By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Celebrating its 24th anniversary, international animated film festival Anima Mundi returned to Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday, October 25th and will continue through Sunday October 30th with over 400 short films and six full length animated features from 45 countries.
Among the highlights this year is the full length film Red Turtle, a co-production of France, Belgium and Japan, which received the Un Certain Regard Jury Prize award at the last Cannes Film Festival.
According to organizers during the festival, there will be, forums, demonstrations and chats with the . . .