The Lisbon Animation Festival will return March 10 – 21, 2021 to continue its role in the international and local cultural scene and animation community.
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Oscar qualifying event in Espinho, Portugal promotes animation and its creators with a commitment to educating professionals and the public.
Oscar qualifying event in Espinho, Portugal is accepting submissions for international and national competitions.
Submissions are now being accepted for the event’s 5th edition taking place September 2 - October 4; deadline for entries is August 31, 2020.
Submissions are now being accepted in feature and short film categories for the 20th edition, being held March 18-29, 2020 in Lisbon, Portugal.
Don’t miss your chance to participate in this year’s celebration of animation in cinema – submit your film today!
CINANIMA 19 welcomes animation fans for a week of competition, screenings and exhibitions in beautiful Espinho, Portugal.
MONSTRA, held in Lisbon, Portugal, is a festival where experimentation and research take place while crossing over into new artistic approaches, culminating with the presentation and promotion of some of the world’s best animation.
Since 1976, CINANIMA has been promoting Animation as cinema, while supporting its creators. CINANIMA has won international recognition independently of Portugal’s main cultural centers of Lisbon or Porto.
The 42nd edition of Portugal’s leading animation festival is looking for animated features, shorts and commissioned work.
The first edition of the event gathers more than 250 professionals to the Spanish isle on April 6-7.
Trojan Horse was a Unicorn 2017 (THU) a unique, annual 6-day festival for digital artists will take place in Tróia, Portugal from September 18 - 23, 2017.
Ink global announces that the quirky animated series starring the emoji that grace our email and text messages will stream on global platform Toon Goggles.
CINANIMA International Film Festival is now accepting submissions for its 41st anniversary edition until July 1, 2017.
In which Chris Robinson asks animators profound and inane questions that have little to do with animation. This week's guest is award-winning Portuguese animator, Regina Pessoa.
Digital art festival running September 15-19 in Tróia, Portugal to host some of the world’s top talent, including Doug Chiang, Steve ‘Spaz’ Williams, Kevin Lima, Brenda Chapman, Ralph Eggleston, Christian Alzmann, Frank Tzeng and Alberto Mielgo.
The Cinanima 40th International Animated Film Festival in Espinho, Portugal is accepting entries until 10 July, 2016.
Fortieth Anniversary edition of Portugal's international animation festival runs November 7-13; deadline for entries is July 10.