Results from 2019 Film Education scheme published
The results of the Film Education scheme (Call EACEA/33/2019, deadline 07/03/2019) have now been published.
€1 million has been awarded to one project, a case which has been made possible because last year's selected projects were funded for a period of two years.
The Institut Français has been chosen to receive this grant for their project titled the 'European Film Factory', which will allow schools across Europe to access a catalogue of 10 European films, and related instructional material, reflecting European identity in its diversity.
The platform and all its content, including the films, will be available in German, French, English, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Romanian and Greek, thereby covering eight of the 10 most spoken languages in the European Union.
The titles will be selected by a jury composed of film education experts coming from institutions such as European cinematheques, while involving a wide range of representatives of the film industry to ensure the best quality and diversity of the catalogue.
The Institut Français have partnered with ARTE Education to deliver the project.
9 applications from 4 countries were submitted in total, including Spain, Belgium and Greece.
For more details visit the EACEA website.
Image: Since September 2017, ARTE France has been offering ARTE Education, a pedagogical and digital subscription service for teachers and students that provides access to cultural video content to enrich educational content in class. Image courtesy of ARTE Education.
08 Jul 2019