FEST ANČA FOR THE CHILDREN OF ONE WORLD
Fest Anča for the children of One World
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This year, in collaboration with the international animation festival Fest Anča, One World will present for the first time the latest and best animated films from the last two years of the Fest Anča film selection. The session consists of the internationally acclaimed short films To Be Sisters, Marea, Swing to the Moon, as well as the films awarded with the Anča Award, which is given annually by a special children’s jury to the best films for children – Pond (Anča Award 2023) and Mishou (Anča Award 2022). For this screening, we take into account the needs and well-being of all audiences, including the little ones. You have a lot to look forward to!
Anne-Sophie Gousset, Clément Céard; Giulia Martinelli; Marie Bordessoule, Adriana Bouissie, Nadine De Boer, Elisa Drique, Chloé Lauzu, Vincent Levrero, Solenne Moreau; Lena von Döhren, Eva Rust; Milen Vitanov / 2020 – 2023 / 36 min.
France, Germany, Switzerlan
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