Along with three other schools, Lauder took part in a joint project focusing on making cinematic art education in secondary schools a reality.
Participating students watch 4-5 films, and then have a chance to talk with invited guests from the film industry who volunteered to take part in the project. The students now have a chance to make short films of their own, which will be presented to the other schools during the course of the year.
Director Károly Makk was our guest at the Lauder Art Festival, who held a discussion about the Danish film “Adam’s Apples”.
The long-term goal of the project is for the participating schools to serve as examples, enabling cinematic art to be much more functionally integrated into public education.