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The Cineteca is opening its doors to Europe for young people!

By 5 September 2022No Comments

The date is set for Tuesday 29 March at the Cinema Lumière, for a day on the opportunities that Europe has to offer the younger generations

The event is targeted at young people aged eighteen and over, teachers and operators interested in European planning.

The meeting, organised by the Cineteca, in collaboration with the European Commission’s Representation in Italy – Milan Office and with Europe Direct Emilia-Romagna and Europe Direct Comune di Bologna, will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.

In the morning, a session is planned at the Cinema Lumière during which representatives of institutions and bodies that have participated in projects implemented within the framework of Creative Europe, Erasmus +, European Solidarity Corps and New Bauhaus will present the objectives and results achieved through activities involving young people and Europeans.

Within this context, time will also be made for the story of Cinarts, the European project led by the Fondazione Cineteca di Bologna and financed by the European Commission through the Creative Europe programme, in which BAM! is a project partner thanks to its expertise in audience development.

The project was created to raise this awareness and bring the seventh art closer to a very young audience, through the development of a web platform that provides teachers and students with educational pathways, multimedia materials and creative activities to support the teaching of cinema at school. Elisa Giovannelli and Simone Fratini (Fondazione Cineteca di Bologna – “Schermi e Lavagne” Educational Department) will tell us all about it.

In the afternoon, the participants will be divided into two work tables, one dedicated specifically to film education and the other to issues related to inclusion and sustainability, which are now an essential part of many in many European programmes.

How to take part

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The programme


Moderator: Stefania Fenati (Europe Direct Emilia-Romagna)

PART ONE – Creative Europe

  • 9:30–9:45 a.m. Welcome from Gian Luca Farinelli (Director of the Fondazione Cineteca di Bologna) and Massimo Gaudina (Head of the Representation of the European Commission in Italy – Milan Office)
  • 9:45–10:00 a.m. The Creative Europe MEDIA programme – Maria Silvia Gatta (European Commission – Directorate‑General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology– DG CONNECT) ONLINE
    10:00–10:30 a.m. Projects and platforms:
    – ABCINEMA and CINARTS – Elisa Giovannelli, Simone Fratini (Fondazione Cineteca di Bologna – “Schermi e Lavagne” educational department)
    – THE FILM CORNER – Silvia Pareti (Fondazione Cineteca Italiana, Milan)
  • 10:30–10:40 a.m. The Creative Europe Culture programme – Anna Conticello (Project Manager Desk Italia – Creative Europe Culture, MIC)
    10:40–10:50  a.m. Projects and platforms: Small Size and Mapping – Roberto Frabetti (Teatro Testoni Ragazzi – La Baracca, Bologna)
  • 10:50–11:00 a.m. Q&A
  • 11:00–11:30 a.m. Coffee Break

PART TWO – Erasmus + and other programmes

  • 11:30–11.45 a.m. The Erasmus + programme, European Solidarity Corps and the European Year of Youth – Piera D’Arrigo (European Commission – Directorate-General for Education and Culture – DG EAC)
    11:45 a.m. – 12:05 p.m. Projects and good practices:
    – Erasmus + (Educational mobility for professional training) – Andrea Lombardi (Coop.UNISER)
    – European Solidarity Corps – Silvia Gabrielli (Associazione YouNet)
  • 12:05–12:15 p.m. The New Bauhaus – Erminia Sciacchitano (National contact point for New European Bauhaus, MIC)
    12:15–12:25 p.m. Bauhaus prize – Giulia Damiani (Shifting Lab)
  • 12:25–12:35 p.m. The Lux Prize – Stefania Bertolini (European Parliament office in Milan)
  • 12:35–12:45 p.m. Q&A
  • 12:45–1:00 p.m. Conclusions


  • 2:30–4:30 p.m. Work tables:
    1. Cinema education and teaching; 2. Inclusion and sustainability in European programmes
  • 4:30–5:00 p.m. Feedback and conclusions