In close collaboration with the Ministry of Education, these screenings bring together films from a variety of countries and genres.
Several programs offer a selection of four to eight films accessible for a school audience according to age. The films are shown in their original language with subtitles. At the end of each screening, the students have the opportunity to meet one or several of the featured filmmakers, either from France or abroad, for a Q&A session.

Modern Language Screenings

The festival organizes modern language screenings for German, English, and Spanish classes. Generally made up of several shorts, these screenings are systematically followed by a Q&A session with one or several of the filmmakers, if possible in their native language. After the screening, the teachers can work with their students on the film’s vocabulary or on cinema vocabulary in general. They are also provided with a light pedagogical document.

The German screening benefits from the support of the BordeauxGoethe Institute.