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Submit Your Work to OIAF 2020!

By Dan Sarto | Friday, February 28, 2020 at 2:12pm

44th Ottawa International Animation Festival, which runs September 23-27, 2020, is now accepting submissions.

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Quirky, Unique and Compelling: OIAF 2019 is More than Just About Films

From September 25-29, Ottawa plays host to kindred spirits, collaborators and experts in all things animated, sharing tall tales and lots of good Canadian ale.

 

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Ottawa Animation Festival Pitch This! Deadline Extended

By Dan Sarto | Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at 9:32am

Canadian animators have until August 23 to submit their project proposals for the upcoming TAC forum kids' show pitching competition.

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Ottawa Animation Festival Launches Pitch This! Competition

By Dan Sarto | Tuesday, July 9, 2019 at 12:15pm

Two finalists will present their projects to over 350 industry buyers and financiers; winner to receive $5,000 cash and other prizes.

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Ottawa Animation Festival Submission Deadline Coming May 31

By Dan Sarto | Friday, May 17, 2019 at 4:19pm

Entries in all short form categories as well as features, VR and commissioned work must be received by the last day of May.

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Beautiful Maladies – The Uncanny World of Rosto

Ottawa Animation Festival artistic director Chris Robinson shares a previously unpublished 2015 Pimpcast interview with the iconic Dutch musician and director, who passed away at 50 on March 7.

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Cheer and Loathing in Animation: Episode XXIX - Lord of Overstock

Every Friday Chris Robinson unleashes improvised and hastily scribbled cheer or loathing on the animation community to be digested, swallowed or... expelled. Today: Out-of Competition (Panorama) screenings. Do we need them?

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The Animation Pimp: Kaspar Jancis and his Motel of Fools

Can we ever realistically connect with the world around us for extended periods or are these moments of connection and small joys just fleeting, fading as fast as they appear?

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