Festival will celebrate animation from the African continent as well as belated 60th anniversary; the redesigned Mifa will run June 15-18.
The Annecy International Film Festival has announced plans to offer its first ever hybrid edition June 14-19 along with a redesigned Mifa June 15-18. The 2021 event will focus on animation from the African continent - with this year’s edition of the festival titled Africa2020 Season. The festival will also celebrate its belated 60th anniversary, which was postponed for a year.
Professionals, amateurs, students, and animation enthusiasts will experience the best of the sector via the redesigned Festival+ with its extensive content available from anywhere. The festival will be enriched with professional meetings that are the mainstay of Annecy.
Visit the event website to find out more about attendance options.
To ensure the health and safety of its participants the Annecy Festival will organize the hybrid edition and adapt to necessary measures in accordance with governmental announcements for the period of the event.
Film content will be available on the festival’s viewing platform in collaboration with Kinow.
Online access will not include competition feature films, TV films, and VR works, which will only be available through on-site screenings.
Due to rights holders’ requirements, some films may not be accessible in certain territories, or may access limited to a maximum number of views. Therefore, it is possible that you may not have access to all the programming for the entire event.
Also note, for the hybrid options, the number of accreditations on sale will be limited, due to the restrictions in force.
Source: The Annecy International Film Festival