two days to discover cinema through workshops

two days to discover cinema through workshops
two days to discover cinema through workshops

Le Lux, in La Châtre, hosted, Thursday May 23 and Friday May 24, 2024, around the school and cinema and college and cinema systems, the interdegree cinema education days. These were organized by the Apollo cinema, Équinoxe (national stage) and National Education. The objective: the discovery of 7e art during workshops. This year’s theme: the body in cinema.

Primary and middle school students

On this occasion, students from the CM1 and CM2 classes of the Maurice-Rollinat school and the Segpa and Ulis classes of the George-Sand College participated in the four workshops offered: pixilation (an animation technique), light-painting ( a shooting technique), a projection-debate and a burlesque body workshop.

“Throughout the year, there are a significant number of primary and middle school students who participate in school and cinema and middle school and cinema programs across the department”explains Emmanuelle Marcelot, in charge of cultural actions at the Apollo, coordinator of image education. “They followed a spectator journey by seeing three films in the year that they worked with the teachers. For two years, to end the year, we have offered a few classes a day where we will invite them to see two films and begin to deepen their knowledge of how a film is made. »

Several speakers were present: Marion Davy, professor in charge of the Collège au cinéma mission in Indre; Nicolas Robin, departmental educational advisor for musical education; Gaëlle Muller, departmental educational advisor in visual arts; Agnès Rabaté, responsible for the cultural action of the Grande Scène nationale; Alexandre Lauouvea, dancer from the Les Trois cris company and the Lux cinema team for coordinating his two days.

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