Europese dag van de korte film - kinderprogramma
On the year's shortest day, EYE and organisations in 13 other European countries will spotlight short film. Alongside a compilation programme featuring six short European films, there will, for the first time, also be an all-ages children's programme. European Short Film Day is an annual event.
EYE, International Film Festival Rotterdam and Go Short – International Short Film Festival Nijmegen have compiled a programme consisting of six European short films. The programme highlights short film's diversity: from the much lauded documentary Traumfrau about a man who finds happiness with a doll to the prize winning animation Wind, winner of the Grand Prix for European student films.
This is the first time that a children's programme (for kids aged 3 to 6) has been compiled. It consists of the crème-de-la-crème of European animation. From the world's creation told in beautiful cut-out animation to the adventures of a caravan of pink imaginary creatures and, as its high point, the prize-winning, Norwegian animation The Magic Times, which uses aurora borealis' colours in an exceptional manner. All the films are dialogue-free and therefore also suitable for the very youngest children.The initiative for European Short Film Day was taken three years ago in France. Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, the Czech Republic, Sweden and Switzerland participate alongside the Netherlands, Germany and France.Children's programme (ages 3 to 6)
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