Media literacy project, which aims to develop the media literacy skills of Lithuanian teachers and senior students, to discover and explore their communities and nurture dialogue with others through media literacy activities. The project pays special attention to audiovisual media and media products that students find appealing (films, advertisements, computer games, social networks, television, multimedia journalism).
The international film education project is intended for children, youth and their educators, cultural and educational institutions. It offers free educational VoD film platform CinEd, where residents of European countries can watch the free European classic and contemporary art house movies. The platform provides comprehensive educational material, young viewers can explore films and share experiences in an interactive space. Various educational are organized to promote European film culture.
An international film education project implemented together with organizations from Spain, Germany, Slovenia and Serbia. Innovative methods of film education aim to develop children’s and young people’s openness and attention to the world, to deepen their relationship with the place of residence and local community. Young people are introduced to the processes of filmmaking and evaluation, it is suggested to discover film as one of the ways of personal expression. One of the most famous activities in Lithuania is Young Programmers project. All activities are free of charge, funded by the EU sub-programme Media and partially supported by the Lithuanian Culture Council.
ARMR is an educational copyright program for Lithuanian schools, promoting the protection of copyright and related rights and developing intolerance to the illegal use of works, practically integrating these topics into the educational process and raising the qualification of teachers. During the program, in collaboration with copyright specialists, the project team and teachers – the kind of ambassadors of this program, a set of methods on copyright for senior grades educators was developed.
A cycle of remote meetings moderated by child and adolescent psychologists for parents raising children aged 9-14. Experts and parents from various media fields share their experiences. The virtual meetings discuss innovations, reflect on how this affects us and our relationships with children, and how the concept of education is changing in the modern media environment.
Trainings have been organized for more than 10 years. Screenwriters, directors, cameramen and other professionals in their fields acquainted with the origins, development, most important directions, modern trends and specifics of their craft. Different ways of approaching the filmed object, getting to know it and telling its story in cinematic language are analyzed. Each task is a new challenge, new rules by which students discover ever new secrets of filmmaking.