The morning sessions at the Olympic and Sports Museum Joan Antoni Samaranch are specifically chosen for the younger audiences and they are one of the biggest attractions of the BCN Sports Film, gathering an elevated number of students and their teachers. The different sessions are made of a selection of films out of the 29 that were selected as appropriate for young audiences.
The involvement of numerous Schools, not only from Barcelona but also from other Catalan provinces, guarantees a massive presence of young audiences that receive the values that the festival tries to pass on. An estimated of 1.300 boys and girls will be attending the Olympic Museum during the 8th edition of the BCN Sports Film Festiva, and close to 620 will do so at the Cinemes Can Castellet in Sant Boi de Llobregat, being this year their second participation in the festival.
From the BCN Sports Film’s Organizing team we would like to thank the following schools and High Schools for their participation in this year’s edition: Barres i Ones, Consell de Cent, Gurb, Esportmania, Hipàtia d’Alexandria, Jaume I, Kensington School, Montjuïc, Montmeló, Nicolau Copèrnic, Rafael Casanovas, Rambla Prim, Severo Ochoa i Torre Roja. Schools: Amat Verdú, Les escoles: Antoni Gaudí, Can Massallera, Carles Buïgas, Casablanca, Cos, Garbí Pere Vergés, Immaculada Concepció, Jardí, Jesús Salvador, Sagrat Cor Aldana i Singuerlín, as well as to the Centre d’Estudis Prat.