The Estonian Film Institute with support of the Ukrainian Film Institute invites Ukrainian film educators and policy makers to the European educational network programme “From Framework to Impact”.
“From Framework to Impact” is a Creative Europe supported film education project led by the Danish Film Institute and British Film Institute and supported by the core expert group from Vision Kino in Germany and La Cinematheque Francaise in France.
The aim of the project is to build resources, training materials, and infrastructure networks to support film education in a range of European territories (Baltic region – Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia; Balkans West – Slovenia, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro; Balkans East – Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Moldova, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Eastern Mediterranean – Greece, Cyprus, FYROM, Turkey, Malta, Lebanon, Palestine).
The aim is to develop these resources out of the findings made in «Framework for film education»
One part of the project has already been completed, which was to gather intelligence all over Europe about the film education practices. This was completed by early 2019 and can be accessed here: https://filmliteracyadvisorygroup.wordpress.com/.
The next part is to find the regional partners, decide on the insight into a transnational MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) about film education and to create the scenario for regional seminars held in Estonia, Slovenia, Romania and Greece.
The aims of the MOOC:
The course is intended as an introduction to the broad approaches, principles, exemplar projects and resources, and good practice in film education, as practiced across Europe. To support teachers and other educators in designing projects and programmes; to support leaders and policy professionals in making arguments for the adoption of film education.
The aim of the regional seminars is to build bridges between practicioners and policy makers. The outline of the regional seminar should be more clear come the end of the summer and the dates will be sometime in the first quarter of 2020.
We are looking for lead teachers / film educators who have an interest in approaches to film education in classrooms and other settings. And policy makers, national agency staff, leaders of cinema and festival education programmes from Ukraine who would be motivated to make film education a core part of the educational and cultural system of the country. The aim of the project is to find 5-6 of such people from each regional partner.
The deadline of submission: May, 19
More information about the the programme you may read here.
Please send your CV in English to: email@example.com