Film Literacy Seminar: Exploring Visual Culture programme published

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On October 23rd, Cinekid, ECFA, Eye and FLICK invite you to the Film Literacy Seminar: Exploring Visual Culture at the Eye Filmmuseum in Amsterdam. The aim of the seminar is to broaden perspectives on the position of film in the cultural and educational debate through best practices, discussions and hands-on sessions.

Find the complete programme here.

Known for her ability to raise the difficult questions needed to move forward, keynote speaker Claire Boonstra, founder of Operation Education, is invited to kick off the seminar. In the afternoon there is room to zoom into three topics in detail, in creative, active group sessions.

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* One plus one equals three (Zoom-into-Lobbying)
Central question: ‘How can we work together to put film literacy on the map?’
Hosting partner: ECFA; Margret Albers (ECFA President)
Creative Host: Paul Tyler
Speakers from the Cineteca di Bologna and Northern Ireland Screen.

* Europe Shaken & Stirred (Zoom-into-Collaboration)
Central question: ‘What is needed to achieve true cooperation and co-creation?’
Hosting partner: Cinekid; Tessa Stoke (Head of Education)
Creative Hosts: Douwe-Sjoerd Boschman, and Tessa van Grafhorst (The Cake Robbers)
Speakers from Vision Kino.

* Sneaking into School (Zoom-into-Curriculum)
Central question: ‘Can film education transcend across school subjects or can it only be embedded in art education?’
Hosting partner: Eye & FLICK; Margreet Cornelius (Senior Project manager)
Creative Host: Wytze Veenstra
Speakers from the University of Gøteborg (Linda Sternö was a revelation in the ECFA Stockholm Seminar in 2017) and The Nerve Centre.

Afterwards all participants are invited to the Cinekid for Professionals opening drink.

Accreditation requests for single tickets (€ 49,95) for the Film Literacy Seminar can be made via the Cinekid website. Accreditation requests for combination tickets for Cinekid for Professionals + Industry Forum + Film Literacy Seminar (€ 249,95) can be found here.

The Film Literacy Seminar: Exploring Visual Culture is co-funded by the Creative Europe MEDIA programme of the European Union.