Cinemira introduces unique pitch format

The 4th Cinemira Int’l Children’s & Youth Film Festival in Budapest spanned two weekends in October, one dedicated to Cinemira TEEN and one to Cinemira KIDS. In pitch forums for the first time not only professional filmmakers but also teenagers presented their film ideas. Meanwhile, 10 European festival representatives attended the Partner up! Conference to discuss potential future collaborations.

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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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