I just received this from a listserv I belong to which promotes the study of new media from an anthropological perspective. Teachers and students who are in or plan to be in the UK can attend the educational programmes at the London Film Festival at no charge. Here are the details:

The Times BFI 51st London Film Festival invites students and educators
to attend select Festival films for FREE!

The LFF Education Programme gives education audiences the chance to
experience some of the best new films from around the world in free
screenings, workshops and events throughout the Festival period.
Including screenings of some of the most anticipated feature and short
films from the Festival, there's an opportunity to experience
cutting-edge cinema from China, Argentina and Senegal, alongside
UK-premieres of some of the best new British and North American
documentaries and features.

The films selected for the programme can support teaching in areas
ranging from Media/Film Studies to Cultural Studies and Anthropology,
and provide insightful and unusual looks at everyday life around the
world by gifted filmmakers.

Full details are available at www.lff.org.uk/education, or ring 020 7815
1357 or email festival.education@bfi.org.uk with any questions.

Places are limited at some screenings, so we advise booking early.

Many Thanks,

Alicia Blum-Ross
Education Co-ordinator
The Times BFI 51st London Film Festival
Festivals Office
BFI Southbank
Belvedere Road

T: +44 (0)20 7815 1357
E: alicia.blumross@bfi.org.uk


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