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European Ambassadors of Film Heritage - Part...

European Ambassadors of Film Heritage - Part 2

The follow-up of European Ambassadors of Film Heritage - Part 1, involving 10 students aged 15-18 into the organization and promotion of the festival Il Cinema Ritrovato.
Age groups: 14-18
Available languages: en | it
Provided by: Cineteca Bologna
Italian comedy ambassadors

Italian comedy ambassadors

Make Italian cinema loved - by studying cinematographic genres. The Italian Comedy, from now and the past : A year course, From the classroom to the stage at the opening of "Terra di cinema" festival!
Age groups: 16-25
Available languages: en | fr
Provided by: Les Enfants de Cinema
Fantasmagorie

Fantasmagorie

Children 2-3 years old built, with their teachers and parents, a kid-size camera obscura, that enables them to enter and watch the world from different perspectives and points of view.
Age groups: 3-6
Available languages: en | it
Provided by: Cineteca Bologna
Little Lotte

Little Lotte

A journey for children and their families through lights and shadows, discovering Lotte Reiniger's works and the silhouette animation technique.
Age groups: 3-6
Available languages: en | it
Provided by: Cineteca Bologna
Filmic experiments à la Méliès

Filmic experiments à la Méliès

Workshop on filmtricks and special effects inspired by films of early cinema and the silent era.
Age groups: 6-11
Available languages: en
Provided by: Deutsches Filminstitut
MiniFilmclub

MiniFilmclub

Children from 2 nursery schools have been regularly visiting the Deutsches Filmmuseum since September 2014, in the process getting to know film as an art and the cinema as a specific performance venue
Age groups: 3-6
Available languages: en | fr
Provided by: Deutsches Filminstitut
Peer to Peer Tour at Deutsches Filmmuseum

Peer to Peer Tour at Deutsches Filmmuseum

The young film experts who participated in a MiniFilmclub at Filmmuseum now developed a peer-to-peer guided tour through the permanent exhibition about the media history of film.
Age groups: 3-6
Available languages: en
Provided by: Deutsches Filminstitut
Teacher Training "Film Literacy for preschool...

Teacher Training "Film Literacy for preschool children"

A teacher training for preschool - pedagogues preparing the project MiniFilmclub, give an introduction to Film Literacy in general and train multiplicators for guided tours for preschool children
Age groups: adults
Available languages: en
Provided by: Deutsches Filminstitut
Experience the Magic of Cinema -...

Experience the Magic of Cinema - MINI-Programme at LUCAS International Filmfestival for young Filmlovers

An interactive programme for preschool children in the cinema.
Age groups: 3-6
Available languages: en
Provided by: Deutsches Filminstitut
Autofiction : Les 400 coups

Autofiction : Les 400 coups

Autofiction : The way to (re)discovering Truffaut's L'argent de poche (Pocket money) and Les 400 coups (the 400 blows)
Age groups: 11-14
Available languages: en
Provided by: Les Enfants de Cinema
Faire un film avec Morph

Faire un film avec Morph

Atelier en collaboration avec Aardman Animation. Les enfants peuvent écrire un court scénario et créer leur propre marionnette "Morph".
Age groups: 6-11
Available languages: en
Provided by: Les Enfants de Cinema
Do it like Aardman - Animation Film with...

Do it like Aardman - Animation Film with Modeling Clay

An animation-film workshop for Kids in the framework of the temporary exhibition "The art of Aardman" at Deutsches Filmmuseum.
Age groups: 11-14
Available languages: en
Provided by: Deutsches Filminstitut
First steps in film animation

First steps in film animation

A workshop about the "basic tricks" of film animation, inspired by some hidden treasures of Belgian animation cinema
Age groups: 6-1111-14
Available languages: en
Provided by: Cinematek
Atelier and Screening "Maternelle et Cinema"...

Atelier and Screening "Maternelle et Cinema" at LUCAS

A french programme for primary school children in the framework of LUCAS - International Festival for young Filmlovers.
Age groups: 6-11
Available languages: en
Provided by: Deutsches Filminstitut
Young EUROPE Visits LUCAS: Young European...

