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Headline News 10th Anima Mundi Web 2009 and 5th Anima Mundi Cell 2009

10th Anima Mundi Web 2009 and 5th Anima Mundi Cell 2009

Entry rules and submission form are already available at our website. To submit films, it's necessary to register at the website first to fill the online entry form and upload the animation.

Anima Mundi Web 2009 is the tenth edition of the traditional international internet animation contest of Anima Mundi, International Animation Festival of Brazil. The contest is open to animated works produced by professional or amateur animators, specially created for the Internet.

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Headline News Record Attendance for Anima 2009 Brussels

An unforgettable edition of Anima has come to an end, as much for the quality of its program and guests as for its profusion of spectators. The organizers have estimated a 30 percent rise in attendance this year compared to last year's figures.

Headline News Anima Mundi 2009

Anima Mundi 2009Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, BrazilJuly 10-26, 2009Deadline: March 25, 2009

The International Animation Festival of Brazil, Anima Mundi 2009 takes place from July 10 to 19 in Rio de Janeiro and from July 22 to 26 in Sao Paulo.

Submit your work for this year festival's edition. The deadline for entries is March 25.

Go to their website for an online entry-form, entry rules and transportation label at: www.animamundi.com.br. If you need additional information send email to: info@animamundi.com.br.

Headline News Anima 09 To Preview Miyazaki's Ponyo

The 28th edition of the Brussels Anima Festival, one of the most important animation festivals in Europe, will be taking place during the Carnival holiday period, from February 20-28.

Anima 2009 will be once again opening with a sneak preview: the latest film by Hayao Miyazaki, PONYO ON THE CLIFF BY THE SEA, an animated feature for young and old, whose heroine is a little goldfish princess who desperately wants to become human, and in her search, becomes friends with 5-year-old Sosuke. This film was in the official competition at the last Venice festival.

Headline News Anima 2008 Winners

AMER BETON, directed by Michael Arias, won the Anima 2008 Feature Film Grand Prix at the festival last week in Brussels.

The Michael Arias-directed film also won the Anima 2008 audience award.

Anima 2008's jury picked THE TALE OF HOW by the Blackheart Gang (South Africa) as the Anima 2008 Short Film Grand Prix.

The "Grand Prix de la Communaute française de Belgique" was given to the film LE PONT, created by Vincent Bierrewaerts.

Headline News Time To Enter Anima Mundi

Anima Mundi 2008Rio de Janeiro & Sao Paulo, BrazilJuly 11-27, 2008Deadline: March 26, 2008

Anima Mundi is the International Animation Festival of Brazil, which brings to the Brazilian audience the best selection of films and videos from around the world. Categories in competition: Short Films, Feature Films, Shorts for Children, Brazilian Animation, Portfolio, First Work and Animation in Progress. The event runs in Rio de Janeiro July 11-20, then moves to Sao Paulo July 23-27. For more information, visit www.animamundi.com.br.

Headline News Anima Brussels Wants Your Films

Anima Brussels Animation Festival 2008Brussels, Belgium Feb. 1-9, 2008Deadline; November

Anima 2008, the next Brussels Animation Film Festival, will take place from Feb. 1-9, 2008. For the first time in 2008, the competition will include best musical video award and best commercial award. Anima provides a key showcase for the entire range of quality animation, right in the heart of Europe.

Headline News Anima Mundi Web & Cell Issue Final Call For Entries

Anima Mundi has issued a final call for entries for Anima Mundi Web 2007 and Anima Mundi Cell 2007.

Anima Mundi Web is for animated works specially created for the Internet. Files will be accepted only with the extensions ".swf" (shockwave flash) or ".flv" (flash video). There is no time limit for the length of the animation, size up to 5 mb.

Headline News Anima Awards Milch Top Prize

Anima, the premier animation festival in Belgium, announced the winner of this years event on March 5, 2006.

As part of the festival, Anima was announced its nominations for the Cartoon dOr 2006, which include: * NOCTURNE, Guillaume Delaunay (France)* VERSUS, François Caffiaux, Romain Noël, Thomas Salas (France)* FLIEGENPFLICHT FÜR QUADRAT KÖPFE, Stefan Flint Müller (Germany)* LOISEAU DO, Henri Heidsick (France)* HOT DOG, Joke Van Der Steen & Valère Lommel (Belgium)

Headline News Sail Your Films to Brazil for Anima Mundi

Anima Mundi 2006Rio de Janeiro & São Paulo, BrazilJuly 14-30, 2006Deadline: March 27, 2006

Anima Mundi is the International Animation Festival of Brazil, which brings to the Brazilian audience the best selection of films and videos from around the world. It is a variety specially designed for the adults and the children. The event runs in Rio de Janeiro from July 14-23 then moves to São Paulo from July 26-30. For more information, visit www.animamundi.com.br.

Headline News Anima 2005/Brussels Announces Winners

Anima 2005, the 24th Animation Festival drew to a close on February 13, 2005, in Brussels with an awards ceremony for Anima 2005's national and international competition. The award winners were chosen by the public, via attendance and voting at the official competition screenings and there were juried categories.

With 13 feature films in competition, Anima reflected Europes important role the boom in animated films.

Anima 2005 Feature Film Grand PrixRENART, THE FOX by Thierry Schiel (Luxembourg)

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Headline News ANIMA MUNDI Wants Your Films

ANIMA MUNDI 2005Rio de Janeiro/São Paulo, Brazil July 18-24, 2005Deadline: March 28, 2005

ANIMA MUNDI is the only event dedicated entirely to the art of animation in South America and attracts an audience of more than 65,000 people. The festival runs in Rio de Janeiro from July 8-17, then moves to São Paulo from July 20-24. It is free to enter.

Headline News Anima 2004 / Brussels Announces Winners

Anima 2004, the 23rd Animation Festival drew to a close on February 29, 2004 in Brussels with an Awards ceremony for Anima 2004's national and international competition. This was the first time Anima organized an international competition for both short and feature films. The award-winners were chosen by the public, via attendance and voting at the official competition screenings.

The award were:Anima 2004 Award -- Short Student FilmsDAHUCAPRA RAPIDAHU by Frédérique Gyuran, Vincent Gautier and Thibault Bérard (France)

Headline News ANIMA MUNDI Beckons for your Films!

ANIMA MUNDI 2004Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, Brazil July 9 25, 2004Deadline: March 26, 2004

ANIMA MUNDI is the only event dedicated entirely to the art of animation in South America and attracts an audience of more than 65,000 people. The event runs July 9 to 18 in Rio de Janeiro and July 21 to 25 in São Paulo. It is free to enter.

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