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Three Croatian Films at Brussels International Animation Film Festival

Life with Herman H. Rott

Life with Herman H. Rott

Three Croatian animated films will be screened at the 35th Anima, the Brussels International Animation Film Festival, will take place from 5-12 February…

Daniel Šuljić’s short animated film Transparency, Dinko Kumanović’s Sweet Dreams and the Croatian minority co-production Life with Herman H. Rott by Chintis Lundgren will feature in the competition programme at the festival.

Transparency is produced by the Kreativni Sindikat and co-produced by Zagreb Film. The film will be screened in the international competition alongside the award-winning animated short Life with Herman H. Rott, co-produced by Estonia’s Chintis Lundgreni Animatsioonstuudio, Adriatic Animation from Pula, the Artistic Organisation Anima from Zagreb, and Denmark’s GoodJobStuidios.

The short animated film Sweet Dreams, produced by Zagreb Film, premiered at last year’s Animafest, and will be screened in the international children’s programme in Brussels this year.

The 35th Anima Festival will feature 135 short films from around the world, while an international jury, as well as the audience, will select the winners of the festival. Along with short films, the festival will also screen feature animated films including Anomalisa by Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson and Miss Hokusaï by Japan’s Keiichi Hara. Both Japan and Great Britain animation will be highlighted at this year’s festival.

You can follow the festival on their official website here.


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