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curated by Enrica Carini, Virginia Carolfi, Rael Montecucco

Concorto Kids, the festival dedicated to international short films for children, is back from 22nd to 24th August 2023 for three afternoons filled with workshop activities, film screenings, and snacks. After the unexpected great success of the first edition – which sold out – and the participation in 2022 of more than 150 people – including children, parents, teachers, and educators – at the cloister of Galleria d’Arte Moderna “Ricci Oddi”, this year’s event seeks to strengthen the previously linked bonds with the institutions of Piacenza and increase the offer for children and adults.

The theme of the 2023 edition is “museums and visual arts”, and it is organized into workshops and film screenings for both children and adults. Like last year, a portion of the selection is dedicated to the current theme, and in this case, we focused on those short films for children that explore museums and the various forms of visual art through different styles, techniques, and narratives.

Programme and tickets for Concorto Kids 2023 here.
Free event with mandatory reservation, fully accessible to deaf people.

Babovka by Katerina Karhánková, CZ, 2022
by Fanny Jiang, FRA, 2018
Code Rose 
by Taye Cimon, Sandra Leydier, Pierre Coëz, Manuarii Morel, Julie Groux e Romain Seisson, FRA, 2022
Criss cross 
by Nina Rybárová e Tomáš Rybár, CZ/SK, 2023
Czapu Czipu 
by Tomasz Głodek and Bogna Sroka-Mucha, PL, 2014
by Julien Plau, FRA, 2021
Le temps d’un trait 
by Clément La Chimia, FRA, 2019
Luce and the rock
 by Britt Raes, BEL/NED/FRA, 2022
by Äggie Pak Yee Lee, CHN, 2017
di Piret Sigus by Silja Saarepuu, EST, 2022
None of That 
by Isabela Littger, Anna Paddock and Kriti Kaur, USA, 2015
by Alice Juan, FRA, 2022
by Ainslie Henderson, UK, 2022
Snail the Painter 
by Manuela Vladic-Maštruko, HR, 2018
by Sonja Rohleder, GER, 2023
The artist and the kid 
by Sasank Dhulipudi, IND, 2017
Tiger the cat 
by Arnolds Burovs, LV, 1967
 by Jorn Leeuwerink, NED, 2022