The main target audience for PRIX JEUNESSE Suitcase workshops are children’s TV programme professionals, from public broadcasters, commercial stations, and the independent production scene; however, screenings can also be opened to other interested experts: educators, researchers, students.


PRIX JEUNESSE Suitcase workshops have to be moderated by an expert familiar with the festival in Munich. This can be an expert from the country or the region where the screening is conducted, or the PRIX JEUNESSE office in Munich can help find an expert from a German or European channel.


PRIX JEUNESSE Suitcase workshops can vary in length, from half a day to four or five complete days – depending on the situation, demands and possibilities in the host country.

Choice of programmes:

Depending on the workshop duration, we recommend that the organizers make a selection of PRIX JEUNESSE Suitcase programmes custom-tailored to the specific needs of the country or region where the screening is being held. There might be a specific focus on certain genres or age groups, or participants might want to see a cross-section from the highlights of the last three festivals.

Additional features – Voting:

Just like at the Munich festival, PRIX JEUNESSE Suitcase workshop participants can be invited to vote on the programmes presented. Voting should take place at the end of the screening of a genre or age-group block. Voting sheets, voting information and criteria can be provided by the PRIX JEUNESSE office.

PRIX JEUNESSESUITCASE screenings for children’s audiences:

PRIX JEUNESSE Suitcase screenings can also be conducted for children’s audiences. To avoid language problems – all Suitcase programmes are in their original language and have English subtitles – it is recommended to select programmes without dialogue. If you plan to conduct screenings for children’s audiences please get in touch with the PRIX JEUNESSE office for more information (