CinEd a vocation à accueillir chaque année de nouveau bénéficiaires, relais associés, voire partenaires d’autres pays afin de développer et enrichir sa collection de films européens, de toucher le plus de jeunes possible et de s’inscrire dans la durée.
CinEd est un programme cofinancé par le programme Europe Créative / MEDIA de l’Union européenne.
- Une plateforme numérique pour organiser des projections publiques
- Une collection de films européens adaptés aux jeunes
- Des outils pédagogiques pour accompagner les séances
- Des formations et des activités avec les jeunes
CinEd en chiffres
29 formations dans 6 pays
737 médiateurs et enseignants formés
60 projections dans 36 pays
5605 jeunes européens concernés
- 09 oct 2017
COOPERATION MEETING ON THE EUROPEAN FILM EDUCATION PROGRAMME - Lisbon (9-12 oct).
The European cinema education program for young people aged 6 to 19 and their educators in Europe, CinEd, opens its third year of existence with a co-operation seminar in Lisbon, starting on 9 October.
Around 28 persons from 8 partner countries, experienced trainers, teacher’s representatives and professionals from the film industry, will assist to those days of intense and collaborative work and research about cinema education best practices.
Cooperation meeting and workshops, prepared by Institut français (pilot project), La Cinémathèque française (pedagogical coordinator) and Os Filhos de Lumiere (our portuguese partner) will consist in training and concertation dedicated to CinEd programme’s implementation in all its aspects.
- 09 oct 2017
Joaquim Pinto, director of "Uma pedra no bolso" during the Kick meeting in Lisbon
The 9th October, during the CinEd public session, a class of young portuguese accompanied by their teacher joined the Kick off to discover with partners and experts, Uma Pedra no Bolso, a film from the CinEd collection and to exchange with its director Joaquim Pinto.
The screening was followed by many questions :
• how was the desire of this film born,
• how were the actors chosen,
• how was the dance scene turned,
• was there a precise scenario,
• why this music?
At the end of the session, a young person questioned Joaquim Pinto: "But this film came out in theaters? Because if you make a trailer of this film I think it will be very interesting to show! Young people, they will love it ... For me it is a great film ; I liked it! "
The debate continued with professionals interventions and came to an end with a warm thanks from Joaquim Pinto: « I thank CinEd for choosing this film from so many possibilities, I am extremely pleased that this program allowed it to be reviewed today by young people. Otherwise it could have completely fell into oblivion ».