Directed by Nazanin Sobhan-Sarbandi, the short will be in competition at the Best Animation Film for Children section of the 8th edition of the film event.
‘The Cycling Wind’ is about a young wind that finds a bicycle and starts ridding it. For the wind it means hours of effortless fun and moving around. The most important thing is that, it is the only one who has such a vehicle which causes other winds to be impressed and at the same time envious.
The short title has so far competed at a number of global events, including the Annual Bike Shorts Film Festival in the US, the International Animated Film Festival ‘Les Nuits Magiques’ in France and the Canterbury Anifest in the UK.
According to the official website of event, it was established by Kharkiv Regional council in 2009, “to discover and support children’s television teams and gifted children; to improve professional level of television, oriented towards children’s target audience; to develop creative personality, to bring up moral and active civil position, love to native land”.
This year’s edition of the Dytiatko Int’l Children’s Media Festival is set to be held on September 2-5, 2020.