European Cinema for Active Ageing

Co-financed by the Lifelong Learning Programme, Grundtvig Multilateral, CINAGE offers exciting later life learning opportunities, engaging older people with critical analysis of European cinema and practical film making experience, and thus promoting Active Ageing.

During CINAGE Course, later-life learners shoot their own short-films, based on self-reflection on their life experiences and active ageing.



October - 2013 / October - 2015

Target Groups

It is meant for educators of older adults, adult education providers, older people, experts on active ageing and European cinema. Also meant to general public to raise awareness about active ageing and films’ role in fostering its representations and how old age can be dealt with today.

Products and Outcomes

  • A Learning Manual for later-life learners
  • A Guide for Adult Educators & Later-life learning providers
  • Executive summaries on research and pilot actions
  • Factsheets of the 6 European films selected
  • 12 CINAGE short-films
  • Factsheets of the 12 CINAGE short-films
  • 12 situations and strategies to cope with active ageing
  • CINAGE Flyer.

Project Partners

pt AidLearn, Consultoria em Recursos Humanos, Lda (Portugal)

Social Networks