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Croatian Animated Films at Festivals in Brazil, Poland and Russia

Animated film festivals Anima Mundi in Brazil, Anìmator in Poznan, Poland and Insomnia in Kaluga, Russia are presenting several Croatian animated films in their competitions and side programmes.

At the international animated film festival Anìmator, taking place 10-16 July in Poznan, Poland, the central competition will screen four Croatian films. Daniel Šuljić’s Transparency, produced by Kreativni sindikat and co-produced by Zagreb film, is having its world premiere. Another competitor for the festival award is Love and Vehicles by Draško Ivezić, Conversation by Ana Horvat, and the Croatian minority co-production Life with Herman H. Rott by Chintis Lundgren.

The international animated film festival Anima Mundi, taking place in Rio de Janeiro 10-15 July and Sao Paulo 17-22 July, presents three Croatian titles. The Gallery competition shows Wake me Up by Dea Jagić, and International Panorama screens Choban by Matija Pisačić and Draško Ivezić’s Love and Vehicles.

Another three Croatian titles will screen at the open-air animated film festival Insomnia, taking place in Kaluga, Russia, 16-19 July. These are Choban by Matija Pisačić, Simulacra by  Ivana Bošnjak and Thomas Johnson, and the Croatian minority co-production Life with Herman H. Rott by Chintis Lundgren, all selected for the section ‘Whose dreams?...’.

Check out more information about Anìmator here, about Anima Mundi on this link, and about Insomnia on this link.

Title photos: Transparent Man; Love and Vehicles; Choban

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