Kolkata: The Unicef 18th International Children’s Film Festival will be showcasing 32 films from 17 countries that will be a treat for the would be on show at
The inaugural film “Moana”, produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios, was screened after the festival was declared open by West Bengal Governor K.N. Tripathi at the Nandan flim complex.
In his address on the occasion, Tripathi urged film producers, directors, central and state governments to ensure children’s films were made in Hindi and regional languages.
After screening of the opening film during the day, the second phase of the festival organised by Cine Central Calcutta with the support of Unicef, Nandan and Talash Society, would be held from August 9-12 at Nandan, the organisers told the media.
Cinegoers would Abe able to watch interesting films like “White Bridge” (Iran), “The Monkey King- Uproar in Heaven” (China) and “The Shamer’s Daughter” (Denmark).