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The Institut français programmes and projects
The 3rd edition of the VR screenwriting residency started by the Institut français and the VR Arles festival is taking place from 23 to 29 August in Arles.
This residency aims to support authors and artists, French and international, in developing a virtual reality scenario writing project in French. In enabling the winners to deepen their knowledge about the creative and narrative potential of immersive technologies, this residency aims to give the keys to writing a virtual reality project and facilitate the convergence of different artistic forms (digital and visual art, photography, live performances…).
The 2020 edition will host 9 residents (including 2 remotely) who will work on writing 6 original and innovative projects in virtual reality:
For the new school year in September 2020, the Institut français is launching a new platform to promote film education in Europe, the European Film Factory, supported by the MEDIA sub-programme of the Creative Europe programme.
The programme has been developed in partnership with ARTE Education, subsidiary of ARTE, the European cultural television channel behind the digital education service Educ’ARTE, and European Schoolnet, a not-for-profit organisation which brings together thirty-four Education Ministries in Europe.
From 24 to 29 September 2020, the Institut français is organising a Focus devoted to the French-speaking world, in partnership with the Zébrures d’Automne festival in Limoges. It is the opportunity for the international schedulers invited to discover the diversity of creation in French and imagine the outlines of speaking French in the world that follows.
In the current context of an international health crisis, the entire cultural network abroad is working to ensure the continuity of its services and missions. In particular, given the closure of many establishments, alternative solutions are being implemented every day to maintain the link with the public, offer educational continuity, and maintain actions related to cultural promotion, dissemination and cooperation.
With the aim of sharing the responses provided by the network more widely throughout the world, the Institut français proposes to list the initiatives developed to address this situation.
This first brief list will be completed quickly and regularly updated.
The internet is full of opportunities for artists, authors and producers who are cultural specialists.
In its role of supporting this large group of professionals, the Institut français offers you a selection of programmes, training courses and resources implemented to facilitate and promote the activities of the cultural and creative industries.