Langenfeld The School Cinema Weeks NRW start on May 30th and run nationwide until June 15th. More than 100 cinemas are taking part, including the Rex cinema in Langenfeld on the main street.
(og) The cinema series ends there on June 10, informs Georg Huff, head of Schauplatz GmbH, which also runs the cinema.
The following films are to be shown during this time: for children up to fourth grade, “Die Olchis – Willkommen in Schmuddelfing” will be shown on the screen in the Rex. Third through seventh graders can watch Summer Rebels. The film “Wunder” is suitable for students from grade five upwards. From the ninth grade it’s “Tacheles” and the chess novella gets to see young people in the ninth and tenth grade.
The organizers of the state-wide school cinema weeks are “Vision Kino – Netzwerk für Film- und Medienkompetenz” and “Film+Schule NRW”. They have joined forces in a joint initiative of the Regional Association of Westphalia-Lippe (LWL) and the NRW Ministry of Education. In view of the pandemic situation, the date has been postponed from the beginning of the year to May/June.
According to a statement from the group of organizers, the focus should be on social issues, in particular on climate-related aspects and a sustainable way of life.
Registration for the 15th edition of the Schul-Kino-Wochen NRW is now possible via the website www.schulkinowochen.nrw.de. There you will find all information about the film program with references to a wide variety of teaching topics as well as free educational material accompanying all films.