Europa Cinemas Young Audience Seminar 2011

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  1. Words participants come up with at the end of the seminar:

     

    Collaboration

    Action

    Feedback

    Interaction

    Thought" provoking

    Focus groups
    Dialog

    Interactivity

    Vision of experience

    Multicultural

    Profitable

    Enriching

    Friendly

    Surprising

    Sharing

    New ideas

    Talks

    Similarities

    Creativity

    Support

    Project

    Network

    Good praxis

    Confrontation

    Power of networking

    New ideas

    Continuity

    Stimulation

    Options

    Optimism

    Meeting

    Social experience
    Exhausting!

    Different

  2. Plenary of Brainstorming session & Debrief: What have we learnt? How will we overcome challenges?
    What happens next?
  3. YOUTH AUDIENCE - EUROPEAN TOP 10 FILMS

     

    1. Les 400 coups (9 votes)

    2. Billy Elliot (6)

    3. Entre les murs (5)

    4. Persepolis (5)

    5. Les Triplettes de Belleville (4)

    6. Nuovo Cinema Paradiso (3)

    7. Kes (3)

    8. La Haine (3)

    9. Ladri di biciclette (3)

    10. Le Renard et l"enfant (3)

     

    (11. Microcosmos (3) )

  4. RESULTS OF OUR CANON-MAKING

     

    General Top 10 Films


    Top films with 3 votes each :

    Blow up
    Nuovo Cinema Paradiso

    Les 400 coups
    Persona

    The Life of Brian

    Vertigo

    Microcosmos

     

    Other films with 2 votes each :

    A bout de souffle, Apocalypse Now, Blade Runner, Breaking the Waves, Casablanca,Citizen Kane, La Dolce Vita, The Godfather, Gomorra, Hiroshima  mon amour, Il Conformista, In The Mood For Love, Das Liebe der Anderen, Ladri di biciclette, Le Mépris, The Modern Times, Manhattan, Once Upon a Time In The West, Clockwork Orange, Rashomon, Roma città aperta, Scarface, Some like it hot, Das Weisse Band & Todo sobre mi madre.

     

  5. Presentation & Discussion: results
    of our canon-making. How would we use these?
  6. WEDNESDAY 29 JUNE 2011
  7. Guided Tour of the Cineteca library.

  8. "Reminiscence" session - Presentation led by Angela English (Birkbeck College)

     

    SCREENING OUR MEMORIES

     

    - A year-long pilot project funded by Film London through the Digital Film Archive Fund.

     

    - In-cinema archive screenings and reminiscence events for the general public.


    - Intergenerational events using archive film for a public audience.


    - A training programme for age care sector workers and film industry and education workers on using archive film and reminiscence particularly with older people, including those with dementia.


    SCREENING OUR MEMORIES TOOLKIT


    - A direct result of the experience and insight gained while delivering training and working with trainees.

     

    - It provides useful background to theoretical issues around working with older people, working with archive film and to issues around reminiscence work and its place in the theory of memory.


    - It also provides a large number of exercises and session plans for working with clients and groups.


    - An online resource for anyone working with archive film and reminiscence in community or cinema settings, with small or large groups or with individuals.

     

    BENEFITS OF REMINISCENCE


    - Increases social interaction through the sharing of experiences.


    - Helps understanding between generations.


    - Helps to emphasise individual identity and the unique experience of each person.


    - Provides a sense of continuity between the past and the future.


    - For staff- may help to further skills in facilitating groups and generating creative ideas.

     

    - Robert Butler in The Life Review (1963): reviewing one"s life is a natural process people go through to come to terms with the way they have lived their lives.

     

    ARCHIVE FILM AND REMINISCENCE


    - Can be used for a wide variety of reminiscence exercises covering many themes.


    - Can tailor a programme to a specific audience to illuminate everyday experiences in vivid detail.

    - Can awaken cultural and communal memories and connect individuals to their own life course.


    - Important to consider age, gender and cultural appropriateness when choosing archive film for reminiscence work.

     

  9. "Reminiscence" session - Presentation led by Angela English (Birkbeck College)

  10. Audience development in the age of social networks, wikis and blogs: a guided tour & critique of websites, facebook pages, Twitter
    accounts

    Madeleine Probst (Watershed, Bristol, UK) & Simon Ward (ICO, UK)

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