In tandem with their activities in the cinema theatres and in accordance with its objectives for heightened visual media literacy, The Magic Lantern develops numerous projects and activities notably on the Internet, in schools and for television. There are many websites pertaining to cinema on the Internet. However, sites dedicated to visual media literacy and [...]
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In collaboration with the Television Suisse Romande (TSR) The Magic Lantern has created a youth television program entitled «Popcorn» to promote visual media literacy and the discovery of cinema, also for those who are not yet members of The Magic Lantern. An original concept, this program with a provocative title proposes to discover films that [...]
In tandem with their activities in the cinema theatres and in accordance with its objectives for heightened visual media literacy, The Magic Lantern, develops numerous projects and activities in schools for the kindergarten, primary and secondary school levels. Each year The Magic Lantern creates and develops educational activities specifically destined for schools helping children develop [...]
Thanks to its reputation in cinema and youth culture, the Magic Lantern is regularly in demand. Be it festivals or cultural events it organises special screenings, which are always both fun and educational. In Switzerland, The Magic Lantern works together with a number of film festivals: Fantoche in Baden, Kurzfilmtage (short film festival) in Winterthur, [...]
In collaboration with the Télévision Suisse Romande (TSR), The Magic Lantern has also created a youth television program entitled “Popcorn” to promote visual media literacy and the discovery of cinema “without eating too much popcorn”. This program destined for school-age children and their parents, proposes to discover upcoming films about to be released in the [...]
In tandem with its regular film showings and Internet projects, The Magic Lantern creates and develops several educational activities destined specifically for schools each year. The aim of these activities is to provide students with analytic “tools” to help them develop their own unique view of the visual media of today. Educational, fun and creative, [...]