The Italian Contemporary Film Festival, at the second annual edition, has launched a mini festival reserved to children and youths, with a selection of italian films, from Pinocchio to an ancient Rome adventure, geared towards primary and secondary school students from ages 8 to 18. The main goals of the junior Italian Film Festival is to use the cinema as a tool to enrich students’ analytical and critical skills and to use film to develop the knowledge of italian language and culture while enjoying the best of contemporary italian cinema. At the Festival will be premiers the new italian Pinocchio. The Junior film festival is presented in collaboration with Centro Scuola e Cultura Italiana and the Italian Cultural Institute, synergy that will develop interaction between students, critics and directors through debates and creative workshops.
The ICFF Junior, the first and only festival of its kind in Canada, will run from May 7 to 11, 2013.
The program will take place at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, Dante Alighieri, and AMC Interchange in Vaughan.
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