Active Participation of Adolescents in Ahmedabad Int'l Children's FilmFest
The Ahmedabad International Children's Film Festival in India is one of the successful cinematic events dedicated to discovering young talents and promoting global cultures.
According to the Public Relations of the Documentary, Experimental, and Animation Cinema Development Center, International Service: One of the most important missions of this festival, held four times in Ahmedabad, is to portray the world of children's cinema to audiences worldwide, as well as to students and children.
According to the organizers of this cinematic event, the festival can provide a platform for sharing ideas and stories among young people around the world and foster interest in art, culture, and storytelling among children.
This festival, spanning four editions, serves as a bridge connecting generations, cultures, and ideas. Believing in the immortality of children as future heroes, the festival strives to convey their voices and opinions to the world.
Participants in this festival compete in various categories, including short films, student films, feature films, documentaries, and animations. Other programs of the festival include interactive workshops, entertaining events, screenings, and award ceremonies.
This cinematic event not only introduces artistic works but also aims to be a bridge for communication among different individuals, promoting critical thinking and cultural diversity, especially among children and adolescents.
The fifth edition of the Ahmedabad International Children's Film Festival is scheduled to take place from December 8th to 10th in India. The animations "The Sewing Wheel" and "Birthday," produced by the Documentary, Experimental, and Animation Cinema Development Center, have found their way to the Ahmedabad Children's Film Festival in India.