25 February - 06 March 2022 D-155

41th edition

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The Brussels International Animation Film Festival

25 FEBRUARY - 6 MARCH 2022

Anima, the 41st!

This winter, Anima will make its come back with screenings in the sublime Flagey and several cinemas in Brussels, Wallonia and Flanders. Anima will be the biggest reunion party of 2022, with numerous meetings, workshops, conferences, exhibitions, without forgetting new contents on
Anima Online!

The Festival will take place from 25 February to 6 March with many new feature films, short films competitions, VR films and many other discoveries...

Kick off the next edition with the submission of your films!

A New Retrospective About Stop Motion

To celebrate the first anniversary of the book Stop Motion, un autre cinéma d'animation, Anima invites you to the Cinematek to discover a unique retrospective of stop motion animation films that have marked generations!

With no less than 16 screenings carefully chosen for you to get an overview of the many facets of the genre, from hand-crafted to studio films, and taking in some great classics like My Life as a Zucchini and The Nightmare Before Christmas, this rich and varied programme has been curated by Anima’s founder Philippe Moins.

Click here to check out the Anima 2021 Stop Motion programme at the Cinematek.

 

The Anima Saturdays Make Their Big Comeback in Flagey!

After a very hectic year, it's now the turn of the Anima Saturdays to make their comeback in Flagey, to the delight of film-loving families and animation enthusiasts!

The 2021-2022 season of the Anima Saturdays will be particularly rich, with no less than ten screenings between September and May, including an Anima Special that will exceptionally take place on Sunday 3 October! The season will open on Saturday 18 September with Mush-Mush et le petit monde de la forêt, a programme of three animated short films directed by Joeri Christiaen.

The Anima Team is looking forward to meeting you again in Flagey and is already working hard to organise a 2022 edition rich in emotions, but above all in reunions!

Fantoche 2021

Our director, Dominique Seutin, had the honour of participating in the selection of films in national competition at the Fantoche Festival in Baden, Switzerland. Discover the programme of their 2021 edition!

BSFF Winners

The winners of the Brussels Short Film Festival have been announced! Congratulations to Victor Polster & Rik Verheye, who receive the Best Actor Award for their performance in Easter Eggs, by Nicolas Keppens.

Anima on Demand

Anima is now available on the Sooner streaming platform and offers you the best of animation films in a collection that brings together our favourites, must-see classics, and special programmes!


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