Super U Animation ContestDeadline: October 30, 2008
Stop-motion, 3D, claymation, Flash or flip book. If it's animated, you could win $2,500.
Beginning in September 2008, Super U and TAC.tv (a.k.a Tetes a claques) will be presenting quarterly animation contests. A jury, including TAC.tv creator Michel Beaudet will be awarding a prize for the best of the best at the end of August 2009.
The winning film in the first round will get $2,500, be featured on www.TAC.tv and have the chance for broadcast on Super Channel. Contest entries are being accepted until October 30, 2008 so check out the contest today.
For more information, head to http://www.superu.ca/contests/view/42.
TAC.TV is former ad man Michel Beaudet's original Canadian production of Web-based short, animated clips. Through a unique combination of claymation and video that superimposes live action on dolls and clay, the absurdly funny storylines feature a wide cast of unforgettable characters. Since its launch in mid-August 2006, the website www.tac.tv has garnered 520 million page-views and attracts more than a million fans each month.
Super U.ca is the online venue to watch the latest Canadian short films. Viewers enjoy high quality content, qualified by the viewers themselves. Filmmakers enjoy on-site contests and exposure to broadcasters like Super U's partner Super Channel, Canada's national pay television network. As Super U grows, filmmakers will share in the advertising revenues generated on the site.