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Anifest Festival of Animated films Winners

Anifest: the 6th year of the International Festival of Animated films in Trebon / CZECH REPUBLIC has its winners!

The 6th year of the International Festival of Animated films in Trebon is over. The winners of all festival competitions (international, national and internet animation competition, the Trebon Prize, Audience Prize) were announced. 242 films from 38 countries competed this year, the festival has been visited by more than 100 guests from abroad (from 24 countries). The famous Belgian director Raoul Servais has been the Honorary President, international jurors include prominent Czech and foreign authors – Vlasta Pospisilova, Garri Bardin, Pritt Pärn, Rodolfo Pastor, Gene Deitch, Paul Bush, Jean-Luc Slock, Aurel Klimt and Pawel Czarzasty. The jury in the competition category The Best Czech Short Animated Film consists of Michaela Pavlatova, Rudolf Urc and Josef Valusiak. A new category, Internet Animation, was included for the first time.
In the Accompanying Film Programmes the audience could see successful Czech and foreign films, some of them had their premiere here (Renaissance, Ugly Duckling and Me). Numerous expert seminars and workshops took place under the ProfiForum section – for example the presentation of SpaFi with Michael Ingrassia from the United States.
AniFest cooperates more and more closely at the international level, especially with authors and institutions from neighbouring countries. This year the audience had the possibility to see contemporary Austrian animation, animation from the Visegrad countries and contemporary Spanish animation.
This year’s AniFest has again confirmed its aim to actively educate young people and bring them closer to animation and visual arts, for example through the Schools of Animation, where children try themselves what it is like to be an animator(Rodolfo Pastor´s workshops). Another strong point of the festival is great amount of attention dedicated to art schools and students’ works(Jean-Luc Slock´s and Paul Bush´s seminars), which has also been reflected in the structure of the audience – there have been mostly young people.

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