Children’s Animation

September 11th, 12:30 P.M.

Animated Songs for Children: Masha and the Bear

Russia, 2021, 11’, 3D

director Elena Chernova, Milana Fedoseeva, Artem Naumov, Rishat Gilmetdinov

A compilation of songs from the hit series “Masha and the Bear”

September 11th, 5:00 P.M.

100% Wolf

Australia, 2020, 85’, 3D

director Alexs Stadermann

“100% Wolf” is the story of Freddy Lupin, heir to a proud line of werewolves. Positive he’ll become a werewolf like his family, Freddy is in for a shock when his first transformation at the age of thirteen fails miserably and turns him into a fearsome… poodle. And just when he thinks the situation can’t get any worse, he is forced into a dog grooming session, gets kicked out on the street and thrown into a dog shelter.

September 12th, 11:00 A.M.


Russia, 2021, 60’, 3D

director Natalia Berezovaya

“Fairy-Тeens” is a story about five young fairies that study and grow up in small pensions. Several pupils have one tutor, an elder fairy. She helps them master the basic magic arts, takes care of their comfort and keeps their world in order as well as helps develop their special talents. Probably, fairy-teens do not look exactly like human beings, but they are elegant, refined, easily hovering in the air, a bit like dragonflies.

September 12th, 5:00 P.M.

The Elfkins – Baking a Difference

Germany, 2020, 80’, 3D

director Ute von Münchow-Pohl

For 200 years elves have been living under the ground, hiding from the world above, avoiding any sort of contact with the “unthankful and evil” humans. But one day Helvy, a mischievous elf, gets tired of the narrow spaces and the unfulfilled dreams. Her and her fellow travellers Kipp and Buck go to the world above the ground, searching for their calling.