It is the fifth time that a project is carried out in West Pomerania, which introduces film art to children, adolescents, their parents and guardians. This year it has evolved a bit and from a film project it has become a multimedia project involving various media, e.g. during sound workshops, as well as showing the story presented in the film during knight workshops. This is a whole range of interesting events in 5 cities and in virtual space. SeFF MINI'21 in this year's edition integrates entire families within the framework of, inter alia, sensory cinema, film history lessons, masterclass in the field of new media, film workshops, film production workshops, the aforementioned sound workshops and knight workshops, and in the previous summer edition also, among others, drama, movie poster and comic books, fairy-tale and film therapy. Through the film, the festival develops abilities, improves skills, broadens the knowledge and increases the artistic, cultural and creative competences of the participants. Thanks to interactive animation and educational activities, it awakens creativity and creatively activates children, youth, parents and grandparents. The SeFF MINI does not shy away from technology, on the contrary - it harnesses it to various events. The project also includes groups at risk of exclusion and is present in unusual places. Of course, we will meet with SeFF MINI in Szczecin, but also during activities in Babigoszcz, Grabów, Trzebież and Ryszewko or Kamień Rymański. The project is carried out by professional staff in cooperation with schools, cultural institutions, NGOs and care institutions. You're welcome. Join us. Be SeFF MINI!
We invite you to the events open in Szczecin on the weekend of June 19-20, 2021!
Registration: email@example.com tel. 91 423 69 01
Admission to all events is free
Due to the pandemic, SeFF MINI'21 is partially online. Real-life events in compliance with the sanitary regime, depending on the current epidemiological situation and the recommendations of the Minister of Health
The project is co-financed by the budget of the city of Szczecin and the Marshal of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship.
Co-financed by the Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport from the Culture Promotion Fund - a state special purpose fund.