BUDAPEST, Nov. 27 (Xinhua) -- The 17th Anilogue International Animation Festival kicked off here on Wednesday with more than 300 films to be presented.
"The film festival will begin with the screening of the full-length animation of A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon, at the Urania Movie Theater," the organizers said in a statement.
"The five-day festival will feature 13 full-length films and 300 short films," the statement added.
The short film section will feature the works from 16 countries, and for the first time this year, 20 animations specifically made for children will compete in a separate category.
In addition to Hungarian works, children's animations include the Prince's Voyage from France, Lotte and the Lost Dragons from Estonia, and Fritzi from Germany. Works from Italy, the Czech Republic and other countries will also be screened.
The festival, which was established in 2002, will last till Dec. 1.