Tafxnaf at the Valletta Film Festival 2018

The Tafxnaf films premièred on Saturday 9 June 2018 during the Valletta Film Festival.

 

What do you know about Tafxnaf?

Tafxnaf Poster

Tafxnaf is a project of the Valletta 2018 Foundation, which invited all Form 2 students, in Malta and Gozo, to write a story, or draw a picture detailing an aspect of their life.

 

Several schools took part, and many organised PSCD sessions during which the children read their stories to each other.

Many a beautiful, interesting and poignant story came out of this process.

Tafxnaf stories
Children voting on stories

The students voted on the story that they liked best.

The chosen stories were passed on to the young people on the Children's Council, so that they could choose the 25 stories that made it to the next phase: a series of workshops on cinema and story-telling.

 

Stories at the Children's Council
Children making a film

Towards the end of the workshops, the participants chose five stories, and have been divided into five groups. Each group will now turn a story into a five-minute film.

 

However, all the stories written for Tafxnaf will be published on this website, and will be archived at the National Library.

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The Tafxnaf films premièred on Saturday 9 June 2018 during the Valletta Film Festival.

 

Tafxnaf Poster
Tafxnaf stories
Children voting on stories
Stories at the Children's Council
Children making a film

Tafxnaf at the Valletta Film Festival 2018

The Tafxnaf films premièred on Saturday 9 June 2018 during the Valletta Film Festival.

 

The films will be shown again on Sunday 10 June at 14:30 and on Friday 15 June at 16:30. Free tickets can be booked for either date:

What do you know about  Tafxnaf?

Tafxnaf is a project of the Valletta 2018 Foundation, which invited all Form 2 students, in Malta and Gozo, to write a story, or draw a picture detailing an aspect of their life.

 

Several schools took part, and many organised PSCD sessions during which the children read their stories to
each other.

Tafxnaf Poster

Many a beautiful, interesting and poignant story came out of
this process.

Tafxnaf stories

The students voted on the story that they liked best.

Children voting on stories

The chosen stories were passed on to the young people on the Children's Council, so that they could choose the 25 stories that made it to the next phase: a series of workshops on cinema and story-telling.

Stories at the Children's Council

Towards the end of the workshops, the participants chose five stories, and have been divided into five groups. Each group has turned a story into a five-minute film.

 

However, all the stories written for Tafxnaf will be published on this website, and will be archived at the National Library.

Children making a film

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on Facebook:

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