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.
Film education - why it matters
Watching and choosing, analysing and making film
On film education with pre-schoolers
Practice in cinemas, festivals and archives
National framework and why they work
Measuring the impact of film education
This course is designed for educators working in the film or media education who are looking to broaden their knowledge and expertise, try out new ideas, and learn about great practice.
This course is also designed for policymakers, cinema and festival workers, archive educators, strategic bodies and agents who are looking for good practice and good examples of international film education.
We encourage you to explore this website and hope that you and your fellow teachers will engage in lively debates and discussions. We also hope you will be inspired to question and develop your own ideas on film education.
Watch a brief video explaining this resource and its objectives.