Children KinoFest

Children KinoFest is an annual international film festival for children and teenagers, founded in Kiev, Ukraine in 2014. The festival takes place at the end of May, and is held in various Ukrainian cities. This national event, held throughout the country cultivates an appreciation film and an introduction to the filmmaking industry to the young public. Owlet Charlie is a logo, mascot and symbol of Children KinoFest. This character is based on a picture created by 7-year-old Artem Rassadnikov from Donetsk. Charlie is named after Charlie Chaplin, whose 125th birthday was in 2014. The event has recently partnered with Odessa International Film Festival, also based in Ukraine.


Children KinoFest is an annual international film festival for children and teenagers, founded in Kiev, Ukraine in 2014. The festival takes place at the end of May, and is held in various Ukrainian cities. This national event, held throughout the country cultivates an appreciation film and an introduction to the filmmaking industry to the young public. Owlet Charlie is a logo, mascot and symbol of Children KinoFest. This character is based on a picture created by 7-year-old Artem Rassadnikov from Donetsk. Charlie is named after Charlie Chaplin, whose 125th birthday was in 2014. The event has recently partnered with Odessa International Film Festival, also based in Ukraine.
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