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The KINOdiseea International Children Film Festival Returns to Tulcea

     After closing the program of the 11th edition in Bucharest, The KINOdiseea International Children Film Festival, arrives in Tulcea, at the Jean Bart, from November 14 to 17.
     For 10 years, KINOdiseea brought to the attention of the audiences in Bucharest and in many other cities in the country, the latest films for children, in premiere in South-East Europe or Romania, appreciated by the international public and the film critics all over the world and which were awarded at international festivals such as Berlin or Sundance, productions with educational and social thematic which are not included in the classical distribution network.
     This year KINOdiseea returns to Tulcea with six international titles that are in the feature film competition for children from 3 to 14 y.o., for family and teachers. The screenings will take place every day from Thursday to Sunday, from 10:00 (the films are dubbed in Romanian) and from 12:00 (the films have Romanian subtitles). Besides the film screenings, the children are welcome to join 3 workshops of entering the film industry: the acting workshop (on Thursday, from 14:00), the directing workshop (on Friday, 15:30) and the stop-motion animation workshop (on Saturday, 14:00)
     The films in the program of KINOdiseea in Tulcea are: My Extraordinary Summer with Tess (directed by Steven Wouterlood; Special Mention of the Jury at Berlinale 2019, Generation section; screened on November 16, from 12:00), Fight Girl (directed by Johann Timmers, European Film Awards - Young Audience Award 2019; screened on November 15, from 12:00), Rocca changes the world (directed by Katja Benrath, awarded at the film festivals in Zlin and Giffoni; screened on November 14 and 17, from 12:00), Bamse and Thunderbell (directed by Christian Ryltenius; screened on November 14 and 17, from 10:00), Lotte and the Lost Dragons (directed by Janno Poldma and Heiki Ernits; screened on November 15, from 10:00) and The Phantom Owl Forest (directed by Anu Aun, awarded at Just Film Tallinn; screened on November 16, from 10:00).
     The reservations can be made by writing to the following e-mail addresses: or
     KINOdiseea is organized by the Metropolis Cultural Association, co-financed by the local budget of the Tulcea Mayor House, co-financed by the Tulcea County Council, in partnership with the Jean Bart Theatre, in partnership with the “Gavrilă Simion” Eco-Museum Research Institute from Tulcea, Esplanada Hotel, the Tulcea County School Inspectorate, the Tulcea Children palace.
     Details: // KINOdiseea FB

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