Air France selected for the “I film the profession I like” initiative
For the 12th year running, the French Ministry of National Education, the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, and the French Ministry of Employment are implementing the “I film the profession I like” initiative dedicated to high school pupils and students. This project is a unique opportunity for pupils to discover the world of work and familiarize themselves with the specific codes, expertise and social skills associated with the different professions.
At the film location trade fair in Paris, pupils came to meet the Air France Studio team to present their project. On February 27, pupils and their teachers from Darchicourt de Henin Beaumont high school were invited by Air France Studio to come and produce their film presenting the profession of flight attendant, on board an Air France Boeing 777.
The official CLAPS prize-giving ceremony (the award presented to the winners) chaired by Jean Dujardin will take place in Europe’s largest cinema, Le Grand REX in Paris on May 21 at 14:00. Over 2,700 young people and teachers are expected to attend the ceremony. And more than 30,000 young people will watch the ceremony broadcast live on the internet.