Zagreb to host children's KinoKino festival

The first Croatian festival of international professional feature films for children, KinoKino, will take place at Zagreb's Europa cinema on March 16-20, featuring some 30 films from all over the world which one most often cannot see in the cinemas, in an attempt to give children the foundations based on which one day they will be able to appreciate quality films.

Behind the KinoKino festival is the creative team of the Zagreb Film Festival.

The competition programme is divided into feature and short film categories. Seventeen films will be shown, including those from Sweden, Estonia, India, Australia, Brazil, the US, and South Korea.

The festival will be opened by the Indian film "Rainbow". The official part of the festival ends on March 19, with the announcement of winners and an award-giving ceremony.

Last update: Sun, 13/03/2016 - 18:28


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