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Passing on

Passing on

One of the Cinémathèque Française’s key priorities is to pass on the taste and desire for cinema.
It takes all audiences in to consideration, be they children, teens or adults. Through its programming of films, its exhibitions, its training opportunities, conferences and workshops, it allows people to discover an approach to cinema in all its different facets:  that cinema is a unique artform – it has a culture, aesthetic, and practice all of its own. It also has a history, but one which is constantly under scrutiny, and one which is always in the process of reinventing itself. Amongst the many education projects delivered by the Cinémathèque Française over the last 20 years, Cinema Cent Ans De Jeunesse has developed a specific, practical and innovative training initiative at a European and international level.

In 2015 the French National Minister of Education granted the project his patronage
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Costa-Gavras, President of La Cinémathèque française and Nathalie Bourgeois, Head of the program, during end of the year screenings

The artistic consultant

The artistic consultant

Director, theorist and cinema teacher, Alain Bergala is the artistic consultant and principal trainer on the project

The Godfather

The Godfather

Filmmaker and President of the Cinémathèque Française, Costa-Gavras is the project’s Godfather

The Team



Isabelle Bourdon : Teacher in residence from the l’Académie de Créteil to the Cinémathèque Française since 2010 and Cinema Advisor to the Rector of Créteil, Isabelle is charged with the coordination of education for the project.  She has taken part as a teacher, amongst other artistic projects, for 6 years with her own group at a middle school in Pantin.

Katia Méndez Best : Production assistant on Cinéma Cent Ans De Jeunesse and other European projects since 2014.   Katia has also created an association to develop and deliver CCAJ in Mexico.

Nathalie Bourgeois, Initiator of the educational service of the Cinémathèque française, is in charge of Cinéma, cent ans de jeunesse, and of the coordination of the European projects on education to cinema in which the Cinémathèque is involved.

Anthony Brinig is in charge of the audio-visual coordination for the project, as well as developing the project website.

CONTACT DETAILS : La Cinémathèque française. 51 rue de Bercy. 75012 Paris. n.bourgeois@cinematheque.fr