Further Readings

Image education 2.0 (in french)

Partner of Les enfants de cinema - the french association "l'ACAP" (Amiens, Hauts de France - head of film education in North of France ) has produce a very interesting book about making workshops with digital ressources, help to Benoît Labourdette, a famous searcher and "pocket film" director. ABCinema project help us to disseminate it to all the project partners. And with their agreement, there is the .pdf version. (in French only). Right reserved.

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University Research : The film Literacy projects in Europe (in french)

"Film Literacy projects in Europe" is a work written by Coline Anxionnaz in August 2016, during her master's degree. She studied European cultural policies and completed an internship at La Cinémathèque Française (Paris). She met the team of ABCinema and participated for LES ENFANTS DE CINEMA to one of their programs ("young ambassadors") during the festival Cinema Ritrovato in June 2016.

This resource is only in French.

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ACE Position Paper on Film Education and Film Literacy

As the promotion of film education and film literacy is part of Film Heritage Institutions’ (FHI)
public interest mission, almost all ACE members have been active in this field for decades.
They have skilled staff and a longstanding expertise in teaching what film is - a language and
an art form - and they also provide tools to develop filmmaking skills (in labs and workshops).
This is an overview of FHI activities and programmes for different target groups. Further a list of problems and needs.

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Copyright & Education

An introduction to copyright and related rights in the European Union (and how this works for education).
Presentation by Lisette Kalshoven (Kennisland) for the Workshop "Rights Issues for Film in Education", Frankfurt, April 2016

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Screening literacy: executive summary

In July 2011, the European Commission published an invitation to tender for a European-scale experts’ study on film literacy in Europe, covering all EU and EEA nations, and asking for evidence-based recommendations to inform policy making in the forthcoming Creative Europe framework.
The tender was won by a consortium of UK and wider European partners, led by the British Film Institute. The final document is divided into three parts, here uploaded separately. This is the Executive Summary.

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Showing films and other audiovisual content in european schools

This 2015 study looked at the obstacles and best practices when showing films and other audiovisual content in European Schools. The study is divided into three chapters. The school chapter looks into how films are used and how film literacy fits intor the school curricula. The industry chapter looks at how films are made availbale for schools by the idustry. And finally the copyright chapter analyzes the legal framework in Europe for showing films in schools.

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Screening literacy: case studies

In July 2011, the European Commission published an invitation to tender for a European-scale experts’ study on film literacy in Europe, covering all EU and EEA nations, and asking for evidence-based recommendations to inform policy making in the forthcoming Creative Europe framework.
The tender was won by a consortium of UK and wider European partners, led by the British Film Institute. The final document is divided into three parts, here uploaded separately. This is a collection of European case studies.

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Screening literacy: country profiles

In July 2011, the European Commission published an invitation to tender for a European-scale experts’ study on film literacy in Europe, covering all EU and EEA nations, and asking for evidence-based recommendations to inform policy making in the forthcoming Creative Europe framework.
The tender was won by a consortium of UK and wider European partners, led by the British Film Institute. The final document is divided into three parts, here uploaded separately. This is a summary of country profiles, concerning film education.

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A framework for film education

In response to a call from Creative Europe in 2014, the BFI led a group of 25 academics, film educators, and practitioners from national agencies and NGOs to create a framework to support film educators across Europe in designing, managing, and evaluating film education programmes. The resulting scheme, which has been presented in many public occasions, has found a practical implementation in the ABCinema activities published on this website.

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