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3rd Cinemira International Children’s Film Festival 
Photographer: Gábor Varga
3rd Cinemira International Children’s Film Festival
National Dance Theatre
3rd April, 2020 11.00 am

#cancelled

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The professional programme on 3 April is free, but pre-registration is required. For more information visit the website of the programme.

Every year, countless excellent films are made for children, but only a few of them can be seen in cinemas or on television. The mission of the Cinemira International Children’s Film Festival is to present its audience with prime family films that convey value, and offer entertaining lessons about human emotions, the world and the different cultures, in ways that take into account the age of the young viewers.
At the festival, children can meet the actors who let their favourite character speak in Hungarian, can try dubbing itself, get tips on preparing for casting, and learn the secrets of good makeup, or what an editor does. Cinemira also lets visitors take a look behind the scenes of animation, film making, and acting in film. Held at the National Dance Theatre in Millenáris Park, the festival also awaits families with a fair of film-related books and comics, open throughout the event.

This event of the Budapest Spring Festival is presented by Müpa Budapest as a joint program with Human Rights and Culture Foundation.
Supporters: National Cultural Fund, National Film Institute

National Dance Theatre
1024 Budapest, Kis Rókus utca 16–20.

3rd Cinemira International Children’s Film Festival

3rd Cinemira International Children’s Film Festival 
Photographer: Gábor Varga

Every year, countless excellent films are made for children, but only a few of them can be seen in cinemas or on television. The mission of the Cinemira International Children’s Film Festival is to present its audience with prime family films that convey value, and offer entertaining lessons about human emotions, the world and the different cultures, in ways that take into account the age of the young viewers.
At the festival, children can meet the actors who let their favourite character speak in Hungarian, can try dubbing itself, get tips on preparing for casting, and learn the secrets of good makeup, or what an editor does. Cinemira also lets visitors take a look behind the scenes of animation, film making, and acting in film. Held at the National Dance Theatre in Millenáris Park, the festival also awaits families with a fair of film-related books and comics, open throughout the event.

This event of the Budapest Spring Festival is presented by Müpa Budapest as a joint program with Human Rights and Culture Foundation.
Supporters: National Cultural Fund, National Film Institute

National Dance Theatre
3rd April, 2020 11.00 am

#cancelled

Youtube

The professional programme on 3 April is free, but pre-registration is required. For more information visit the website of the programme.
National Dance Theatre
1024 Budapest, Kis Rókus utca 16–20.

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