Created and launched by the Insitut français, CinEd gathers about ten cooperating partners in Europe, and receives support from many sources, local relays and the European Union’s Creative Europe/MEDIA programme.
CinEd is made up of a consortium of 10 founding cooperating partners from 9 European countries :
Associació A Bao A Qu (Spain), Asociace českých filmových klubů - AČFK (Czech Republic), Association Arte Urbana Collectif (Bulgaria), La Cinémathèque française (France), GET Cooperativa sociale (Italy), IhmeFilmi (Finland), Institut français (France), Os Filhos de Lumière - Associação Cultural (Portugal), Societatea Culturala NexT (Romania), Association Meno Avilys (Lituania).
These partners engage financially to cooperate in a reflective and operational manner, outlining and creating shared tools and contents, promoting their national cinematography and developing educational activities on cinema in their countries.
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Associació A Bao A Qu is a nonprofit cultural organization founded in 2004 and dedicated to the conception and development of projects that link artistic creation with education. A Bao A Qu introduces creation in primary and secondary schools with the involvement of filmmakers, photographers and artists. One of their main hubs of activity is projects on film education: Cinema en curs, Moving Cinema and cinema programming in Filmoteca de Catalunya, CGAI. It also develops other projects of reference as Fotografia en curs, Creators In Residence and collaborations with renowned museums and cultural institutions as CCCB, MACBA, MNCARS, MNAC or La Virreina Centre de la Imatge. Another important line of work is the trainings for teachers, educators and cultural managers.
La Cinémathèque française is a not-profit organisation supported by the Ministry for Culture and Communication. It was founded in 1936 by the good will of Henri Langlois and a handful of far thinking individuals who wanted to save films from the silent era.
Its mission aims are: to preserve and restore films and archives; to program; to exhibit its collections in the Film Museum; to organize innovative temporary exhibitions on cinema. Another essential aim is the dissemination beyond its walls and the transmission, throughout an offer of cultural and educational action. It has initiated and leads since the last 20 years an original film educational program - Cinema, cent ans de jeunesse - with partners from mainland France and its overseas departments, Europe and over the world
Since 1987, GET social cooperative has been running a Centre for Cinema Research and Education in Bari Italy, which has become important at both the regional and national levels for those working in cinema education and training and video production. In collaboration with other cultural institutions and professionals in the sector, GET has organised training courses for teachers of all types and levels of school. It organized cinema events for schools, teachers, film industry professionals and families. It has pioneered the creation of cinema workshop activities by young people in Puglia, and founded the first national children’s film festival in the south of Italy. In 2005 GET founded what is Italy’s first l’Accademia del Cinema Ragazzi, for free. This is a cinema school for teenagers aged 16 to 19 in one of Bari’s most difficult suburbs.
IhmeFilmi is a Finnish association acting in the field of film education. The association has an extensive network of partners and film screening locations in Finland. Annually, thousands of young spectators are reached. The association organises courses on classic films in schools, city youth centers, movie theaters and other cultural spaces. The aim of the association is to increase the availability of film classics and advance their distribution for young people in Finland.
Public Industrial and Commercial undertaking under the supervision of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Culture & Commnication, the Institut français helps to promote French influence abroad through greater dialogue with foreign cultures.
Its action crosses the arts, intellectual exchanges, social and cultural innovation and lingustic cooperation.
In the field of cinema, it helps to promote and distribute – in a non-commercial way – recent French cinematographic works and heritage films. It helps to develop cinema education too. It also contributes to promote European cinemas through CinEd programme and World cinemas through the Pavillon « Les Cinémas du Monde » in Cannes festival, the Cinémathèque Afrique and Sud Cinema Fund which is co-headed with the Centre national du cinéma et de l’image animée.
NexT Cultural Society was created in 2006 with the purpose to discover, support, and promote young promising film professionals from all around the world. The first edition of NexT International Film Festival took place in 2007 and was soon acknowledged as the most important short film festival in Romania, while its international recognition continues to grow.
Starting 2009, NexT has developed a cinema education program for high-school students – Education à l’image – in partnership with the French Embassy and the French Institute in Bucharest. In 2014, NexT initiated a new project – NexT on the Road – a one month long national tour presenting the most popular films from the previous editions of NexT IFF.
