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Film Education: A User’s Guide

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Film Education: A User’s guide will help you discover amongst other things, why film education matters, different approaches to film education and learn how agencies across Europe have successfully advocated for film education.

From experienced and knowledgeable practitioners from the UK, Germany, Denmark, France, Spain, Slovenia, Italy, Greece and more, you’ll discover how to design, organise, and manage film education programmes for your learners or community.

You’ll learn from people working in prestigious film archives and festivals, those training teachers, and those running school-cinema programmes and film education NGOs.

The material is available in English, in German, in Lithuanian and in Estonian.

Authors

The Framework for Film Education Group

Film Education: a user’s guide was put together by a group of film education agencies known as the Framework for Film Education Group. The Framework Group consists of the British Film Institute (BFI; Mark Reid is the lead contact); the Danish Film Institute (DFI; Charlotte Giese); the Cinémathèque Française (Nathalie Bourgeois); Vision Kino in Germany (Sabine Genz); and The Film Space (Ian Wall).The course and web materials were put together by teams from these organisations, together with colleagues from Karpos (Greece) and the Moving Image Media Association (Hungary). The training seminars backing the course and website were co-ordinated by the Estonian Film Institute; Meno Avilys (Lithuania); the Slovenian Film Centre and Kinodvor (Slovenia); as well as Karpos (with the Greek Film Centre) and MIMEA (with the Hungarian Film Centre).