The animated feature Where is Anne Frank of director Ari Folman is invited for the Official Selection of the Cannes Film Festival (special screening out of competition).
The feature starring Marion Cotillard and Adam Driver was partly shot on location and in studio in Flanders with Flemish professionals joining cast and crew.
The animated feature Coppelia, directed by Jeff Tudor and the Flemish directors Steven De Beul and Ben Tesseur will be screened as a special event at this year's Annecy Festival.
The animated feature Nayola directed by José Miguel Ribeiro and co-produced for Flanders by S.O.I.L. productions will be presented as Work In Progress at this year’s Annecy Festival.
The animated feature La Sirène of director Sepideh Farsi and co-produced for Flanders by Lunanime will be presented as Work In Progress at this year’s Annecy Festival.
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