Os Filhos de Lumière – cultural association whose mission is to educate children and youngsters to Portuguese, European and International cinema. This education to cinema is developed through film workshops that gather filmmakers, teachers, students, schools and cultural venues, but also through screenings followed by conversations oriented by filmmakers.
ARTE URBANA COLLECTIF est un collectif artistique basé à Sofia, Bulgarie. Il a été créé en 2016 par Ralitsa Assenova (coordinatrice de projets et programmatrice) et Dimitar Uzunov (producteur et metteur en scène), rejoints ensuite par d’autres acteurs dans le domaine artistique et culturel œuvrant en Bulgarie. Le collectif organise des événements culturels (festival, forums éducatifs, spectacles) en Bulgarie et vise à créer une dynamique culturelle internationale au sein du pays. Arte Urbana est à l’origine de deux grands événements : les Rencontres du jeune cinéma européen, dédié aux premiers films et au jeune public, et l’Académie d'été d'écriture dramaturgique – une résidence qui accueille des auteurs du monde entier, se tenant dans différents endroits de Bulgarie. Arte Urbana est partenaire de nombreux projets internationaux et est soutenu par des institutions importantes telles que la municipalité de Sofia et son programme culturel, le Fond national « Culture », l’Institut français de Bulgarie et l’Ambassade de France en Bulgarie, Espaço Camões Sofia et l’Ambassade de Portugal en Bulgarie, Goethe-Institut Bulgarie, British Institute, la Cinémathèque bulgare, etc.
Arte Urbana Collectif coordonne le programme Le Cinéma, cent ans de jeunesse pour la Bulgarie depuis 2017.
Beyond founding partners’ countries, institutions or organizations join the program in order to extend the use of CinEd in their own country at their own expenses as follows: Translating the platform and its contents, Organizing national promotion of CinEd, Training teachers/mediators, Organizing screenings and educational activities with young audience
CinEd receives financial support from several organizations in the partnering countries, as well as from other European countries. They consider cinema education to be a priority for young generations, while also supporting the film industry and cultural diversity. They play a vital role in developing the programme. We would like to thank them for their participation.
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In each partnering country, and in Europe more generally, many organizations, structures and networks actively contribute to promoting and spreading CinEd or helping the programme through in kind contributions. We would like to acknowledge their support.
Do you want to help, promote or be a relay for CinEd in order to make it widely used?
Bulgaria: Institut français de Bulgarie - Festival Meetings of Young European Cinema Sofia - Bulgarian National Film Archive – Centre francophone de Varna (Francophone Center of Varna)
Spain : Cinema en curs – Cine en curso; CGAI – Centro Galego das Artes da Imaxe;
Finland : National Audiovisual Institute (Kansallinen audiovisuaalinen Instituutti); Institut français de Finlande
France :AEFE Agence pour l’enseignement du français à l’étranger (Agency for French Teaching Abroad); Centre national du cinéma et de l’image animée (CNC – National Center for Cinema and the Moving Image) – CÉMÉA ‘s (Centers for Teaching Active Education Methods) - Le Fresnoy
Italy : Apuglia Film commission - AVISCO (Brescia) – SINAPSI Comune di Bari (City of Bari) – Institut français d’Italie (Rome)
Portugal : Cinemateca Portuguesa/Museu do Cinema (Portuguese Film Library/Cinema Museum) - Institut français du Portugal; Cinema Ideal (Lisbon) - Doc Lisboa - Festival de Cinema Documental (Documentary Festival) - Rua das Gaivotas 6 Pólo das Gaivotas - Cinema Fora dos Leões (Évora)
Roumania : Inspectorat Scolaire Bucarest Inspectorat Scolaire Brasov - Inspectorat Scolaire Teleorman (School Inspectorates of Bucharest, Brasov, Teleorman) - Romania EduCaB (Educational Capacity Building in Romanian Libraries)- Association Roumaine des Professeurs de français (Romanian Association of French Teachers)
Czech Republic : financial support partnairs: ministry of culture of czech republic (ministerstvo kultury české republiky), State cinematography fund (státní fond kinematografie); activities support: Institut Français de Prague, Summer film school uherské hradiště (letní filmová škola uherské hradiště), Freecinema, Animánie.
Europe : Europa Cinemas