“Ha! Ha! ha! A film workshop to challenge stereotypes” is an activity aimed at primary schools in the city of Barcelona. Through audiovisual creation, children find a space for self-representation and the challenge of the topics that circulate in audiovisual fiction and in the media about girls and boys.
The project was born in 2018 and is designed jointly with the Tara collective, an association dedicated to the pedagogy, dissemination and creation of audiovisual culture and social and feminist thought. With the aim of bringing boys and girls closer to the language of audiovisual fiction and non-fiction through meaningful learning, from the reworking of standardized discourses and topical gender representations of childhood through of comedy and that their creative proposals generate new stories that surpass and subvert the conventional ones.
The teachers accompany the boys and girls in this process of introspection, debate and representation that is transformed into a series of comic short films with specific formal premises that they must respect. The workshop ends with the collective screening of all the short films made by the participating centers.
Ha! Ha! Ha! is a project with a future perspective that has already accumulated 4 editions and has enjoyed the collaboration of institutions such as the Municipal Institute of Education of Barcelona (IMEB), the Institute of Culture of Barcelona (ICUB), the Catalan Women’s Institute (ICD) and the sponsorship of the Center for Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB) and Foto K.
Conceptualization and coordination of workshops
Design educational materials
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