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Croatian Children’s Feature Film Festival KinoKino Opens Next Week

Cinema Europa hosts KinoKino

Cinema Europa hosts KinoKino

Zagreb’s cinema Europa will host the first Croatian festival of international professional feature films for children next week…

KinoKino Festival will take place from March 16 – 20 at cinema Europa and will feature over 30 films from all over the world, including India, Sweden, Australia, Brazil, USA, Estonia and South Korea. The festival has a feature and short film competition programme which will feature 17 films.

The aim of the festival is to screen films for children that are not normally shown at the cinema, and which will help them appreciate quality films.
Indian film Rainbow will open KinoKino. The official part of the festival ends on March 19, with the announcement of winners and an award-giving ceremony. More information about the festival can be found on the official website here.

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