FILM & CLASS 2017
ENFF is back with an exciting new edition of Film & Class program! Schools and universities are invited again to take part in the educational program by screening our films in their classrooms, and students visiting Filmhuis Den Haag to watch amazing films and participate in masterclasses with distinguished guests, screenwriters and producers.
This year’s Film & Class film is incredibly touching and personal documentary MY OWN PRIVATE WAR by Lidija Zelovic: a must-see for anyone who wants to learn more about their own place in the world. Dwelling into her own past and conflicting accounts of the war within her family, Zelovic’s film tells us a much wider story than just one about how war in Bosnia changed her life for good. Searching for the truth, coming to terms with the past and finding a way to move forward is what Zelovic is trying to achieve during her difficult but liberating personal journey.
Screenings can be organized at schools or universities, where a guest speaker or a moderator will be present. The film and the detailed film guide are provided free of charge. Interested in bringing film into your class? Contact us via email@example.com
HOUSTON, WE HAVE A PROBLEM! + MASTERCLASS
For students coming to Filmhuis Den Haag we have a special treat: Slovenian docu-fiction HOUSTON, WE HAVE A PROBLEM! by Ziga Virc, which brought him international recognition, is a masterfully crafted film with an intriguing blend of reality and fiction that recreates recent history through the prism of conspiracy theories. The film is followed by a masterclass with the screenwriter Bostjan Virc and moderated by Prof. Nenad Fiser.
Friday 3 November | 14.30 hours | Filmhuis, Den Haag
Tickets 6 euros: Film and masterclass
We also recommend students to come to Filmhuis Den Haag and watch amazing award winning film: WHITE GOD, by Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó. It’s a story about a relationship between humans and animals, and a brutal, beautiful metaphor for the political and cultural tensions sweeping contemporary Europe. Join this free screening and get a chance to talk to the scriptwriter Kata Wéber during an elaborate Q&A after the film. Moderated by Prof. Nenad Fiser.
Thursday 2 November | 16.00 hours | Filmhuis Den Haag
Free admission: Film and masterclass.
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EUNIC DAY OF LANGUAGES
Celebrating the European Day of Languages, annually on September 26th, ENFF organises an exciting film and language program for high school students (ages 12-17) at Het Nutshuis, The Hague. Through carefully selected short films from Eastern Europe and a lecture from a distinguished linguist from University of Amsterdam, youngsters will be introduced to Eastern European languages and learn more about them. Free admission for students! More info: here
Friday 27 October 15.00 hours | Het Nutshuis, The Hague
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TALK PRO – HOW TO GET NOTICED?
Saturday 4 November | 17.00 – 18.00 hours
Filmhuis Den Haag | Studio B | Free admission
The European film landscape is rich, broad and complex. How to get noticed with my first or second short film or documentary? How to solve a dilemma – whether I need a distributor or a sales agent? How to get one? What is the A.B.C. of the professional co-production scene? Join us and get kick-started in the film industry at ENFF!
For who: ENFF guests filmmakers, those coming from the East and Southeast of Europe, Dutch film students and Dutch young filmmakers
With whom: Mercedes Martínez-Abarca, film programmer and film industry advisor
FLIGHT FOR FREEDOM
Last but not least, in cooperation with the Haarlem college, ENFF has a brand-new project: a one minute film competition on the subject FLIGHT FOR FREEDOM. High school students across the Netherlands are invited to make one minute films and attend the screening of the top 10 in Filmhuis Den Haag when the winner shall be announced. First prize: an ACTION CAM!!! Students can apply their films till 20th of October. More info: here and Facebook.
Interested in collaborating with ENFF’s education program? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.