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AniFest 2010 in full gear

  AniFest 2010, the only international specialized competition animation festival in the Czech Republic announces that the festival´s 9th edition will take place in May 18 - 23, 2010 in the North Bohemian spa city of Teplice. After 8 years in Trebon the AniFest management decided to move the festival to Teplice, a larger, and both technically and logistically well equipped city. On top of that, more favorable conditions for holding such an international film event have bee...

Matita Film Festival - International Meetings On Animation

MFF is a Festival consisting of two competitive sections.Also,retrospectives dedicated to Paul Driessen, Portuguese animation introduced by Abi Feijò.In the section Focus On:the School "ENSAD” of Paris.

Clermond Ferrand Shorts program highlights

31st CLERMONT-FERRAND INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVALMusical and Netherlands...January 30 - February 7, 200931st Edition: Safe as HousesComing up on its thirty-first edition, the Clermont-Ferrand film festival proves, once again, that short films are safe as houses. Whether you’re talking about our three competitions or the numerous panoramas and retrospectives, cut-rate is not in our vocabulary. Short films remain a long-term guarantee for living, imaginative cinema, and in that regard, Cl...

Anifest is up and running

For the seventh time, the South Bohemian spa town of Třeboň has turned into the Mecca of animated film. Theatres, streets and parks are full of visitors. The entire town vibrates with the festival. “The beautiful weather makes the overall friendly atmosphere even better,“ says Festival Director Petr Slavík. In the theatres, at the marketplaces, cycling or enjoying their cup of coffee, visitors can meet film professionals such as Michaela Pavlátová, Břetislav Pojar, Michiel...

Dutch short film fetival in Paris launching

The first Festival of Dutch short film in Paris is a fact. Organized in the framework of the golden jubilee of the Institut Néerlandais, the Dutch cultural centre in Paris, it offers a representative summary of the Dutch production since 1945, in some 60 films. The festival takes place in one of the former cinemas of the Cinémathèque francaise, today fittingly called Cinéma du Monde.The reason to organize such a festival is obvious: after the Second World War, it is thanks to short films tha...

Animated Film Showcase of Catalunya highlights

The International Animated Film Showcase of Catalunya presents a retrospective selection about Surrealism and another about Mexican Animation.- Ron Diamond, founder of the Acme Filmworks studio in Hollywood, will explain, in a special session, the relationship that exists between independent animation, commercial production and advertising. Once more, ANIMAC offers a new opportunity to enjoy the thousand and one faces making up the international arena of animated cinema. The tenth ANIMAC, orga...

Award-Winners of Anima Brussels

- International Competition / Long feature films awardsWith thirteen feature films in competition, Anima reflected the boom in a film form in which Europe is starting to play an important role.Thierry Schiel's Renart, the fox (Luxembourg) won theAnima 2005 Feature Film Grand Prix, voted by the audience.The Prix Be TV Feature Film Prize went to Satoshi Kon's Tokyo Godfathers(Japan)- International Competition / Short films awardsThe public's vote on short films awarded prizes to the internationals...

Stuggart gets animated early April

12th Stuttgart International Festival of Animated FilmFrom 1st – 6th April 2004 Stuttgart will once again be the Mecca of animated film. The International Festival of Animated Film, which was founded in 1982, is now entering its twelfth year. With over 40,000 visitors, the world’s second largest festival for animated film is the most important event of its kindin Germany.Over 1,200 film entries means that a new record has been set compared with the last Festival (932 entries). Concentrated a...


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