Les enfants de cinema and ACE-Association of European Cinémathèques. The aim of FLICK is to build a platform (Klub) where different types of stakeholders involved in film education and audience development can work jointly, in order to increase the awareness of the importance of film education in the digital era, and study options to link European film heritage to education. Continue reading “FLICK”