An inspirational film education day for those who work, or wish to work, with film in schools. This year’s theme is Democracy, participation and representation.
Note: Separate registration required. Register by March 9 on Film i Skåne’s website.
Registration 8.30 – 9.00
Morning Programme – By the Swedish Film Institute
Moving image + Goal Achievement = True
Fatima Khayari, project manager at the Swedish Film institute presents the short film Turkkiosken and leads a discussion around the concept of moving image and lm literacy.
A picture is worth a thousand words
Anna Tornberg, project manager at the Swedish Media Council presents bits from the democracy- strengthening educational material Propaganda och bilders makt (Propaganda and the power of the image) and Könsnormer i bildspråket (Gender norms in the visual language), which the Council has developed for schools.
Participation & Representation from a Filmmaker’s Perspective
Clara Bodén, director, producer and scriptwriter, talks about the need to be able to identify with the images around you and why it is important for different voices from different environments to be heard. Clara’s work includes Apt.+Car+All I Have and Own.
Pictures of the Others
Sanjin Pejkovic is a film researcher at Linnaeus University who also works at the Gothenburg Film Festival and is a film writer. Using film as the foundation block, by looking at real examples from films and in dialogue with the audience, Sanjin Pejkovic looks at the downside of stereotypes and their history on the silver screen.
Afternoon Programme – By Film I Skåne and Föreningen Film & Mediepedagogik
Choose between three workshops:
Åsa Egnér: Workshop Around the Human as Story
The story as a democratic tool to convey hope and courage. Presence as a space which opens our minds. Åsa Egnér is theater director, priest and VR developer. She provides her view on the possibilities offered by virtual technology and tells us about the process and technology used when creating VR work.
Another World – Sara Cronberg and Charlotte Rodenstedt
A workshop based on the critically acclaimed performance En Annan Värld (Another World) which blends animation, acting and music. A lonely child draws an imaginary friend in another world. The performance is based on drawings by newly arrived refugee children in Malmö on the theme Another World.
Erling Ericsson workshop: Bergman’s Cinematograph
Animator and television producer Erling Ericsson has taught many children and youths around the world how to animate. At BUFF he presents his newly designed animation kit, inspired by Ingmar Bergman’s first experiences of film, and talks about film’s fantastic opportunities for communication.
The day finishes with a screening of the feature film Amateurs by Gabriela Pichler (klick on the link to the film to read more).
Optional – Experience Ystad Studios Visitor Center
When you sign up for the Film in School Day, you are invited to hop on the bus to visit the newly opened Ystad Studios Visitor Center on Friday March 23 8.30AM–1:00PM. For more information, visit Film i Skåne’s website.