Moving cinema

Moving Cinema is a European project that started in September 2014. Its main objectives are to create strong links between young people and cinema, to provide them with the tools to become autonomous viewers, and, ultimately, to form active, sensitive viewers with the ability to appreciate diverse cinematographic manifestations. The first step is to increase young people’s interest in European cinema and improve their knowledge of it. The second is to facilitate their access to film screening venues and Vod platforms and to encourage them to do it on their own so they establish and maintain links with European cinema. They usually work with young people between 12 and 19 years old, combining activities during school hours (based on a transdisciplinary approach) with others outside the school framework.

Moving Cinema is a project led since 2014 by A Bao A Qu and currently developed together with Meno Avilys (Lithuania, since 2014), Kijufi (Germany, since 2016), Otok Institut (Slovenia, since 2018), and BelDocs (Serbia, since 2020). Os Filhos de Lumière (Portugal), the Centre for the Moving Image (Scotland), the BFI – British Film Institute (Great Britain), and the Cinémathèque Française (France) have also been involved in the project.

Promoter of the project:
Associació A Bao A Qu
Contact details:
Laia Colell Aparicio
(+34) 932 853 181

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