Through a special selection of films and various educational workshops, GIFF’s official “Kids in Action” program has become a model for inclusion and social commitment, through the understanding that cinema can be an educational tool.
For children, watching movies represents a diversion from their daily life, which increases their interest and participation. The little ones’ way of learning is playful and relaxed. Projecting a movie is a way to provide them with knowledge that will benefit their creative, cognitive, artistic and expressive capabilities.
We also offer workshops that introduce children to the process of making a movie and an extensive vocabulary related to cinema. We teach children how to interpret the story they’re seeing, which also teaches them how to interpret life and the importance of their decisions.