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Taiwan International Children s Film Festival TICFF


2020 9th annual Taiwan International Children’s Film Festival is calling for entries!
 

Held once every two years, the festival brings young children and adults too, to enjoy the works in this international exhibition, which will take place March 29, 2018 to April 05, 2018. PTS, the organizers of this event, are now signing up entries for this tremendous series of showings, attracting some of the finest film makers from around the world with the lure of USD 25,000 in prize money.  
 

A biennial film festival, TICFF brings young children and adults to enjoy the works in this international exhibition, which will take place in April 2018 for its eighth edition. Public Television Service (PTS) Foundation, the festival organizer of this event, is now signing up entries to attract some of the finest filmmakers around the world with the lure of USD 24,500 in prize money. Except for showing outstanding dramas, documentaries, animations, and television/web programs, the festival juries also bestows a Taiwan Award on the selected filmmaker for the best work which represents Taiwan and exemplified the highest standards in the industry. We believe this category will inspire more film and video producers in Taiwan.

All entries must be suitable for children under 12.

Learn more  http://www.ticff.org.tw   programs.


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Taiwan International Children’s Film Festival (TICFF)

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Festival presentation: 

Taiwan International Children’s Film Festival (TICFF) was founded by Public Television Service (PTS) in 2004. It is the first film and television festival in Asia dedicated entirely to children. TICFF is held biennially, with its 8th edition scheduled for April 2018 in Taipei. In its mission to encourage quality children’s programming and to engage young local viewers with valuable access to the media, TICFF screens multicultural productions from around the globe and presents cash prizes to the Festival’s winning submissions. We welcome all types of creative, fun and interesting dramas, documentaries, animations and TV/Web programs.

A biennial film festival, TICFF brings young children and adults to enjoy the works in this international exhibition, which will take place in April 2018 for its eighth edition. Public Television Service (PTS) Foundation, the festival organizer of this event, is now signing up entries to attract some of the finest filmmakers around the world with the lure of USD 24,500 in prize money. Except for showing outstanding dramas, documentaries, animations, and television/web programs, the festival juries also bestows a Taiwan Award on the selected filmmaker for the best work which represents Taiwan and exemplified the highest standards in the industry. We believe this category will inspire more film and video producers in Taiwan.

Festival Nickname: 
TICFF
Edition: 
9
Festival Logo: 
Theme: 
Children
Festival Info
Next Festival Dates: 
03/27/2020 - 04/07/2020
Archived festival (terminated): 
no
Is the Festival open to the public ?: 
Yes
Does the Festival have a market?: 
No
Does the Festival have a competition ?: 
Yes
Festival Submission
Film submission fee: 
Free
Submission accepted on Fest21.com: 
No
Film call for entry start day: 
05/06/2019
Film call for entry deadline: 
09/06/2019
Festival Contact
Festival Director Name: 
Lesley Yang
Festival Director E-mail: 
Festival Programmer Name: 
Lesley Yang
Festival Programmer Email: 
Festival Press Contact Name: 
Lesley Yang
Festival Press Contact Email: 
Festival Commercial Contact Name: 
Lesley Yang
Festival Commercial Contact Email: 
E-mail for Webmaster: 

The 8th Taiwan International Children’s Film Festival 2018 is calling for entries! You could win your share of USD25,000 in prizes! 

The festival will be accepting entries until September 30, 2017 so fill out your application forms and send your materials in right away. Read the instructions carefully, and if you have any questions, check out the festival website at http://www.ticff.org.tw/competitions-e.html

 

 

The Taiwan International Children’s Film Festival (TICFF) was initiated in 2004 by PTS in order to broaden the international outlook of children in Taiwan and stimulate their ability to create and use their imagination. It is the only such activity in Taiwan – and indeed in all of Asia – to be designed specifically for children 12 years old or younger. In addition to bringing in and showing outstanding dramas, documentaries, animations and television programs, the Festival also includes an international competition with generous prizes that attracts the best works in children’s viewing to participate. This year the Festival introduces a new feature, a special Taiwan prize which will be awarded to the work that best represents creative work in Taiwan and exemplifies the highest standards in the industry. Hopefully this new category will inspire more film and video producers in Taiwan to work harder to turn out high quality works for children on the island.

 In addition, a key part of the Festival is the “Kids as Directors” section, which focuses on works in which young filmmakers have had a key role in production. This category gives young people a chance to display their creativity and serves as another way to bring children closer to the world of film and video.

 PTS has striven since its founding in 1998 to serve the people of Taiwan with the finest in television viewing for viewers of all ages. PTS has also taken on the heavy responsibility of organizing and carrying out TICFF in order to give children in Taiwan a chance to view the world from a better vantage point. Hopefully the works shown in this Festival will introduce young viewers to other cultures and other perspectives and help to broaden the horizons of all who come to the events.

The Taiwan International Children’s Film Festival (TICFF) was initiated in 2004 by PTS in order to broaden the international outlook of children in Taiwan and stimulate their ability to create and use their imagination. It is the only such activity in Taiwan – and indeed in all of Asia – to be designed specifically for children 12 years old or younger. In addition to bringing in and showing outstanding dramas, documentaries, animations and television programs, the Festival also includes an international competition with generous prizes that attracts the best works in children’s viewing to participate. This year the Festival introduces a new feature, a special Taiwan prize which will be awarded to the work that best represents creative work in Taiwan and exemplifies the highest standards in the industry. Hopefully this new category will inspire more film and video producers in Taiwan to work harder to turn out high quality works for children on the island.

 In addition, a key part of the Festival is the “Kids as Directors” section, which focuses on works in which young filmmakers have had a key role in production. This category gives young people a chance to display their creativity and serves as another way to bring children closer to the world of film and video.

 PTS has striven since its founding in 1998 to serve the people of Taiwan with the finest in television viewing for viewers of all ages. PTS has also taken on the heavy responsibility of organizing and carrying out TICFF in order to give children in Taiwan a chance to view the world from a better vantage point. Hopefully the works shown in this Festival will introduce young viewers to other cultures and other perspectives and help to broaden the horizons of all who come to the events.

Festival Organization
Name: 
Taiwan International Children's Film Festival(TICFF)
Address: 
100, Lane 75, Sec 3, Kang Ning Rd.
City: 
Taipei
Zip code: 
114
Country: 
Taiwan
Telephone: 
886-(0)2-2630-1116
Fax: 
886-(0)2-2630-1895

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