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
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Manchester Animation Festival, the UK’s largest animation festival, returns HOME, November 12-17 in person and November 18-30 online.
Organized by GSIFA, the four-day international animation festival will take place November 9-12 in Lugano, Switzerland.
Prime the Animation! New Talent International Festival, taking place October 26-28, creates a space for encounter and exchange, allowing students and emerging professionals to share their most recent work and new projects.
Running September 28-30, the 3-day digital media festival features screenings, panel discussions, and presentations from SCAD Alumni students, alumni and industry creatives; tickets go on sale August 31.
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry’s first festival honored filmmakers for contributions to animation and cinema; competitive categories ranged from ‘Best Animated Feature’ to ‘Visionary Use of Technology in Short Film’ with animated works garnering 12 awards.
Daria Kashceeva’s ‘Electra’ takes top honors with Grand Prix Dimitris Eipides - narrative film and the International Competition Audience Award; Paul de Nooijer and Menno de Nooijer’s ‘Is Heaven Blue?’ wins Grand Prix Eipides for non-narrative film.
Annie Award-winner Joaquim Dos Santos will present in person the ‘making of’ Sony Picture Animation’s newest voyage into the Spider-Verse; the conference takes place October 15-20 in Turin, Italy.
Denmark’s largest animation festival returns September 25 – October 1, 2023, to celebrate all things animated!
The 12th Mexico’s annual animation, videogame, and comic festival will take place in Guadalajara September 5-9, 2023.
The fifth annual festival, celebrating the creativity and craft of the visual image, will take over Kilkenny city September 30 – October 1.
The festival, a non-competitive exhibition aimed at artists who use animation as an instrument for their personal expression, will be held February 15-18, 2024; submissions are being accepted until October 16, 2023.
The International Animation Festival selected 37 films for the 2023 competitive program taking place August 16-19.
The 43rd edition of the festival, taking place February 23 to March 3, 2024 in Brussels, will showcase the genre of science fiction and highlight Hungary’s bustling film industry; film submissions will be accepted until October 2, 2023.
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.
Spark CG hosts the annual SPARK ANIMATION Festival in Vancouver, promising a window into the leading minds of CG and animation; festival film submissions are open until September 10.
The Oscar qualifying event returns to Espinho, November 13-19 to promote animation and its creators with a commitment to educating professionals and the public.
The event showcases the whole spectrum of creative animation and how animation is for everyone; running 10 days from November 24 – December 3, the festival is accepting submissions through July 31.
The MDEC event aims to connect Southeast Asian animation companies with international markets; the conference, in conjunction with Malaysia Digital Content Festival, runs September 27- October 1.
The festival returns in-person for its 10th edition, taking place at the New Chitose Airport November 2-6.
The 15th edition of the festival will be held October 22-28 in Yerevan, Armenia.
This year's festival will present the best and latest within Nordic-Baltic and international animation, running October 19-22.
Organized by KIAFA (the Korean Independent Animation Filmmakers' Association), the 19th edition of the festival seeks to introduce to audiences wonderful independent animation from Asia; the festival runs September 14-19 in Seoul.
Out of 2,165 entries from 85 countries, 40 films will compete in the Commissioned, Narrative, Non-Narrative, and Student categories; the festival runs September 20-24.