2022: The project focuses on audiovisual education and the strategic development of audiovisual education in the V4 countries. This theme of this year's edition is short audiovisual formats (from art festival production to video clips, amateur production and online art).
The Visegrad Young Film Days, part Young Film Fest Industry Programme, focuses on development of audiovisual education in countries of the Visegrad Group (V4: Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia).
Our goal is to draw attention to the importance of audiovisual education at international level and to connect professionals from different places of the V4 region and beyond.
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The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.
Meeting of 2 experts outside the V4 territory (representatives of Norway and Germany) and 2 V4 experts outside the VYFD partners and also 4 representatives (one for each country) of the VYFD partners.
This activity is directly linked to the activity European examples of good practice for V4 - theory in Prague.
his activity is a follow-up tothe first year of VYFD, specifically the activity called "The Initiative for the Establishment of the Association for Audiovisual in Slovakia", which took place online.
Examples of good practice focusing on education and programme implementation in Poland and Hungary.
Two online masterclasses discussing the role of parents in audiovisual education
Online masterclass focused on how to communicate an audiovisual education programme and how to get parents involved
Online masterclass about the ways to raise funds for an audiovisual education organisation
Fresh and brisk presentations of audiovisual education organisations from the V4 region
Online fireside chat about the possibilities of involving parents in audiovisual education.