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Jester Wins at Sprockets - Toronto children's Fest

JESTER TILL (TILL EULENSPIEGEL) receives Audience Award for best animation film at the prize-giving ceremony for the 7th International Children's Film Festival SPROCKETS in Toronto.

The Audience Award for Best Animation Film was presented at the closing ceremony of SPROCKETS in Famous Players Canada Square to the animated feature JESTER TILL (TILL EULENSPIEGEL) by Eberhard Junkersdorf. The film was produced by Munich Animation Film (in co-production with CP Medien/Ludwigsburg and De Familie Janssen/Antwerp). The story presents a completely new adventure by the well-known figure of Till Eulenspiegel and has since conquered the hearts of almost 800,000 children in the German cinemas.

The SPROCKETS Toronto International Children's Film Festival is part of the Toronto International Film Festival Group which also includes the Toronto International Film Festival. The festival posted a new attendance record this year with over 17,000 tickets sold. „We had a wonderful selection of really extraordinary films this year“, says festival director Jane Schoettle, „We are particularly appreciative of the fact that the young audiences were so active and enthusiastic in choosing the best film.“

Altogether, 17 feature films and 42 shorts from 19 countries could be seen at the 7th edition of the festival. Another film from Germany was presented in the Feature Film section: THE FLYING CLASSROOM (DAS FLIEGENDE KLASSENZIMMER) by Tomy Wigand (Bavaria Film/Lunaris Film in collaboration with ZDF).

The SPROCKETS festival programme offers its audience educational workshops as well as presenting films from all over the world.

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