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?”→
The 2nd Athens Int. Children’s Film Festival (ATHICFF, 18–24th November) organised multiple events to make the festival more accessible for target groups that might not find their way to festival cinemas so easily. That could be SOS Children’s villages or kids from remote regions, but just as well babies and… teenagers! Continue reading “Athens Int. Children’s Film Festival unlocked for all”→
In 2020 the Ciné Junior Festival (22nd January – 4th February) celebrates its 30th anniversary in more than 55 locations in France. Extra attention is given to film professionals in a programme on 28th January (Vincennes) and 30th & 31st January (Arcueil). Continue reading “Ciné Junior compiles short film programmes”→
What are kids really doing, when they’re on their phones and tablets? How can public service institutions compete with booming international streaming moguls such as Netflix, Disney and YouTube? On October 4th BUSTER Film Festival hosted an industry seminar, inviting media experts, content creators and youth representatives on stage for a tour de force in children’s media consumption.