FACE Foundation

Supporting French-American Cultural Exchange in Education and the Arts

CinéSchool

FOR STUDENTS: a step-by-step guide to watch the film

This school year, your class is participating in the CinéSchool program, a film initiative for students across the United States. The CinéSchool screenings are free and hosted on Festival Scope, a virtual cinema platform.

Your film will be available to watch in the United States during a weekend only (Your teacher will give you the exact dates). You will be able to watch the film individually at home, from your tablet or computer, during those two entire days, at your convenient time.

You can watch the film online on PCs and Macs. You can also watch on Android tablets and phones using Chrome or Festival Scope’s Android App, and on iPhones and iPads using Safari or Festival Scope’s iOS App. (The system is not optimised for Linux.)


How to watch your CinéSchool film on Festival Scope?

1. Go to Festival Scope and click on Sign In

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2. Use the credentials (email and password) given to you by your French teacher. NOTE: Remember not to share this information!

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3. Once signed in, you’ll see MY LIBRARY screen.

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Another way to access the MY LIBRARY section is to click on the top right corner “Signed in as…“and click on “My Library” tab.

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4. Click on play and enjoy the film that’s available for you. Availability may vary so please check the information on the film’s page.

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Any problem? You can contact the team at Festival Scope at contact@festivalscope.com to solve your issues right away (even during weekends!).

Contact

Nathalie Charles
Chargée de mission, CinéSchool
nathalie.charles@villa-albertine.org