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“Les Elephants Bizarres” and “Scout Astray” perform at Kinofest

The third edition of Kinofest – the digital film festival from Romania, organized by IQads, begins today, October 22, on indie rhythms. Alongside the concerts of the bands “Les Elephants Bizarres” (photo) and “Scout Astray” the festival will host in the first evening, at The Light Cinema, the fiction digital film festival and the short reel competition “Avon Movie for Life.”

“The same as in the previous editions, Kinofest will run for three days over 21 hours of films, from animation, fiction and micromovie, to special projections “hors competition.” Image and light shows combined with indie music will add to them. The film lovers have at their disposal a subscription at discounted price for all the three days of the festival, which can be acquired until Wednesday evening, or tickets for each day that can be purchased directly from The Light Cinema cash desks,” said Valentin Partenie, director Kinofest festival.

The film lovers are expected today starting from 5 PM at The Light Cinema, for the opening of the third edition of Kinofest, the first digital film festival from Romania.

With over 160 films, from over 20 countries, selected in the final, one third of them being awarded by at least one international festival, and the remaining 50 films representing special projections, best-of and film panorama, many of them as a first, Kinofest will take place during three days, between October 22 and 24, at the cinema house from Soseaua Progresului.

The first evening is dedicated to fiction films and the short reel competition “Avon Movie for Life,” organized with the support of Avon to support the “Campaign against breast cancer.”

Moreover, the bands “Les Elephants Bizarres” and “Scout Astray” will set up two live acts of punk and disco music combined with new digital lights and images. Kinofest is the unique international digital film festival from Romania, organized by Valentin Partenie with the support of IQads and hosted by The Light Cinema.

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