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Febiofest Junior
Febiofest Junior is a section intended not only for children and young film viewers. It brings films promising a unique cinematic experience for the whole family. This year's selection includes adaptations of remarkable works of world literature for children and young adults which became popular across generations. Director Mark Osborne uses both classical and the most modern animation techniques to remind us of the philosophical message of Exupéry's Little Prince in its whole metaphorical beauty through the story of a little girl. Cécile Aubrey's art comes to life in her heroes' new adventures. Sebastian and his four-legged friend, Bella, set out on an adventurous journey to find and rescue the boy's stepmother who disappeared in a plane crash in the wilds of the Savoy Alps. The Boy and the Beast, a Japanese animated feature, also focuses on the friendship of a boy and an animal, this time represented by a warrior from a magical Animal Kingdom. Vincent Kasteloot's animated Robinson Crusoe also draws inspiration from classic literature. The story of a man shipwrecked on a deserted island after a frightful storm turns into a merry adventure in Kasteloot's version, with Robinson learning to survive with the help of the island's quirky animal inhabitants and getting into numerous comical situations. On the other hand, The New Kid and Little Gangster focus on the perspective of teenage protagonists trying to fit in in school and find some friends. We can observe the amusingly outrageous plan to transform daddy into a mafia boss, which proves to be surprisingly effective. The Junior section also remembers those viewers who admire our planet's natural beauty, presenting the epic documentary of Seasons. The last film in this section, Born to Dance from New Zealand, illustrates the power of will and talent of young people longing to reach the absolute top in a hip hop dance competition.
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