• ₪Remise des prix / Award ceremony

          

  • Une nouveauté pour la dixième édition de festival Bien loin d’être limité à un public restreint, le film d’éducation plaît aujourd’hui à un large public. Souhaitant prolonger son rôle de découvreur et de soutien aux films d’éducation, pour sa 10e édition, le Festival européen du film d’éducation met en place un prix pour soutenir leur diffusion à travers la France métropolitaine et d’outre mer. Attribué à un des longs métrages présentés en compétition, par un large jury composé de représentants des Ceméa de différentes régions françaises, organisatrices des actions décentralisées du festival, il consistera en l’organisation d’une douzaine de « projections rencontres » de celui-ci et par un achat de droits dévolu à la diffusion du film primé dans les territoires d’outre-mer. En organisant ce prix, nous espérons contribuer à une meilleure diffusion des films d’éducation et plus particulièrement du plus stimulant et enrichissant d’entre eux.

  • The closing night

    will be followed by the announcement of the winners and the award ceremony. Three prizes will be awarded, namely the Grand Prix by the festival’s Grand Jury, the Youth Jury Prize and the Prize for the full-length educational film by those responsible for the decentralised editions of the festival. Exceptionally this year, to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the festival, a special "10 years of programming" jury has been created, which will award a prize to its 3 favourite films from the festival from the past 10 years.
    These prizes have a financial component, with a special agreement for supporting the screening of these films in cinemas. Indeed, having consulted directors and producers, the festival organisers have combined the awarding of prizes with the screening rights for the films throughout mainland and overseas France, under a non-commercial approach. The aim is to increase public debate on educational issues based on films.
    The Ceméa and their partners have organised "conversations, reflections and feedback" from the Festival of educational films throughout mainland and overseas France and, from 2015 onwards, in Europe, based on the screening of selected or prizewinning films from Évreux. In 2013/2014, events have been organised in Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Poitou-Charentes, Champagne-Ardenne, Alsace, Bretagne, Pays de la Loire, Aquitaine, Languedoc-Roussillon, Île-de-France, Auvergne, Franche-Comté, Rhône-Alpes, Guadeloupe, New Caledonia, Réunion, Mayotte, Martinique, Guyana, PACA, Limousin and Burgundy. This spin-off organisation involved nearly 200 screenings and around 15,000 spectators.

    New for the tenth edition of the Festival

    Educational films are now enjoyed by wide audiences and are no longer limited to a minority public. For the tenth edition, as part of its desire to extend its role of discovering and supporting educational films, the European Festival of educational films has introduced a prize supporting their screening throughout mainland and overseas France.
    Awarded to one of the full-length films presented in the competition by a wide-ranging jury comprising representatives from the Ceméa from different French regions that organise decentralised festival events, the prize will consist of holding a dozen "screening and conversation" events and purchasing the rights for screening the award-winning film in overseas territories. By organising this prize, we hope to contribute to the more widespread distribution of educational films, in particular the most stimulating and thought-provoking films.

  • Les Ceméa coordonnent l’organisation du Festival,
    animé par un comité de pilotage des partenaires locaux et nationaux.
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