Here is the list of animation movies that is all set to be screened in All Lights India International Film Festival, 2017. If you are a parent who is in quest of films with class that entertains your children, here is the answer. Follow these 3 movies at ALIIFF.
“Follow Your Heart”
“Follow Your Heart”, animation movie from Korea was released in 2016. It will be showcased at ALIIFF 2017
In a world where people’s hearts are on the outside and exhibit the qualities of a pet, Mary loses her lovable Skip only to rediscover herself and learn what it truly means to ‘follow your heart.’.
“Green Light”, animation movie from Korea was released in 2016. It will be showcased at ALIIFF, 2017
With the ecosystem destroyed after a nuclear war, Mari, a survivor, does all she can to rebuild. When she stumbles upon a robot soldier in an abandoned city, everything changes.
“PET MAN”, animation movie from Iran was released in 2017. It will be showcased at ALIIFF, 2017
A Story about an animal dealer gone asleep in his shop and had a nightmare finding himself caught in an animal cage, then escaped to seek rescues for animals but every time faced with an obstacle… . At last, He awoke from the nightmare but still feeling himself surrounded with ambiguity and fear of those animals.
About ALIIFF 2017
After the grand success of its first two editions, ALIFF 2017 has lived up to its reputation as one of Asia’s finest film festivals, receiving well over 1000 film submissions from nearly 80 countries. Veteran Indian filmmaker Shyam Benegal will curate the event as its Festival Director.
Started in the coastal city of Kochi in 2015, ALIIFF is considered as one of India’s premier film festivals. In the last 3 years, it has grown in stature, shifting base to Ramoji Film City in
Hyderabad. For its 2017 edition, to be held from Dec 1-4, a total of 135 films from 50+ countries will be featured in 6 competition and 8 non-competition categories. Movies screened at ALIIFF, such as Theeb, have gone on to gain global recognition at the Oscars and Cannes Film Festival.