The International Animation Film Festival is for all of the family, with more than 300 different animation movies from around the world screened at the Flagey Centre in Brussels during Anima.During these 10 days of lively celebration, more than 45,000 spectators should pass in the corridors of Flagey but also in Cinematek for a tribute to Isao Takahata, at the Cinema Galleries for an exhibition Paul Bush and at the Palace for the feature films cÃ©sarisÃ©s within the framework of focus France. In addition to the rooms that host decentralization in Wallonia (Mons, Charleroi, Namur, LiÃ¨ge and Nismes) and Flanders (Ghent, Antwerp, Louvain and Genk). In short, ten days entirely devoted to animation with a total of 385 films screened over more than 100 sessions.We have provided the event website link for you to find out more.
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