As refreshing as a Spring Shower in May…. It’s the world of Children’s Film, presented in your new ECFA Journal.
The Children’s Media Conference (CMC) is all online this year and has a special offer for ECFA members. The first three ECFA members to send an email to email@example.com, using the code ECFA/CMC2021 will receive a free pass for the week long virtual conference. From 10 May all ECFA members can get a discounted conference pass for £115 (+VAT) a discount of 25%.
It has become clear that ECFA’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) and the ECFA Award Ceremony in 2021 will see a virtual edition. The date for the events, hosted by the Zlin Film Festival, is set on 30 May.
3,600 young jurors from 38 countries elected THE CROSSING, a Norwegian film by Johanne Helgeland, for the EFA Young Audience Award 2021. Read more.
At the age of 75, Ulrich Breuning passed away at the end of March 2021. Breuning was a beloved curator of children’s films in Denmark.
Dutch Features Global Entertainment is delighted to add a few new family productions to their catalogue. They are particularly proud about one new friend of the company, a rebel fairy ready to spread her magic all around.
In the BUFF Int’l Children & Young People’s Film Festival in Malmö, Sweden, six films competed for the ECFA Award. Again, SISTERS took home the prize.
The Kristiansand Int’l Children’s Film Festival for the first time will have its Industry Programme, the largest ever presented at the festival, taking place entirely online. Sign up here and do it fast… the accreditation deadline is 21 April! Free of charge for ECFA members!