NexSchools Partners with Takorama Online International Children’s Film Festival 2021
NexSchools partners with Takorama Online International Children’s Film Festival 2021, under the patronage of UNESCO to promote the film festival among schools and children in India.
NexSchools has partnered with the International Film Festival Takorama, under the patronage of UNESCO. The festival of short films addresses the theme of solidarity, tolerance, respect for others, and sustainable development.
Olivier Defaye, President of NPO "Films for children" said, “Many children in India will discover and enjoy the films but also give their opinion and vote for their favorite films. We hope the festival will be an opportunity for some to discover a vocation as a budding cinephile, but also for all to consider images not just as entertainment but as a tool to communicate their vision of the world.”
The film festival has come in a time when India is facing a very difficult situation and children are all homebound. This international festival is exploring the theme of humanism and ecology, entirely free of charge and without advertising, with the aim of enabling children to stay in contact and pursue schooling activities at home. The films are available in 20 languages including Hindi, Bangla and English.
The objective of the festival is to offer children original short films on the theme of solidarity in a free and educational context. Each short film is accompanied by a pedagogical sheet.
Mradula Singh, Founder & CEO of NexSchools informed, “The Takorama Film Festival brings films on various topics to support social and moral understanding, to teach values and character. It is available for children from preschool to high school.” She added, “During the time when we are facing many challenges in online schools the use of films can be effective in learning as an alternative tool besides adding it in the classroom instruction can be entertaining and welcoming for engagement.”
During the festival, the children are invited to vote for their favorite short film but also to participate in educational activities. Beyond the cinematographic and artistic education, the festival aims to assert the educational dimension of cinema by positioning it at the side of literature and painting as a resource liable to accompany and support the teachers as a whole and to allow the children to perceive animated images not only as an entertainment but also as a communication tool.
The festival is presented by Films Pour Enfants and in partnership with UNESCO, UNDOC besides many other international partners.
More information is available at - http://www.nexschools.com/article-details/Takorama-Online-International-Childrens-Film-Festival/1200.aspx
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The NexSchools is a private entity working with one mission to make awesome education and parenting. NexSchools vision for education is to look beyond academic achievements to build a positive community with a strong ethos.
NexSchools supports, advocates and promotes social causes both in India and globally, public or private that creates an environment of happiness, media and information literacy, online safety, or supporting Sustainable Development Goals. Make Happier & Safer Internet Experiences - the campaign for Cyber Safety Awareness by NexSchools is a holistic and pragmatic approach for tacking online safety challenges in schools. To achieve this objective, age-specific educational resources with certificate courses and books (primary and secondary education) are developed for positive and responsible Internet use. The goal is to prepare a new generation of learners equipped for the future digital media literacy skills as per guidelines provided in UNESCO Media and Information Literacy framework.
As a part of the partnership with the TAKORAMA Festival, NexSchools happily ensures the communication and promotion of the film festival in India.
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