The festival also brings together industry professionals and promotes exchange by holding a range of professional events throughout the 10 days of the festival. Students are invited to spend four days at the festival, during which they are given full access to the programme. Workshops, special screenings and opportunities to meet filmmakers and other industry professionals are also provided. In addition, the festival organises an inter-school film-concert workshop, run once again in by the oboist Christian Paboeuf. The resulting concert is then performed on several occasions during the festival.
Download the information booklet French only. Working under the guidance of a festival-appointed coordinator and staff from the schools, 40 students learn how to prepare a variety of materials for example, interviews and film analyses. Students are also encouraged to participate in the films produced during festival workshops. Each year the festival works with a small group of secondary school students engaged in film and audiovisual studies in Dreux.
Additionally, projects connected to various university courses were implemented during the academic year. The curriculum is designed to help students develop a perfect mastery of digital and traditional animation tools via the making of short films.
Each year the festival offers 10 young foreigners aged 18 to 30 the chance to discover a variety of film industry professions. Each year a group of film students is selected to take part in the festival. As well as providing access to the entire programme, the festival organises workshops and creates opportunities for the students to meet filmmakers and other industry professionals. Each student is asked to present a film at a screening of their choice and organise a meet-and-greet type event after the film.
As part of their course a group of 30 students reflects on ways to develop new partnership-building strategies for the festival. Forming groups of four, for example, they put together sponsorship kits to help the festival find new sponsors. These are then presented before a jury and the students receive accreditations for the festival.
The festival hosts a young professional from Quebec on a two-month mobility scheme designed to foster intercultural exchange and develop networking opportunities. In return, a festival intern is to be invited to Montreal in February In this workshop was run in partnership with EMCA. The resulting films are shown at the festival and at other events around France , if possible in the presence of the inmates involved. A total of 20 films has been made and screened as part of this workshop since This project allows inmates to test a variety of audiovisual techniques.
It also aims to support their artistic endeavours and ensure recognition for their work outside the prison. The films were co-produced with EMCA.
These activities enable patients to enjoy access to high quality films and music, and to take part in creative projects. The festival participates in this programme which aims to promote access to film for people usually deprived of such access and improve visual and media literacy. The festival invites inhabitants of outlying areas of the city to attend film screenings and helps organise open-air projections in various neighbourhoods during the festival.
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