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Best Birthday Ever Best Birthday Ever

Michael Ekbladh / Sweden, Netherlands, Germany / 2021 / 74 min / Dubbed / 4+

Little Charlie, a small rabbit, lives with his loving family and pets in a house at the edge of town. Like many 5-year olds, Little Charlie goes to a kindergarten and plays with his friends in the neighbourhood. He is used to having his parents’ full attention – but all of that changes when his baby sister Clara is born, leading to an unexpected adventure with his best friend Monica.

“It is a great adventure in itself to direct a good and exciting movie for the younger children. A story we try to tell from their own unique perspective. A story of courage, acceptance, growing as an individual and understanding the needs of others,”

- Michael Ekbladh

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No Dogs or Italians Allowed Interdit aux chiens et aux Italiens

Alain Ughetto

Wednesday, 30. 11. 2022 / 10:00 / Main Hall

The film is conceived as a fictional dialogue with Cesira, the director’s grandmother, whom he asks everything he would have liked to know. A testimony to the experiences of these generations of Italian migrants and a tribute to their courage.

 

Best of the World II (2022) Svetovni jagodni izbor II (2022)

različni avtorji

Wednesday, 30. 11. 2022 / 17:00 / Main Hall

A programme of the best animated shorts from around the world, programmed to give you a thorough insight into the latest developments and trends in auteur animation, including many award-winners from some of the leading international festivals.

Dozens of Norths Dozens of Norths

Koji Yamamura

Wednesday, 30. 11. 2022 / 19:00 / Main Hall

North is everywhere solitary. Here is all North. This is a record of the people I met in these Norths. However, my memory is fragmented and does not get the point at all. Now I’m starting to wonder my efforts came to nothing. I’m just getting the occasional recognition of the existence of the world through the dull pain that changes shape little by little.