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2015 Animated Film Festival

From October, 1 to October 31, 2015, animated films were honored in over 30 countries. The French Cultural Network and its partners scheduled animated films all over the world.
 
The French Cultural Network Abroad and its partners celebrated animated films throughout the month of October, via public screenings, discussions and encounters, open to a young public and to everyone.
 
The Animated Film Festival this year focused on student films, those awarded and selected for festivals, from schools of the network of French animated film schools (RECA) along with a program of 13 short films proposed by the Institut français – films illustrating the poems of Jacques Prévert, a program of animated documentary films for a young public, short documentary films about school – as well as two feature films released in France in 2014.
 
This Festival was organized by the Association française du cinema animé. The Institut français was a part of the event, in an effort to develop the festival internationally, since 2010. It offers a special program and provides films either on physical media or for downloading from its non-commercial distribution platform, IFcinéma.
 
Over 30 countries participated in the 2015 edition of the Animated Film Festival: Africa (Burkina Faso with the Animated Screen Festival, Morocco, Mauritius Island, Nigeria, Guinea-Conakry, etc.), Latin American (Venezuela, Colombia, Haiti, etc.), Asia (Singapore in partnership with the schools Con Mea, Philippines, in association with the Filipino Animated Film Studios, China within the scope of Shanghai 7th Art and International Animated Image Festival of the China University of Communication, etc.), Europe (Greece, within the scope of the Animasyros Festival, Turkey, within the scope of the Canlandiraniar Festival, Portugal, within the scope of the Festa do cinema francès), Middle East (Egypt, within the scope of the Animated Days of Cairo, Oman, etc.).
 
In France, the Animated Cinema Festival also offered an opportunity to welcome ‘‘Korea, animated’’, two contemporary Korean Animated Film programs (‘‘Contes de faits’’, 10 films for a general public and ‘‘Cache-Cache’’ (Hide-and-Seek), with 6 films for a younger audience) as part of the Korea in France Year.
 
 
 
 
 

Program

 
Pictures
  •   "En sortant de l'école"  
  •   "Gus petit oiseau, grand voyage" by Christian de Vita