Its objective is to help the greatest possible number of European youths aged 6 to 19 discover European cinema.
- A digital platform to organize public screenings
- A collection of European films selected for a young audience
- Teaching materials to accompany the screenings
- Trainings and activities with young people
CinEd key figures
Since the launch of CinEd in 2015:
113 trainings in 9 countries
3000 mediators and teachers trained
754 screenings in more than 50 European cities
30 000 young people involved
- 14 Jan 2018
CINED IN SOFIA FOR THE MEETING OF CINEMA EDUCATION IN EUROPE
As part of its third year of implementation, CinEd is organizing jointly with its Bulgarian partner a cooperation meeting which will bring together in Sofia, from 14 to 18 January 2018, the 10 partners of the project for 4 days of collaborative work around the two following axes: the preparation of an annual report on the work carried out, and the preparation of the application for the European Creative / MEDIA program of the European Union.
On the occasion of the presidency of Bulgaria at the Council of the European Union, a round table on "Cinema and Arts Education at School in Bulgaria and Europe" is organized on 17 January at the Institut français of Bulgaria. The meeting will bring together and will involve alongside actors and European partners of CinEd Mr. Eric Lebedel, Ambassador of France in Bulgaria, Mr. Kamen Balkanski, Director of the Media Desk of Creative Europe Bulgaria as well as the Bulgarian director Petar Valchanov and several teachers engaged in film education in Bulgaria.
- 07 Dec 2017
CinEd invited to the European Culture Forum in Milan (7-8 December)
CinEd is invited this year to participate in the European Forum for Culture, a flagship event organized twice a year by the European Commission to enhance the visibility of cooperation to bring together the main actors in the cultural sectors and discuss EU cultural policy and initiatives. Its 2017 edition will mark the official launch of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 devoted to common cultural goods and all their aspects.
As part of the "Films of the Past for the future of film" session, CinEd will present the specificity of its comparative and progressive pedagogy. An approach that aims to raise awareness and train young people in European cinema from the dialogue between heritage films and contemporary creation within its film collection.