#Ethical Cinematography: The Society Explained By Children

Since 2004 Festimaj has been offering international screenings for short films made by children and young people between the ages of 4 and 30.

A festival celebrating the diversity, that offers screenings in over 35 countries for all short films made by children and young people.

An international network of directors, co-organisers and broadcasters enabling children, young people and adults to see these original films.

An ethical cinematography. Committed films dealing with crucial societal issues: education, tolerance, migration, education for peace, children’s rights, ecology…, the fight against discrimination, harassment at school, ill-treatment, corruption… so many subjects to build a citizens’ identity, change one’s outlook and open up to others.

Access to culture for thousands of children and young people in a pool of over 500,000 spectators in more than 150 venues.

What are you weating for? Involve children and make your short film!


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