ECFA, FLICK, Cinekid Festival and Eye Filmmuseum have joined forces to welcome, inform and connect with you at the film literacy conference on the 23rd of October 2018 in Amsterdam, in the run-up to the Cinekid for Professionals opening drinks, and Cinekid’s Professionals programme on Wednesday 24 October.
Which opportunities are there for film education in Europe? Film offers a wealth of possibilities as a cultural subject: film is art, film is entertainment and film is part of our cultural heritage. And like the other arts, film can move, entertain and make us think. Film is also a very popular medium for discovering and understanding the world. Before children can read and write, they already explorethe world through moving images on a variety of screens. Understanding the visual language of film has become an essential skill in our society, but also understanding the way in which images are used and presented is key.
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Increasingly more organisations are are united and working together to bring across this message. During the ECFA Conference, we will exchange knowledge between international film- and media education lobbyists and practitioners to see how we can create a powerful, European lobby for film and media education in formal education.
During the conference, participants can take their pick from a variety of lectures. The programme will tackle topics such as how to address policy makers with regards to the place of film and media in the education-, art- and culture- debate; the do’s and don’ts of (European) educational collaborations; and sharing best practices and challenges for the field of global, European and national film- and media education.
Save the date! Tuesday 23 October 2018
Call for proposals
We call upon all of our members to share their ideas for useful contributions. Please send your presentation proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline: 15 June 2018
ECFA, Cinekid Festival and EYE Filmmuseum are looking forward to meeting you in Amsterdam.