The Kristiansand Int’l Children’s Film Festival for the first time will have its Industry Programme, the largest ever presented at the festival, taking place entirely online. Sign up here and do it fast… the accreditation deadline is 21 April! Free of charge for ECFA members!
Kids Kino Industry, international co-production forum and networking event, is now looking for new diverse, forward-thinking film and series ideas for today’s generation of viewers to be presented in front of Decision Makers and Investors.
Short films are the true expertise of the Ciné-Jeune de l’Aisne festival. No less than seven short film competitions were presented in the festival’s spring event. Later this year an autumn edition will be celebrated, but the ECFA Award winner has already been decided.
The Children’s & Youth Cinema at the 67th Int’l Short Film Festival Oberhausen goes online again. Crowded screenings, the opportunity for kids to watch shorts from across the globe together and talk to filmmakers are essential to the festival. The second online edition confronts the festival not only with limitations, but also with opportunities.
The Schlingel team is optimistic about organising the festival’s 2021 edition (9–16 October). “I don’t think things can get worse than it was in 2020, and still we reached out to 13,000 viewers. Since we managed to do it once, we can do it again,” says festival director Michael Harbauer.