European film clubs and schools licensing

Film Literacy Europe

Audience Development

England

2016

Total project grant (euros)

180,000

Percentage of budget funded

41%

Programme

Creative Europe

Sub-programme

MEDIA

Funding scheme

Audience Development

Call number

22/2015

Call publication date

30 Nov 2015

Application deadline

3 Mar 2016

Result publication date

6 Jun 2016

Number of partners in project

4

Lead organisation

Film Literacy Europe (UK)

Partners

Georgian National Film Center (GE)

Lietuvos Kino Centras Prie Kulturos Ministerijos (LT)

National Film Centre of Latvia (LV)

Building on the first phase of European film club pilots that took place in Spain, Romania and Cyprus, this grant will see the launch of three new pilots involving 50 schools in Lithuania, 150 in Georgia and 200 in Latvia.

The project will also include a major strategic initiative to carry out a feasibility study into developing a European-wide film license for schools and a network of film clubs.

Film clubs have proved to be successful in developing film literacy as well as young people’s confidence, communication skills and motivation to learn, positively affecting critical thinking, cultural understanding, writing and general literacy.

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