Beit Berl College is proud to announce that CILECT, the International Association of Film and Television Schools, has selected the Ethics Lab, a project by Beit Berl College's Dr. Dan Geva, into the official flagship program worldwide. Dr. Geva presented the pilot project, which took place over the past year, at the World Congress held in Mumbai India in November, where the project was crowned a success. Dr. Geva received a research grant designed to develop a teaching and research system for teachers from 180 academies around the world. The research site of the project will be launched at the next World Congress in Moscow, 2019.
The Ethics Lab was conceived out of the conviction that ethics matters, equally, to all of us. In that spirit, the program offers a method of collecting ethical evidence from film students around the world, to share with CILECT's global community. The Lab was conceived and developed by Dr. Dan Geva, a senior lecturer in the Film Studies Department of Beit Berl College's Faculty of Arts-HaMidrasha.