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The Workshop Warehouse has become a brand! With this ‘market’ for hands-on workshops in 2023 ECFA will take the next step in the dissemination of initiatives in the field of media literacy. The only question was: where and when will this Warehouse open its doors? That has now been decided.
The Zlin Film Festival is the one and only brave event insisting on serving its ECFA Jury exclusively feature documentaries. The programming procedure is tough, but according to the Jury there was one title that stood head and shoulders above the rest, GABY, BETWEEN AGES 8 TO 13 (Engeli Broberg, Sweden).
Join this year’s Children’s Media Conference, live or online, from 5 -7 July 2022. The event offers ECFA members a special discounted rate of £360 + VAT. That’s a saving of £120 + VAT on the full rate of £480 + VAT for the Live Conference.
In the 10th jubilee edition of the Cinema in Sneakers festival, held in a hybrid form in Warsaw, the ECFA Award went to LAST FILM SHOW (Pan Nalin), a story set in India but made as an Indian-French co-production.
La Sosteria is a project of urban redevelopment, through a creative re-appropriation of a newsstand in the village of Fiorano, Italy. La Sosteria aims at preserving existing estate, repurposing abandoned infrastructure, and involving the community in a programme of activities.
Mo & Friese stands for short film. All genres, all forms, all ages! One of those short films is LUCE AND THE ROCK, a remarkably absurd and moving story by Britt Raes (Belgium).
In May 2022, European MEDIA funds approved the international Film in Hospital project for two more years. Film in Hospital can now keep striving to grant ill children in hospitals and revalidation centres access to exclusive, festival-quality films and educational materials.