This time, we would like to introduce to you the
ECFA (European Children’s Film Association) Jury.
ECFA Jury consisting of representatives of European Children's Film Association also awards its own prize for the best feature film for children.
Marta Nieto Postigo
Content co-director in Drac Màgic, a cultural cooperative based in Barcelona specialized in taking cinema and audio-visual culture to schools, children, and youngsters through a wide range of schemes. She is also a programmer at the Barcelona International Women’s Film Festival. Especially interested in the power of the intersection of education, film, and feminism in the context of global transformation.
Based at Dundee Contemporary Arts, Scotland, Mike promotes the very best in international film for young audiences (aged 3–19). He produces the annual Discovery Film Festival, programmes year-round family-friendly screenings and supports schools and teachers in the development of film as a valuable classroom resource. He also coordinates the Discovery Young Ambassadors, a team of young film programmers (aged 15–19).
Iris is the head of JEF, a brand new organisation for youth film in Flanders, Belgium. JEF deals with distribution, film education, and media literacy activities in schools and beyond, as well as organises a yearly youth film festival in five cities. The festival has initiated the online platform JEF in the hospital, a project for children in hospitals and rehabilitation centres, which has gone international in 2018.