Athens Festival pays special attention to Greek content

The 4th Athens Int’l Children’s Film Festival (ATHICFF) celebrated its triumphant return to physical venues with an expanded programme of over 120 films screening (13-21 November) across 4 venues in Athens. Among the 13 feature films was THE APE STAR, the first feature film dubbed in Greek by the festival, in collaboration with the Swedish Embassy.


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Digital KIDS for KIDS launches three webinars

Fest of Fests, an Athens-based network for Youth Film Festivals, Film Education Organizations, and Film content-related Institutions from all over the world, launches a new project. The digital KIDS for KIDS is a service addressing children who are into filmmaking. This service will present audiovisual content made by children and will organize an annual award and a Summer Youth Film School. In the run-up to the implementation of this service, now three inquisitive webinars are organised.


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Producers LINK at Kids Kino Industry

This year Kids Kino Industry and Cinekid for Professionals joined forces to launch Producers LINK, a newly established programme for emerging producers of children’s content. The programme is designed to stimulate the production of top-quality children’s content and pan-European co-productions, and will provide follow-up both during and after the two leading kids events in Autumn.


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