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Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film (ITFS) Call for Entries – the film submission for the main competitions has started!
MONSTRA is accepting submissions of short and feature films until October 15 for the international competitive sections of the next edition of the festival in March 2024
The event celebrates creativity amongst animators and media artists, promotes contemporary animation and media art in Ukraine; the 10th edition will take place October 4-8 in Kyiv.
Budapest is a beautiful city any time of the year; in late November with the Christmas markets in full swing and cold, crisp air, it was a magical setting for Anilogue International Animation Festival’s 20th Anniversary edition.
ANIMASYROS 2023 returns in September with a main focus on Animation and Ancient Greece, a tribute to the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America and a focus on female creativity.
The National Competition which showcases the best of Portuguese animation is the highlight of the festival.
Syros is a magical island any time of the year, and for six days every September AnimaSyros and the Agora transform it into a wonderland of animation.
What if they threw a party and everyone came? That is exactly what happened at the 50th-anniversary edition of the World Festival of Animated Film
Tricky Women/Tricky Realities Animation Festival - a celebration of amazing female animators in the world.
Rise & Shine 2022 is predominantly searching for projects in development by first and second-time filmmakers and students from the Central and Eastern European region, focusing on the following countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia and Italy.
Jonas Poher Rasmussen’s ‘touching and innovative’ film shares the personal history of an Afghan refugee; ‘Belle’ awarded special jury prize, with the audience award going to ‘The Crossing.’
A virtual awards ceremony honored a multi-national list of films including ‘Fresh Breeze’ by Gabriella Coumau, Alyx Ecalle, Saliha Sittler and Constantin Rytz; ‘Love is Just a Death Away’ by Bára Anna Stejskalová; ‘Angakusajaujuq: The Shaman’s Apprentice’ by Zacharias Kunuk; and ‘Üks imeline mees’ (‘A Most Exquisite Man’) by Jonas Taul.
The 13th edition runs September 10-19, and features the panel discussion, ‘Indigenous Stop-Motion Productions—Voices and Images,’ and a stop-motion character workshop by Jean-François Lévesque.