If size matters, you’re now looking at a winner! Probably the biggest ECFA Journal ever…
If there is one thing that the Dutch workshop Taartrovers (Cake Robbers) is known for, it is definitely the art of ‘playing’, which grants them a unique place in the European children’s film landscape. Through “Playing with film” they now present a study on how film education for preschoolers can be of added value to the existing school curriculum.
The Children’s Media Conference (CMC) comes with an Early Bird rate that is available for everyone to buy. With an extra profitable arrangement for ECFA members!
It will be Europe’s largest supermarket! Not for shopping films or groceries, but for shopping workshops. It’s new, it’s DIY, it’s something else… Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Workshop Warehouse!
In a programme that is packed with films, the Zlin Film Festival is also growing in terms of industry impact. Shining star on the industry programme is the Central European Children’s Film Co-Production Forum on Saturday 28 May.
If you are looking forward to the summer holidays, consider yourself lucky you don’t have to spend it in the company of an embarrassing, eccentric grandmother, like 12 year old Sofia in HOW I LEARNED TO FLY, winner of the ECFA Award in the BUFF festival.
Big changes in the German Ruhr area, cradle of youth documentary festivals! Even if some basic knowledge of local geography and power relations might be required to understand the details, in the end the result is all clear: the world becomes even richer in documentary festivals!
Under the motto ‘Lost Jungle’, the Cinema in Sneakers festival asks children a crucial question: What can we achieve in this rapidly changing world? Can children take charge, and if yes, then how?