Started in 2020 and led for five years by the Institut Français, from October 2020, the CinEd program started to be coordinated by the Cinemateca Portuguesa - Museu do Cinema, ensuring general coordination for the next two years. At this stage, CinEd brings together fourteen European partners (including coordination, partners and associates) and receives support from many sources, local centers and the European Union's Creative Europe / MEDIA program.

Partners

CinEd is made up of a consortium of 14 founding  cooperating partners from 11 European countries :

Associació A Bao A Qu (Spain), Asociace českých filmových klubů - AČFK (Czech Republic), Association Arte Urbana Collectif (Bulgaria), Cinema Arta (Romania), Cinemateca Portuguesa – Museu do Cinema (Portugal), La Cinémathèque Française (France), Contrasens (Romania), Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum (Germany), Deutsche Filmakademie (Germany), GET Cooperativa sociale (Italy), IhmeFilmi (Finland), Association Meno Avilys (Lithuania), Mog-Technologie (Technological partner - Portugal), Os Filhos de Lumière - Associação Cultural (Portugal), Shadow Casters (Croátia).

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.

Associated relays

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...

Support

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. 

Acknowledgements

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.

Bulgaria:  Institut français de Bulgarie - Festival Meetings of Young European Cinema, Sofia - Concept Studio - Regional library "Prof. Benyo Tzonev" - Lovetch;

Croatia: National Foundation for Civil Society Development / Kultura Nova Foundation / Croatian Audiovisual Centre HAVC / City of Zagreb / Kino Kinoteka;

Czech Republic: Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic (Ministerstvo kultury České republiky), The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic (Ministerstvo školství, mládeže a tělovýchovy České republiky), Institut Français de Prague, Summer Film School Uherské Hradiště (Letní filmová škola Uherské Hradiště), Free Cinema o.p.s., Animánie, Kino 35, Kasárna Karlín, Zlín Film Festival, Junior Fest, Festival Zlaté Slunce, Kino Aero, Národní institut pro další vzdělávání The National Information and Consulting Centre for Culture, Komunitní centrum Husitská, National Film Museum, Společnost pro kreativitu ve vzdělávání (Society for Creativity in Education);

Finland: National Audiovisual Institute (Kansallinen audiovisuaalinen Instituutti); Institut français de Finlande; Koulujen elokuvaviikko (Film Week for Schools);

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;

Germany: DFF - Deutsches Filminstitut und Filmuseum in Frankfurt / Deutsche Filmakademie;

Italy: Cooperativa Sociale Progettocittà, Associazione Cinergia, Apulia Film Commission, Sinapsi, Kismet Teatro Opera, CNiPA, Comune Di Bari, Associazione Culturale La Freccia, Associazione Culturale Spin Off, Unisco; 

Lithuania: Lithuanian Council for Culture, Lithuanian Film Centre, Skalvija Cinema Centre, cinema theatre "Romuva";

Portugal: Plano Nacional das Artes (Ministério da Cultura e Ministério da Educação) / Plano Nacional de Cinema (Ministério da Educação e Ministério da Cultura) / Rede das Bibliotecas Escolares (Ministério da Educação) Direção Regional de Cultura do Alentejo / Instituto Cervantes / Goethe Institut Portugal / Instituto Cultural Romeno (Lisboa) / Institut Français de Portugal / Cinema Ideal (Lisboa) / Doc Lisboa – Festival de Cinema Documental / Rua das Gaivotas 6 / Polo Cultural das Gaivotas;

Romania: Contrasens: Ceau Cinema, Bloc Zero, French Institute Timisoara, Didactic Corp House Timis, Western University Timisoara, Department of Culture Timis; Cinema Arta: Cluj Cultural Centre;

Spain: Cinema en curs – Cine en curso; CGAI – Centro Galego das Artes da Imaxe.

 

Europe: Association des Cinémathèques Européennes (ACE), International Federation of Film Archive (FIAF)

CinEd is designed for a large range of participants: teachers from all specialities and levels, cultural mediators, and cinema and audiovisual professionals who want to work towards building European culture and educate young people about European cinema.

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