3rd Chaniartoon International Comic & Animation Festival – Chania 13th – 22nd September

The 3rd Chaniartoon – International Comic & Animation Festival features animation film screenings, workshops and presentations with many participating artists!
WHEN: 13th – 22nd September 21.00
WHEREOpen-Air Cinema KIPOS,  Andrea Papandreou and Mediterranean Centre of Architecture  (16th – 22nd), Katechaki &Akti Tompasi 31, Venetian Harbour, Chania
Free entry.

More than 60 different countries take part in the animation section and  53 artists from all over Greece participate in the exhibition.
This year, for the first time, 20 of the artists will be in Chania on the last 3 days of the festival (September 20-22), exhibiting their work and discussing with the public.
What is more, Chaniartoon will feature for the first time a reality application, a local and national innovation!
Through the official application of the festival, which will be released in early September, visitors to the exhibition will be able to interact with it in a special way. This is an application that allows visitors, through their mobile phones,  to watch  the more than 50 exhibiting artists present themselves, as well as a variety of 3D graphics.

Programme:
13th September :
Opening of the Festival, with a special event at the open-air cinema KIPOS, featuring award-winning films, live storytelling with Lili Lambreli, video animation with Lefteris Eleftheriou.

14th and 15th September:
Screenings of animation films from around the world at the open-air cinema KIPOS.

16th – 22nd September:
The events continue  at the Centre of Mediterranean Architecture (CAM).

You can read the full schedule as well as the news of the festival at: chaniartoonfest.gr
and at: facebook/chaniartoon.fest

Source: CAMChaniartoon

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