Film 'A parting day' to open the Beijing Children's Film and Television Festival Days
On Thursday, 30th of March the International Multimedia Centre "Eurasia Today" will show feature Chinese film 'A parting day' 2022, directed by Feng Luming, which will open the Beijing Children's Film and Television Festival Days in Omsk.
The screenings are organised by TV BRICS International Media Network and the TV channel 'Prodvizheniye' Television School. The Beijing Children's Film and Television Festival is a partner of TV BRICS.
The programme of the festival will be presented by President of Beijing Children Film and Television Festival Li Ge (PRC), President of Yanching Institute of Technology College of Arts Zhang Wei (PRC) and Director of TV BRICS International Cooperation Department Daria Ivankova (Russian Federation).
The opening ceremony will take place at 12:00 (+6 GMT).
The Beijing Children's Film and Television Festival Daysl in Omsk will be held on March 31 at the Cinema House and Vavilon Cinema Centre. The festival programme includes feature films, documentaries, animated films and TV programmes produced by professional filmmakers and debut student works from China, Russia, Brazil and South Africa.
At the end of screenings of Beijing Children's Film and Television Festival in Omsk the authors of the best works will be awarded special prizes of children's jury of the TV channel 'Prodvizheniye' Television School, a partner of TV BRICS in Russia. These are the first foreign screenings of the Beijing Film Festival. The initiative to hold them in Russia, in Omsk, was taken by the International Media Network TV BRICS, a media partner of the event.
The Beijing International Children’s Film Festival is facilitated by the Committee for the Development of Science and Education for Children of the country's largest Association for the Promotion of Children's Culture and the Arts. It has been held annually since 2018 and is the largest children's film festival in China. The film festival includes feature, documentary and animated films and TV programmes.
In 2023, 70 films and TV programmes were shortlisted for the Beijing Festival in various categories of competition. Russia was represented at the film forum by the TV channel 'Prodvizheniye' Television School, whose project "Who To Be" was included in the competition programme.