Young EUROPE Visits LUCAS: Young European Cinephiles 2016

At LUCAS young film fans themselves become curators.
Age groups: 14-18
Available languages: en
Provided by: Deutsches Filminstitut
Acting! The slapstick cinema

Acting! The slapstick cinema

Acting! A workshop about how to act in front of a camera, inspired by the geniuses of slapstick cinema
Age groups: 11-14
Available languages: en
Provided by: Cinematek
A box full of tricks

A box full of tricks

A box full of tricks is a one-week extracurricular workshop about film animation and early special effects...
Age groups: 6-11
Available languages: en
Provided by: Cinematek
Ambassador activity : Young Jury Prize of the...

Ambassador activity : Young Jury Prize of the Âge d’Or Festival

A team of 5 students coming from different Brussels Art Schools take part to the Âge d'Or Festival has young jury members and ambassadors!
Age groups: 16-25
Available languages: en
Provided by: Cinematek
EXPOSED ambassadors

EXPOSED ambassadors

EYE's community for young urban culture lovers
Age groups: 16-25
Available languages: en | nl
Provided by: EYE Filmmuseum
The sounds of Alice

The sounds of Alice

With improvised instruments, create the soundtrack for the first adaptation of Alice in Wonderland ever filmed (1903, by Percy Snow & Cecil Hepworth).
Age groups: 6-11
Available languages: en
Provided by: Cinematek
Learning animation with Aardman

Learning animation with Aardman

A workshop about clay animation inspired by Peter Lord's Morph films.
Age groups: 6-11
Available languages: en
Provided by: Cinematek
European Ambassadors of Film Heritage - Part...

European Ambassadors of Film Heritage - Part 1

27 high school students joined this percourse which led them from lessons to screenings to the production of clips about films belonging to cinema history.
Age groups: 14-18
Available languages: en | it
Provided by: Cineteca Bologna
Films without camera

Films without camera

Doing a pure experience of cinema, not as a film produced and cut in accordance with film language, but rather directly through the film material itself !
Age groups: 6-11
Available languages: en
Provided by: Cinematek
Film Jewels Part 3 - Film expert at school

Film Jewels Part 3 - Film expert at school

A filmexpert by EYE is coming to school to let children discover the world of film.
Age groups: 11-14
Available languages: en | nl
Provided by: EYE Filmmuseum
Playing with Dice - and other special effects

Playing with Dice - and other special effects

After a first phase of teachers' training, children watched some silent trick films and re-created and shooted short scenes and sequences.
Age groups: 3-6
Available languages: en | it
Provided by: Cineteca Bologna
Juste une minute, Lumière !

Juste une minute, Lumière !

Activitée basée sur le programme "Les Pionniers du cinéma". Celle-ci est consacrée aux six films des Lumière.
Age groups: 6-11
Available languages: en
Provided by: Les Enfants de Cinema
Cinemagicians, like Méliès!

Cinemagicians, like Méliès!

Activity based on the Cinema Pioneers program. This one is centered on Méliès' Trip to the moon.
Age groups: 6-11
Available languages: en | en | fr | en | de | fr
Provided by: Les Enfants de Cinema
Film Jewels Part 2 - History Repeats

Film Jewels Part 2 - History Repeats

Workshop in which students create their own movie from a to z in 3,5 hours, within given themes connected to the collection of EYE.
Age groups: 11-14
Available languages: en | nl
Provided by: EYE Filmmuseum
Film Jewels part 1 - Filmscreening Past and...

Film Jewels part 1 - Filmscreening Past and Present

Filmscreening program focussing on early cinema. Through 9 short films and clips from the collection of EYE, students get an insight into film history and the value of audiovisual cultural heritage.
Age groups: 11-14
Available languages: en | nl
Provided by: EYE Filmmuseum
Cinema, a conscious dream

Cinema, a conscious dream

Between dream and reality, a first approach to avant-garde cinema including a screening and a film workshop.
Age groups: 14-18
Available languages: en
Provided by: Cinematek
Make a Morph Workshop, UK

Make a Morph Workshop, UK

Watch & Make your own plasticine Morph with a model maker from Aardman Animations and create your own adventures with some storyboarding tips from creator Peter Lord (pictured above © Adam Johnson)
Age groups: 6-11
Available languages: en | en | en | en | fr
Provided by: Watershed
Building-up a Story

Building-up a Story

Children came to Cineteca and explored the spaces and the materials at disposal. From the screening of some shorts on the big screen, to the handling of stories and a stop-motion experimentation.
Age groups: 3-6
Available languages: en | it
Provided by: Cineteca Bologna