Sunday, 08. December 2013 - 12:12
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The second edition of the International Festival of Animated Films "SUPERTOON", is set to be held in Bol on the Dalmatian island of Brac from 30 July to 3 August.
The festival competition programme will see a total of 115 animated films from all over the world compete in three categories. There will be 28 animated films competing in both the short films and films for children and youth categories, and 59 films competing in the animated music video category.
Supertoon will also see animated films which have recently won awards at international festivals presented, such as the recent winner of an Academy Award for animated short film, The Fantastic Flying Books of Morris Lessmore, a recorded combination of computer and traditional animation, and the Oscar nominated Australian film Nullarbour, that has won awards at over 20 animation festivals, in the short film category.
Along with a number of world titles, this year's animated music video category will see the best local animated talent such as Pilot Studija, Natko Stipanicev and Davor Bujakovic.
Supertoon will be held in three locations in Bol, including the picturesque Zlatni rat beach, the town square and the municipal library.
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