Two cartoons were included in the contest programs of international festivals. The animated series "Paper tales" will be shown at the festival in Zlin (Czech Republic). Zlin International Film Festival for Children and Youth is the oldest and largest festival of children's films in the world. Its history began in 1961. In 2015 this event was attended by 120 thousand spectators.
A "Magic Lantern" will be presented at the Polish Kinolub Film Festival, where the jury has selected 69 films from more than 2000 applications, including the Russian series created by "Parovoz" Animation studio.
The animated series "Paper tales" is an amazing project about paper cut-out animals — Aristotle and woodpecker called Knock-Knock. The cartoon teaches children how to make handicraft and not to be afraid to experiment.
"Magic Lantern" tells the cartoon characters Mike and Kate and the audience at the same stories based on the classic literary stories of great authors: Alexandre Dumas, Jules Verne, Robert Stevenson, Arthur Conan Doyle and many others.