From 29 September – 2 October, the Kids Kino Industry Forum for films and TV series for young audiences took place online, coordinated from Warsaw. Kids Kino Industry is an international forum devoted to the co-production of films and TV series for young audiences.
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This year’s 62nd edition of the Nordic Film Days Lübeck will be a hybrid of live screenings in the festival cinemas and online streaming, for the first time since the festival was launched in 1956, with great input from young people!
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MARONA wins the ECFA Award at the LUCAS Int’l Festival in Frankfurt, Germany.
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Between 22 October and 5 November, Piccolo Grande Cinema (Cineteca Milano) will host the final Film Corner conference, the international project that involves institutions from six European countries and foresees the creation of an interactive platform for film education.
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The CEE Animation Forum, the leading pitching, financing and co-production event focusing on the animation industry in Central and East Europe was held online from 6 to 8 October 2020.
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Submissions for the EFA Young Audience Award are open now, with a deadline for 15 December 2020.
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From August 1st, the KiKA KINO festival is bringing a diverse special film programme for the whole family to German home screens. The children’s channel of German public broadcasters ARD and ZDF, in cooperation with LUCAS – Int‘l Festival for Young Film Lovers and other partners, is presenting award-winning films from renowned German children’s film festivals on television throughout the whole month, including the LUCAS films FELIX (Roberta Durrant), ECFA Award winner 2014 SCRAPWOOD WAR (Margien Rogaar) and SHANA – THE WOLF‘S MUSIC (Nino Jacusso). Continue reading “LUCAS films at Germany‘s KiKA KINO TV Festival”
ECFA and KIDS Regio, the lobby initiative for children’s film in Europe, together with its umbrella organisation Cine Regio (network of regional film funds) are making an appeal to promote film culture for young people in Europe on the occasion of the EU’s new Multi-annual Financial Framework (MFF). A petition is launched, and we ask you to read it, sign it and share it. You’ll find the petition here.
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