To enter your film to Anilogue, please consider to have it made after January 1, 2017. At least one of the production countries must be European. The film should be animated and its duration should not extend 20 minutes.

Open the entry form at Film Freeway


Based on the best-selling children's novel by Deborah Ellis, The Breadwinner tells the story of 11 year old Parvana who gives up her identity to provide for her family and try to save her father's life. Parvana's father Nurullah had told stories about history and imagination to Parvana as she helped him in the marketplace of Taliban controlled Kabul in the year 2001. When he is arrested Parvana finds the courage to look for him when everyone else had given up hope. She becomes a storyteller, remembering a brother she has once known. Every day is a challenge as Parvana tries to bring home enough food and water to support her mother, sister and little brother. She meets a fellow girl in disguise called Shauzia and together, they form a bond that will give them the strength to endure the war that comes to their doorstep in the Fall of 2001. The Breadwinner is a celebration of children - for children, whatever their age, wherever they live.

The Breadwinner is a co-production between Canada, Luxembourg and Ireland, and had its world premiere at Toronto's TIFF 2017. Directed by Nora Twomey, co-produced by Tomm Moore and Angelina Jolie.

On show: Sunday, December 3, at 4:30pm in Uránia


In the most important match of his life, the once mighty masked luchador, Son of Jaguar, faces his legacy, his family, and what it means to be a part of something bigger than himself. The two latest Google Spotlight Stories, The Son of Jaguar by Jorge Gutierrez, and Sonaria by Scot Stafford and Kevin Dart will celebrate their Central European debut at Anilogue.

Google Spotlight Stories means storytelling for VR. They are artists and technologists making immersive stories for mobile 360, mobile VR and room-scale VR headsets, and building the innovative tech that makes it possible. Enjoy the experience - look, listen, explore - and never worry that you'll miss anything. Our precious guest Sara Diamond from Google Spotlight Advanced Technology and Projects tells how this forward-looking animation studio works.

On show: Friday, December 1, at 6pm in Kino

  • Seven festival locations in Budapest
  • 70+ shows and live events
  • 13 feature length movies
  • Animated concerts and workshops
  • Hundreds of new animations from around the world


From director Makoto Shinkai, the innovative mind behind Voices of a Distant Star and 5 Centimeters Per Second, comes a beautiful masterpiece about time, the thread of fate, and the hearts of two young souls. The day the stars fell, two lives changed forever. High schoolers Mitsuha and Taki are complete strangers living separate lives. But one night, they suddenly switch places. Mitsuha wakes up in Taki's body, and he in hers. This bizarre occurrence continues to happen randomly, and the two must adjust their lives around each other. Yet, somehow, it works.

Makoto Shinkai has long been an Anilogue audience favourite for his eloquent visual style and captivating storytelling. His latest masterpiece, Your Name, is the ever most viewed motion picture in Japan, even surpassing Miyazaki's classic Spirited Away. Your Name is finally on the silver screen in Budapest.

On show: Saturday, December 2, at 6:30pm in Uránia

1088 Budapest, Rákóczi út 21
Phone: (1) 486 3400
Regular ticket: 1400 Ft
Discounted: 1100 Ft
Animated Night: 2000 Ft


1137 Budapest, Szent István krt. 16.
Phone: (1) 224 5650
Regular ticket: 1400 Ft
Discounted: 1100 Ft


1074 Budapest, Dohány u. 13
Phone: (1) 205 3395
All events free of charge!
Prior registration where requested


1061 Budapest, Liszt Ferenc tér 6
Phone: (1) 342 1948
All events free of charge!

1075 Budapest, Kazinczy utca 14
Phone: (20) 261 8669


1052 Budapest, Piarista köz 1


1137 Budapest, Pozsonyi út 10


1011 Budapest, Fő utca 17
Phone: (20) 489 4200



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Kreet Paljas - programming director
Tamás Liszka - founding director
Attila Kiss - festival producer
Dorka Tamás - press relations
Salla Ahvenjärvi - event producer
Helina Martin - materials coordinator
Tímea Kókai-Nagy - volunteer coordinator
András Horváth - cinema coordinator
Zsófia Herczeg - promotion
Tomek Ducki - brand designer
Judit Gottfried - event coordinator
Zsuzsanna Miklósi - translator
Gabriella Boldog - translator
Anita Németh - translator
Zsófi Faragó - writer
...and many more