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More than 381 films to be presented at "Animayovka - 2016"

The International Festival of Animated Films "Animayovka - 2016" will present more than 381 films from 45 countries. The event is held on October 27-30, the source at "Kinovideoprokat" informed.

The opening ceremony takes place at "Rodina" cinema theatre on October 28 - The International Animation Day.

103 films from 34 countries have been chosen to compete for the prizes.  Besides, 439 works of children's decorative and applied arts from Belarus, Moldova, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, etc. will be presented.

Any volunteer may take part in master-classes. There will also be specialized demonstrations for children and adults, including those from the gold collection of "Soyuzmultfilm".

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