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AgriCulture Film Festival


The Agri Culture Festival aims to raise awareness of the links between culture, agriculture, food production and biodiversity and to become an innovative environment where to meet and exchange audiovisual productions on these links.

The Festival wishes to bring young people, the world of learning, independent filmmakers and cinema-lovers closer to farmers and their world

All institutions and associations dealing with formal or nonformal learning, farmers, as well as independent filmmakers, are encouraged to realize short films on what “Agri Culture” means to them.


The Objectives of the festival:

Spread knowledge and awareness about farming, its values and products in different environments;
To create a connection between schools, cinema and the agriculture worlds;
Foster strong links among different players in education, the audiovisual arts and farming, in opening up new communication avenues for quality products and training opportunities for young people;
To open new promotional channel for quality agricultural products;
Contribute to sustain green economies;

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“Agri Culture” originates from the collaboration between Flos Olei, a world leader in the promotion of extravirgin olive oil and food quality, and MEET (Movies for European Education and Training) promoting media use and cinema festivals in Education and Training.

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Sections - 2018

  • AGRICULTURE EUROPE

    PARTICIPANTS ADMITTED: Operating in Europe: farmers and agricultural enterprises, all kinds of schools, universities, institutions and associations dealing with education and training, independent filmmakers; Olive producers, oil mills, social oil mills and producers’cooperatives, producers’ associations, traders and packers.

    THEMES ADMITTED: Original works realized in Europe in the last 3 years showing the links between culture, agriculture, food production, culture and olive growing, production and olive oil quality; biodiversity. These works may also focus on issues related to the historical and literary aspects of these links, land use, agroecology and food production, as well as the olive oil production process and tasting, with an eye towards the fostering of green, sustainable economies. The festival welcomes the submission of videos realized on these topics within EU-funded programmes dedicated to agriculture, culture and education and training. STYLISTIC TYPE ADMITTED:Documentaries, news reports (with interviews, environments), commercials, fiction, animation movies and "hybrid" productions (maximum length of 30 minutes).
  • AGRICULTURE WORLD

    PARTICIPANTS ADMITTED: Operating oustide Europe: farmers and agricultural enterprises, all kinds of schools, universities, institutions and associations dealing with education and training, independent filmmakers; Olive producers, oil mills, social oil mills and producers’cooperatives, producers’ associations, traders and packers.

    THEMES ADMITTED:Original works realized outside Europe in the last 3 years showing the links between culture, agriculture, food production, culture and olive growing, production and olive oil quality; biodiversity. These works may also focus on issues related to the historical and literary aspects of these links, land use, agroecology and food production, as well as the olive oil production process and tasting, with an eye towards the fostering of green, sustainable economies. 

    STYLISTIC TYPE ADMITTED: Documentaries, news reports (with interviews, environments), commercials, fiction, animation movies and "hybrid" productions (maximum length of 45 minutes).
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