September 3, 2021 @ 19:00:00
September 4, 2021 @ 23:30:00
In Timisoara, autumn start with Animest!
During the first weekend, on 3rd and 4th of September, movies from the coolest sections of the festival will come to Timisoara and will stop at Faber.community, for a series of screenings indoor and outdoor.
The program of the Animest sheep for these two days looks like this:
19:00: Bikes, Beasts and Washing Machines – a selection of animated short films made by the Network of Animated Film Festivals in Central and Eastern Europe
21:00: Brazen: Rebel Ladies Who Rocked the World – a series adapted from the best-selling comic book Culottées, by Pénélope Bagieu, with portraits of 30 women who revolutionized the world in their own way
23:00: Erotica: The Night of Erotic Animation – you guessed it, the boldest section in the festival's history
10:00 & 11:30: Two delicious programs for kids, a part of the Minimest section of the festival – Animated Animals & Little Explorers
11:30 & 15:30: Workshops for children, supported by Raul Lile, illustrator and animator, in which children will get acquainted with stop-motion animation - registrations can be made exclusively online, through the Eventbook platform (link )
21:00: Feature film Calamity, a Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary (d. Rémi Chayé)
23:00: Animusic Night aka Animated Music Videos – Best of, YAS!
All events will be organized while in compliance with the safety measures and distancing imposed by the current context.
Tickets cand be bought here: https://eventbook.ro/program/animest-timisoara
The first edition of Animest Timișoata is organized by the Association Animest, in partnership with FABER and with the support Timisoara City Hall and Timisoara Local Council.
The cultural action does not necessarily represent the position of the Timisoara City Hall and the Timisoara Local Council. The content of the cultural action and how its results can be used is the sole responsibility of the authors and the beneficiary of the funding. Timisoara City Hall and Timisoara Local Council are not responsible for the content of the material and how it could be used.