This year, Cinemira International Children’s Film Festival brings a selection of recent, award-winning European children’s feature films, many among them will be screened for the first time in Hungary.

Rocca megváltja a világot

The programme includes all three of the nominees of the European Film Academy’s Young Audience Award: My Brother Chases Dinosaurs (d.: Stefano Cipani, 2019); Rocca Changes the World (d.: Katja Benrath, 2019); My Extraordinary Summer with Tess (d.: Steven Wouterlood, 2019).

Az öcsém dinoszauruszokat kerget

The EFA nominations were chosen in a two-step procedure. An international committee consisting of EFA Board Member Vanessa Henneman (Netherlands) and experts Gonçalo Galvão Teles (director/Portugal), Jacek Rembiś (screenwriter/Poland), Joanna Van Der Meer (BFI/UK) and Nora Lakos (Children’s Film Academy/Hungary, ECFA representative) pre-selected six films. A jury of 13-to-14-year-olds then chose the three nominations. On 26 April, the three nominated films will be screened simultaneously to audiences of 12-14-year-olds in 40 countries.

Tess és Én - Életem legfurcsább hete

Cinemira International Children’s Film Festival will screen the films and many more on April 4th and 5th. Full programme coming soon!!