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ERIC Number: ED018126
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1959
Pages: 34
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FILM PROGRAMMES FOR THE YOUNG, REPORT ON A PRESENTATION OF CHILDREN'S FILMS ORGANIZED BY THE INTERNATIONAL CENTRE OF FILMS FOR CHILDREN (BRUSSELS, 19-23 SEPTEMBER 1958). REPORTS AND PAPERS ON MASS COMMUNICATION, NO. 28.
United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, Paris (France).
IN AN EXHIBITION OF CHILDREN'S FILMS BY 20 COUNTRIES, MOST OF THE STORIES WERE ABOUT CHILDREN AND ANIMALS. THE MOST POPULAR FILMS WITH THE CHILDREN WERE THOSE HAVING HUMOR, OR REALITY MIXED WITH FANTASY, OR ENERGETIC ACTION, OR A CHANCE FOR THE CHILDREN TO FEEL PROTECTIVE. ALTHOUGH, POTENTIALLY, CHILDREN CONSTITUTE AN INTERNATIONAL ANDIENCE THERE ARE PRACTICAL DIFFICULTIES IN EXCHANGING FILMS. INDEED, CHILDREN'S FEATURE FILMS, WITH A LIFE SPAN OF TWENTY YEARS, AND WITH ATTENDANCE LIMITED BY SCHOOL, WEATHER, CLIMATE, AGES, AND EVEN SEX, PRESENT SUCH SPECIAL PROBLEMS AND PRODUCTION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION, AND EXHIBITION THAT SERIALS AND FAMILY FILMS ARE RECOMMENDED AS A SUPPLEMENT OR REPLACEMENT. INDIVIDUAL FILMS AND FILM PROGRAMS SHOWN ARE DESCRIBED AND ANALYZED. THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE FROM THE NATIONAL DISTRIBUTORS OF UNESCO PUBLICATIONS IN MEMBER STATES OR FROM MASS COMMUNICATION CLEARING HOUSE, UNESCO, PLACE DE FONTENOY, PARIS-7E, FRANCE, FOR $0.75. (MF)
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Authoring Institution: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, Paris (France).
Identifiers: BELGIUM; Belgium (Brussels)