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CHILDREN’S PROGRAMMING

2023 EDITION

SCHOOL’S SCREENINGS 
FROM MONDAY 18TH TO FRIDAY 22TH. CENTRO SOCIAL DO MAR.

Screenings only for schools and divided in three different sections adapted to audiences of different ages: Kindergarten Section, Children’s Section and Juniors Section.

GALICIAN SCHOOLS CEREMONY
SATURDAY 23TH AT 11:30 AM. CENTRO SOCIAL DO MAR.

Saturday 23th, 11:30 AM – Centro Social do Mar 

In this edition of the Galician Schools Ceremony we will have the presence of the finalist schools in each category: Special Education, Infant and Primary Education and Secondary Education.

During this event dedicated to the audiovisuals made in schools, we will watch the finalist short films and we will present the diplomas to the participating schools and the awards to the two winning short films.

Galician Schools Ceremony

FAMILY SHORT FILMS SCREENING
SATURDAY 23TH AT 06:00PM. CENTRO SOCIAL DO MAR.

Screening of a selection of short films adapted to all kinds of audiences, from the youngest to the oldest at home.

Family Short Film screening
Film workshop: the zoetrope

FILM WORKSHOP: THE ZOETROPE
SATURDAY 23TH AT 04:00 PM. MULTIPURPOSE ROOM.

This workshop will offer children an opportunity to experiment and reflect on the importance of still images in cinema through the construction of a giant zoetrope. The zoetrope was a very popular toy in its time and one of the advances that enabled the emergence of cinema. The making of this toy will help to understand the nature of the moving image and optical illusions, how images are projected on the screen and to discover the possibilities of cinema as a game of magic. 

To attend, prior registration is required at the FICBUEU box office or via the following e-mail address: mariarey@ficbueu.com

Pakolas

MINIFIC: A RAMONA PEQUENA, PAKOLAS
SATURDAY 23TH AT 05:00 PM. OUTSIDE THE CENTRO SOCIAL DO MAR.

A Ramona pequena tells and sings the story of when Ramona travels back in a time machine to her childhood, in the year 1967 in Courel. In the past, when she was only six years old, Ramona starts reading Jules Verne books and discovers fascinated what the moon is. Through rock songs and with the help of characters like teacher Lupe or her friend Nora, Ramona will learn more and more about the moon that interests her so much.

Pakolas has been singing, playing and composing for children for more than 16 years. He was part of bands such as Mamá Cabra and A Gramola Gominola. His solo career began in 2015 and he has already published three CD-books: Pakolas, Ramona Órbita, a dona do tempo and A Ramona pequena vai á lúa.

MiniFIC was created in 2016 with the aim of developing a complete and specific programme for younger audiences. Thus, FICBUEU integrates not only screenings reserved for education centres in the area, which visit the festival every year, but also a whole competitive section specially designed for schools that work with audiovisuals at any educational level.

The Galician Schools Section awards prizes each year for different educational levels through the categories: Special Education, Infant and Primary Education; Secondary Education and Galician Film Schools and Faculties. In addition to the awards and diplomas of participation in the contest, the winning short films receive audiovisual material for the education centres, except in the category of Faculties and Film Schools, where the prize consists of a training course with film industry professionals.

On the other hand, the International Schools Section collects and awards those works that come from educational institutions from all over the world focused on the seventh art. These films, which arrive through the FICBUEU’s main call for entries, find here their deserved space for screening and promotion.

Screening for schools at FICBUEU 2022
Peter Punk at FICBUEU 2019

In addition to the short film competition, MiniFIC includes a series of screenings for schools and education centers of the region in which the Kindergarten, Children’s and Juniors Sections are screened, bringing cinema closer to a wide audience of different ages. These screenings have been accompanied for several editions by the FICBUEU Didactic Units, a teaching material designed and adapted to each educational stage with the aim of disseminating film and promoting audiovisual education.

Each year MiniFIC completes its programme with numerous and varied activities such as storytelling, workshops, concerts, etc.


Minific AWARDS FROM 2016

2023:

PALMARÉS SECCIÓN ESCUELAS GALLEGAS :

Best Short Film from Special Education, Pre-school and Primary: O roubo da Mona Lisa – CEIP Plurilingüe San Marcos
Best Short Film from Secondary Education: Non estás soa. Non cales. Non te peches. Non es a culpábel – IES Salvaterra do Miño
Best Short Film from Galician Cinema Schools and Faculties: A Raia – IES Audiovisual de Vigo

BEST SHORT FILM FROM INTERNATIONAL CINEMA SCHOOLS AND FACULTIES:  Raíces – Maddalena Brozzi, Laura Canogni e Sara Moschini (Italia)

2022:

GALICIAN SCHOOLS AWARDS:

Best Short Film from Special Education, Pre-school and Primary:
‘Carolina e o Corvo de Ás Brancas’, CEIP do Hío
Best Short Film from Secondary Education: ‘Que van dicir de nós’, CPI Alcalde Xosé Pichel
Best Short Film from Galician Cinema Schools and Faculties: ‘Algas Negras’, IES Audiovisual de Vigo

BEST SHORT FILM FROM INTERNATIONAL CINEMA SCHOOLS AND FACULTIES: ‘Yi-Yi’, de Giselle Lin (Lasalle Collage of Arts)
International Cinema Schools Jury Special Mention:
‘Fall of the Ibis King’, de Mikai Geronimo e Josh O’Caoimh (National Film School at IADT)

2021:

GALICIAN SCHOOLS AWARDS:

Best Short Film from Special Education, Pre-school and Primary: ‘Dona Landra no Río Revolto’, CEIP Plurilingüe A Pedra (Bueu)

Best Short Film from Secondary Education: ‘Monte Vivo’, IES Félix Muriel (Rianxo)

Best Short Film from Galician Cinema Schools and Faculties: ‘O que queda de nós’, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y de la Comunicación de la Universidade de Vigo (Pontevedra).

BEST SHORT FILM FROM INTERNATIONAL CINEMA SCHOOLS AND FACULTIES: ‘Hijaisuus’, Saara Hakkarainen

2020:

GALICIAN SCHOOLS AWARDS:

Best Short Film from Special Education, Pre-school and Primary: ‘E o meu aniversario’, CEIP Plurilingüe A Pedra

Best Short Film from Secondary Education: ‘Vida Furtiva’, IES Terra de Trasanco

Best Short Film from Galician Cinema Schools and Faculties: ‘Fermata’, Facultade de Ciencias Sociais e da Comunicación da UVigo

BEST SHORT FILM FROM INTERNATIONAL CINEMA SCHOOLS AND FACULTIES: ‘Avant notre heure’ de Chloé Terren, La Fémis School (France)

2019:

GALICIAN SCHOOLS AWARDS:

Best Short Film from Special Education, Pre-school and Primary: ‘Maruxa e Pepiño’, CEIP Plurilingüe de Guillarei

Best Short Film from Secondary Education:  ‘O meu mellor inimigo’, IES Cacheiras

Best Short Film from Galician Cinema Schools and Faculties: ‘Pegaso 650’, IES Audiovisual de Vigo

2018:

GALICIAN SCHOOLS AWARDS:

Best Short Film from Special Education, Pre-school and Primary:  ‘O segredo do bosque’, CPI Cabo da Area

Best Short Film from Secondary Education: ‘Efecto bolboreta’, IES Macías o Namorado

Best Short Film from Galician Cinema Schools and Faculties: ‘Estatus’, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y de la Comunicación (Universidad de Vigo, Pontevedra)

2017:

GALICIAN SCHOOLS AWARDS:

Best Short Film from Special Education, Pre-school and Primary: ‘A chave para 6.000 presos’, CEIP Torre-Illa (Illa de Arousa)

Best Short Film from Secondary Education: ‘Cousas de vellos’, IES Terra de Trasancos

Best Short Film from Galician Cinema Schools and Faculties: ‘Astral’, Jorge Fernández (Universidade de Vigo)

2016:

GALICIAN SCHOOLS AWARDS:

Best Short Film: ‘Cabelos de Batalla’, IES As Barxas

MiniFIC 2022 by Kalandraka TV

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