Swiss film education organisations will from now on be able to share experiences with European colleagues and join them in common actions, thanks to the approval of a new budget by the Swiss Federal Office of Culture, supporting participation in film education projects funded by Creative Europe.
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This year, the industry programme of the Kristiansand Int’l Children’s Film Festival (27 April – 2 May) will be held entirely online. It’s the biggest programme ever presented at the festival and it is … free of charge for all ECFA members!
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With Nordic Star, the BUFF Film Festival (Malmö, Sweden) awards three young actors in recognition of outstanding acting achievements in films screened at the festival.
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Even with the 31st edition of the Ciné Junior Festival being postponed, juries were able to decide about their favourite films. Like the documentary ACASA, MY HOME, collecting two awards.
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Generation Z introduces youngsters with an interest in the moving image to cinema as a means of discovering new talents. Stichting Oxville in Amsterdam, Kinograph in Brussels and La Friche/Cinéma Le Gyptis in Marseille join forces to create local cinema hubs in challenging districts with poor or non-existing cinema infrastructure.
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In the 31st edition of the Tromsø Int’l Film Festival the outdoor Winter Cinema in the town’s main square was the perfect place to welcome children to unforgettable film experiences. As one of the regular festival venues, it now became the ultimately safe place to gather in front of the big screen and enjoy films together.
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LuxFilmFest is delighted to announce that audiences have returned to cinemas for this year’s hybrid edition (featuring online and in person cinema screenings). The festival presented an exquisite children & youth section, in which the Canadian feature ANTIGONE excelled with two awards.
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Finding out ‘How to reach the young audience’ might perfectly summarize 95% of your job. Now no other than the BUFF Festival (Malmö, Sweden) comes up with an answer to that burning question. What are the trends for young people in today’s media landscape? Why are film and TV such an important part of young people’s everyday lives? What can we learn from the young target group? And what is good content for young audiences, today and in the future?
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