European Projects 

At the heart of an international network, Cinéma, cent ans de jeunesse is the partner of European educational projects supported by the European Commission, via its program Europe Creative Media for the development of audience and artistic education with young Europeans.

Here is a brief description of those projects, their objectives and their partners, with links to the websites. The resources made within the framework of these projects directed by the Cinematheque Française are posted on line on each project's website. 



Program operated by the Institut français (Paris, France)
2015-2016, 2016-2017

Objectives: Enable youngsters to discover the wealth and diversity of European cinema based on the workshops established in France by the CNC (primary schools, secondary school and high school students studying cinema), via the creation of a platform, online films and educational resources.

Countries concerned: France (Institut français; Cinémathèque française/Cinéma, cent ans de jeunesse), Bulgaria, Spain, Finland, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Czech Republic.

More information here

“At table”, “In the car”, “Looks”, “Distances”, “Escaping”, "Conflict”: are educational films made by the CCAJ; film extracts edited together linking them to motifs and questions of cinema. They can be found on CinEd's platform. In order to watch them, you must log in here.


Moving Cinema / Inside CinemaMovingCinelogoWEB

Program operated by the association A Bao o Qu (Barcelona, Spain)

Objectives: Enable European youngsters to watch and plan films from the European heritage ad to understand the mechanisms of film making.

Countries concerned: Spain, Lithuania, Portugal, Scotland and France (Institut français; Cinémathèque française/Cinéma, cent ans de jeunesse.

More information here


Framework for Film EducationBFI_FF_COL_LOGO_GLOW_PORTRAIT_POS

Program operated by the British Film Institute (London, UK)

Objectives: Implementation of a group of experts to establish a Europe wide charter for cinema education (2014/2015)

Countries concerned: France (Institut français; Cinémathèque française/Cinéma, cent ans de jeunesse), Denmark, Sweden, Poland, Austria, United Kingdom, Portugal, Italy, Spain, Hungary, Lithuania, Romania, Greece, Cyprus, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovenia.

More information here and even here




Europecreativemedia WEB   CidEd Carlo Web

Page Europeenne

Movingcinema Web

BFI Framework Web