The Film Education Working Group was established in 2015 with a mandate to address:
- Film Education and the development of a fair and transparent copyright regime for film used for educational institutions and services
- Exchange of policies, strategies and best practice in order to develop an EFAD position on the relevance and impact of film education for children and young people in the 21. century
Head of Children & Youth
Danish Film Institute
Head of UK Learning Programmes
British Film Institute
- MEDIA Support to Film Education
- MEDIA-supported project Framework for film education in Europe
- 2020 Online course (MOOC) developed by the BFI and its partners its partners from DFI, Cinémathèque Française and Vision Kino. The course is for educators working in the film or media education but also for policymakers, cinema and festival workers, archive educators, strategic bodies and agents who are looking for good practice and good examples of international film education.
- 2020 MEDIA-funded project European Film Factory, a platform for film education, available in English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Polish, Romanian & Spanish for students and teachers across Europe
- 2020 Report about Film Literacy in Estonia "Points of Departure for Film Education in Estonia"
- 2015 Report for the European Commission "Showing films and other audiovisual content in European Schools. Obstacles and best practices"
- 2014 CNC Report "For a European Film Education Policy"
- 2011 BFI Report "Screening Film Literacy: Film Education in Europe"
- Blogsite of the Film Literacy Advisory Group
News & Publications about Film Education
07/09/2020 : Consultation on the New Digital Education Action Plan - EFAD Contribution on Film Education
22/01/2018 : European Film Agency Directors (EFADs) position on the European Commission Proposal for a Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market
21/05/2015 : A new EU study on Films in schools