Are you a parent? Do you ever think about what audiovisual content surrounds your children? How do you choose the films you screen for them? And what ways are there to get involved in their audiovisual education?
These and many more questions will be answered in two masterclasses by Emese Erdös from The National Film Institute - Film Archive, Hungary, and Maciej Jakubczyk from The New Horizons Association, Poland.
Emese Erdös talks about Klassz Program, an educational programme for young audiences organized by The National Film Institute – Film Archive, Hungary. The programme offers educational materials, online games and interactive events at cultural festivals, film days and other occasions, and is based on the Film Archive’s film history website called Core Films. The masterclass will focus on the main interactive project, which started as a family programme but over time it has transformed to an event that involves nearly all ages.
The New Horizons Association focuses on film education at different levels through various programmes. One of the new sections of the Kids Kino International Film Festival, whose audience has spread to over twenty Polish cities, is Kids Kino on Upbringing. This section includes films for adult audiences selected for their educational values helping to build parenting and upbringing competencies. Maciej Jakubczyk talks about the ways by which parents can help their children navigate the world of audiovision.