Showing films and other audiovisual content in European schools
Obstacles and best practices : final report - annexes
How are films used in schools? How could films and other audiovisual content be more easily available for teaching purposes? These are the questions explored in this study, which has been carried out by a consortium lead by the Autonomous University of Barceleone for the European Commission. The study is divided into three chapters. The school chapter looks into how films are used and how film literacy fits intor the school curricula. The industry chapter looks at how films are made availbale for schools by the idustry. And finally the copyright chapter analyzes the legal framework in Europe... for showing films in schools. The study also includes policy recommendations for the Commission for promoting film literacy in European schools.
- Corporate author(s): AEDE , Culture & Media Agency Europe aisbl (CUMEDIAE) , Directorate-General for the Information Society and Media (European Commission) - Now known as... - Now known as... Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (European Commission) , EFTT , IP , Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
- Personal author(s): Westkamp, Guido; Camre, Henning; Tocalachis, Elvira; Pérez Tornero, José Manuel; Guardans, Ignasi Themes: Teaching, Culture
- Subject: audiovisual document, audiovisual programme, copyright, education policy, European school, film industry, film production, teacher training, teaching curriculum, teaching method