Cinewax Educational Program 2021

Image education through African and diaspora cinemas

A turnkey program with screenings, debate, and cinema workshops for young audiences.

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After 5 years of original cultural programming and festivals in cinemas, the Cinewax association creates the first Cinewax Program Education , a series of turnkey educational programs (screenings & workshops in class) intended for schools and institutions to make people discover to the spectators of tomorrow Africa and its cultures.

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We have received the Africa2020 Season label, a season implemented by the French Institute.

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Any question? Write to us on catalog@cinewax.org

IN BRIEF

A catalog of over 25 films from Afriqua & amp; diasporas

11 educational themes designed by grade level

6 Cinema workshops

17 speakers from 1000 Faces and the Koutrajmé school

A lot of love and the will to share the culture of a little-known continent and to open the minds of young people.

Raising awareness of African cultures through cinema

THE PROJECT

The Cinewax Education Program is aimed at students in schools, colleges and high schools, but also users of institutions and other organizations (town halls, media libraries, associations, etc.).

The target audience ranges from 6 to 18 years for schools, and up to 25 years and over for organizations in the educational and institutional network.

Cinewax offers a selection of over 40 films from across the African continent, from the Maghreb to South Africa. We have also selected French films made by filmmakers with African origins.

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The Cinewax Education program and its films are available in Metropolitan France . If you are an organization or establishment from another country, please contact us by email at catalog@cinewax.org

OUR GOALS

  • Promote inclusion and knowledge of others through the discovery of African cultures
  • Create a cultural bridge between countries and young spectators through cinema
  • Refine the critical mind of the youngest through educational activities and reflections on films
  • Encourage public speaking and initiative through group work and cinema workshops
  • Promote open-mindedness, by confronting young people with distant social realities
  • Ask students about their position as citizens in France and in the world
  • Raise awareness on issues of discrimination, representation and gender in particular


CINEWAX RECRUITS VOLUNTEERS


If you are interested in our positions and want to know more, please write to us by email on catalog@cinewax.org with your CV and a short presentation.

- Institutional relations manager & amp; institutions

Demarcation of establishments (call and emails)
Establishment of purchase orders and logistical follow-up
Invoicing follow-up

- In charge of speakers

Follow the logistics of the sessions and make the link between the speaker and the person in charge of the session
Maintain the relationship with the speakers and animate our promotion
Manage the schedule of trainings and interventions

P Volunteer stations for approximately 6h to 10h per week. Remote work



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Themes designed by level and adapted to school programs

Through our programs we address general themes related to the school curriculum, such as Youth in Africa, Migrations, Memories of slavery , African History (s) ( s) ...

We provide educational files to allow the teacher and the tutor to build sessions that will be useful to the 'current student.

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OUR SESSIONS AND INTERVENTION MODULES

We designed an intervention module of 6 hours, composed of 3 sessions of 2 hours, with the screening of the film (s), a debate on the theme, followed by a classroom workshop, and a presentation of the student group work.

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