European Film Club Pilots

Film Literacy Europe

Audience Development

England

2014

Total project grant (euros)

170,000

Programme

Creative Europe

Sub-programme

MEDIA

Funding scheme

Audience Development

Call number

EAC/S27/2013

Call publication date

19 Dec 2013

Application deadline

28 Mar 2014

Result publication date

1 Jul 2014

Number of partners in project

4

Lead organisation

Film Literacy Europe

Partners

Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute (EL);

Associació Educativa i Cultural Sahrazad (ES);

ActiveWatch Media Monitoring Agency (RO);

Film Literacy Europe's current focus is on supporting the development of film clubs in Europe through piloting new models, testing VOD solutions for the delivery of film screenings in schools, and developing strategies for film engagement across Europe.

Longer term plans include:

  • the development of networks for film literacy and film clubs outside the UK
  • the potential development of a European film license for schools
  • a children’s film catalogue for Europe
  • sharing methods for increasing cinema attendance amongst young people
  • cooperation amongst film distributors and rights holders
  • advocacy tools for film literacy

Filmclub Spain is managed by Associació Educativai Cultural Sahrazad, a non-profit organization that aims to promote creative processes and new relationship areas between pedagogical, culture and social organisations.

Filmclub Cyprus is managed by Future Worlds Center, an innovative non-profit organization based in Cyprus. It aims to accelerate and facilitate positive social change through the power of emerging new technologies and the science of the structured dialogue methodology.

Filmclub Romania is managed by ActiveWatch, a human rights organization that militates for free communication for public interest.

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