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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)

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ANIMA 2006

By Guest (not verified) | Friday, February 24, 2006 at 11:00am
Begins: February 24, 2006

Anima 2006 provides a key showcase for the entire range of quality animation, right in the heart of Europe. More than 200 films screened in the international competition or in retrospectives, exhibitions, film lectures and workshops, events such as "La Nuit anim

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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.

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ANIMA MUNDI 2005

By Guest (not verified) | Monday, July 18, 2005 at 11:00am
Begins: July 18, 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 S

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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)

Prix Be TV Feature Film Prize

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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.

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Anima Mundi Web 2004

By Guest (not verified) | Friday, June 18, 2004 at 11:00am
Begins: June 18, 2004

Anima Mundi Web 2004 is the 5th edition of the Internet Animation Contest of the International Animation Festival of Brazil, Anima Mundi. The contest is open to works specially created for the Internet, which may or not be previously released, produced by professional or amateur animators. There is no restrictions on themes and genres. Works are accepted in a single category: animations produced in the ".swf" format only and not exceeding 1MB in size. A cyber-jury -- anyone who registers online in the Anima Mundi Website -- and the professional jury, will decide the winners.

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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)

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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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ANIMA 2003 To Feature Rintaro

ANIMA 2003 has lined up an impressive array of animation guests, including Rintaro, director of METROPOLIS, at the bi-annual festival in Brussels, Belgium. Formerly the Brussels Cartoon and Animated Film Festival, ANIMA 2003 features 150 to 200 films, plus premieres, original retrospectives, exhibitions and workshops (February 26 - March 9, 2003).

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ANIMA 2003 Deadline Is Fast Approaching!

Anima 2003 (formerly the Brussels Festival of Cartoons and Animated Films) will take place from February 26 - March 9, 2003. The goal of Anima 2003 is to promote cartoons and animated films from all over the world. It also seeks to foster a dialogue between professionals, filmmakers and the public, and to raise awareness of quality animation and computer generated images among film and television distributors. The festival is a non-competitive event that is open to all animated fiction films and makes no distinction between formats, running time or techniques.

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The Brussels Animation Festival Becomes Anima 2003

The 2003edition of The Brussels Cartoon and Animation Festival will have anew look, with a poster created by Spanish artist Carles Porta, and anew name -- Anima 2003. Since 1982, Brussels has hosted the annualevent devoted to animation and welcomed such animation luminaries asTim Burton, Paul Grimault, Kihachiro Kawamoto, John Lasseter, RenéLaloux, Peter Lord, Moebius, Yuri Norstein and Nick Park. Over thepast five years the festival organizers have initiated a

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