The new animated feature Where is Anne Frank of Ari Folman is nominated for Best European Animated Feature Film 2021 at the European Film Awards. Animation studio Walking The Dog co-produced the feature for Flanders.
The animated series Rusty (season 2) has been awarded the National Public Prize for Children aged 4 & 5 at the Cinekid Festival in Amsterdam!
The documentary series The Offensive, produced by the Flemish production company Panenka has been awarded a golden medal for Best Documentary in the category Social Issues at the New York Festivals TV & Film Awards.
Ariane Labed has won the Award for Best Actress in the French Competition at this year’s Series Mania Festival for her outstanding performance in the Screen Flanders supported French-Belgian drama series L’Opéra.
Creative Conspiracy’s animated series Ninja Express is to premiere this summer on Ketnet, the BBC, Gulli and Warner Media’s Boomerang.
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