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Film club in Sint-Lukas school in Brussels was officially opened

In the Sint-Lukas school in Brussels, is today the film club was launched, an initiative that kwaliteitsfilm closer to children and young people. As of this week, start the film clubs in the Flemish and Brussels schools, where they every week together outside of the lesson time is movie watching. The flemish minister of Culture Sven Gatz (Open Vld) attended the launch.

St. Luke elementary School and Sint-Lukas Kunsthumaniora, the founders of The film club, intended for infants, children and young people. They can, together with many other young film fans in the Flemish and Brussels schools, starting in October every week a meeting outside of the lesson time is movie watching. Currently, there are 26 clubs officially connected.

Eight years ago in the United Kingdom, a similar initiative was born. It started with 25 clubs. In the meantime, the project has grown to a community of 11,000 film clubs.

The movie consists of three selections tailored to the young target groups and was composed by professionals from the Flemish audiovisual sector. The result is a wide range of titles: short films, documentaries, animated films, feature films from around the world and classics. Each semester is a new movie compiled

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