Young EUROPE Visits LUCAS: Young European Cinephiles 2016

Available language: en


Age: 14-18
Sessions: 4
Session's duration: 4h


In the new section “Young European Cinephiles,” nine 16 to 18-year-old film enthusiasts from Germany, France, Italy, and the Netherlands assume the programming duties for the festival’s evening screenings. On four consecutive evenings, the Cinephiles from one country will present a “double feature”: two purposely combined films of their choice. They will be there in person to explain their rationale and discuss it with the audience. You can meet the “YECs” in Frankfurt during the week of the festival—a great opportunity to make new contacts. The young film enthusiasts are connected to the German Film Institute’s partners in the EU project ABCinema. In their respective home countries the cinephiles have already gathered a wealth of film programming experience—whether through participation in the programming of the institutions involved or through jobs and internships.


The Framework sets out a series of outcomes to which any film literacy programme or project, be it in the formal education or informal education sector, could realistically aspire. It is not expected that any one project could deliver all of the outcomes in the Framework, but rather it is hoped that by placing the critical, creative and cultural dimensions alongside each other that it will be possible for project developers to explore issues and outcomes beyond their own current practice.

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Film Education Framework for Europe
To inspire and equip perople across Europe to be able to access, enjoy, understand, create, explore, and share film in all its forms throughout their lives
Film Sensibility
Key Dimensioms of Film Education
Creative Processes | Practices | Participation
Critical Processes | Practices | Participation
Cultural Processes | Practices | Participation
Areas of Learning
Specificities of Film
Social, personal and collaborative processes
Critical personal response
Wider film engagment
Historic and Institutional context
Reflective learning
Learning Outcomes
Critical thinkers
Adventurous Creators
Expressive individuals
Sensitive contributors
Reflective practitioners
Active collaboration
Confident Explorers
Informed participants
Discerning audiences
Enthusiastic advocates
Independent learners
Engaged citizens
Engage with film in all its form
Experience film in the cinema
Discover film from the past
Experience the art of film
Experience creative opportunities in film making
Reflect on national and world cultures
Identify, question and reflect on ideas and values
Disposition for Lifelong Learning
Connecting to Life and Work
Personal Development
Civic Responsibility

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