FILM WORKSHOP ‘Cinemini on Tour’

for children aged 4-6

● 60' 
12 short films for ages 2+ with a total duration of 45'
● 45'
There is nothing orphan girl Jonna wants more than a mother in Linda Hambäck’s animated adaptation of Frida Nilsson’s award-winning novel THE APE STAR, about outsiders and unconventional love.
● Linda Hambäck ● 75' ● Sweden, Norway, Denmark
A friendship forms between a never-aging 10-year-old vampire and an orphan schoolboy, but a moon headed monster throws obstacles in their paths.
● Joann Sfar ● 82’ ● France, Belgium
Following an unfortunate accident, a feisty little mouse and a shy young fox cub unwittingly find themselves in animal heaven. In this strange environment, they will have to put aside their natural instincts and work together to succeed on their journey through this new world.
● Denisa Grimmová, Jan Bubeníček ● 87' ● Czech Republic, France, Poland, Slovakia
Even more amazing animated short stories for children aged 2 and up, without dialogue.
● 45'
What if a painting suddenly came to life and we could enter it and discover an incredible world beyond imagination? The Miró Museum invites us on a surreal journey that reveals the incredible world of art and creativity of the renowned surrealist painter, Juan Miró.
● Mikel Mas,Celia Rico Clavellino ● 60’ ● Belgium, Spain
Short animated cartoons with four-legged heroes for children aged 6 years and above, without dialogue or dubbed in Greek.
● 55'
12-year-old Sophia would like more than anything in the world to spend her summer holidays at the camp with her best girlfriend and her brother, with whom she has a crush, but ends up on an island off the Dalmatian coast with her strict grandmother.
● Radivoje Andrić ● 85΄ ● Serbia/Croatia/Bulgaria/Slovakia
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