The Asian Film Archive is conducting a new series of workshops for educators that
will introduce participants to the basics of film literacy and to the exciting world
of reading film in different contexts. The workshops will provide participants with
excellent insights to the variety of ways films can be experienced and interpreted.
The aim of the Film Educators' Workshops is to provide a platform of resources relevant
to the teaching and learning of the moving image media in the formal sectors of
education. Apart from the introductory course, new workshops add to widen the breadth
and depth of learning film literacy for more advanced educators.
For information on the latest seasons of Educators' Workshops, please visit our
refer to "Workshops".
Comments from past workshop participants:
“Has inspired me to explore more films with my boys…Kudos to you and your team for
an enriching and invigorating morning. It was really relaxing yet highly stimulating!”
– Melissa Neo-Ang, Catholic High School
"Good use of films to allow hands-on experience of what is taught."
- Chia Kel-Li, River Valley High School
"Professionally handled with knowledgeable presenter."
Er Yang, Raffles Girls' School Secondary
“Do continue to offer more screen education programmes!”
– Desiree Teo,
Nanyang Junior College
“Good session on how to critique a film”
– Lim Meng Kean, Innova Junior
"Comprehensive and engaging."
- Lavanath Shanmugan, Republic