In 2020 the AleKino! festival launched a tradition of yearly online meetings in which festivals exchange experiences and tackle challenges that are inextricably linked to the pandemic situation. The 2023 edition went under the title “Back to the cinemas – European children & youth film festivals in the post pandemic year”.
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“Was it business as usual?” was an obvious but pressing question for the AleKino festival to ask in an online meeting with festival representatives from Europe and beyond, exchanging impressions on the tumultuous year 2021. The report of the meeting has now been published.
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On December 2nd in the framework of the Industry / Education Pro event and with the support of ECFA, the Ale Kino! festival (Poznan, Poland) organised an online gathering for European young audience festivals. How did we experience one year of hybrid festivals and what lessons did we learn? And how much did we miss our old festival habits?
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One outcome of the recent KIDS Regio Forum in Weimar was a strong demand for both networking platforms ECFA and KIDS Regio to work even closer together. This incentive, pushed forward by the more than 80 participants, was warmly welcomed by all ECFA representatives.
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‘Film – A Language Without Borders’ is a cross-European project organised by the Danish and British Film Institute and Vision Kino (Germany), supported by the Creative Europe programme. The project report is now available online. Continue reading “Film – A language without borders report is online” →
On 11 & 12 April 2018, Kinodvor organised a conference on “Methods and Impact of Film Education”. Continue reading “Results Kinodvor conference available” →
Children’s Film First was a year long project which comprises a number of peer-learning activities for film literacy professionals, in order to stimulate audience development.
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Rights Against INtolerance: Building an Open-minded World
The project connects EU gay and lesbian associations, schools, media professionals promoting the rights of children and young people to their sexual identity and orientation and who fight against homophobia, in order to A) study stereotypes and B) challenge them.
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