The project aimed to understand how film can enable children and young people in schools to share, discuss and exchange understandings of different societies and cultures in ways unique to cinema. Sharing the vision of film's potential in education, the British Film Institute (BFI), Vision Kino and the Danish Film Institute were curious to develop the best model for using film in migrant integration.
Film is a language without borders, which travels easily and attracts audiences, tells stories and stimulates co-creation across nationalities, ages, gender and life experiences. At the same time, the countries of Europe share a commitment for groups of migrants and refugees coming as a result of social, cultural, economic and political change.
Read about the project and its results in these two reports: