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MIFF 2020, Open Forum 4: “Films that don’t obey trends are experimental”—Michael Dudok de Wit

MIFF 2020, Open Forum 4: “Films that don’t obey trends are experimental”—Michael Dudok de Wit On Saturday, 01 February, IDPA’s Open Forum moved on to Animation, dealing with Experimental Animation and its Impact on Mainstream. A cross-section of animation talent formed the panel, local and international, professional and student, beginners and Oscar winners. The session was moderated by IDPA member Ms. Dhvani Desai, a science+management double graduate and an awa...

2018 BJTS Animation Festival is now open for entries.

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From February 1, BJTS animation festival is accepting submissions through FilmFreeway, Motibeta and Festhome. FIlm Submissions from all genres of 2D animation, 3D animation and stop motion animation from all around the world. BJTS Animation Festival 2018 has a special online youtube screening for public. All the selected animation will be played through online screening so that you can have a chance to share your creative animation to a lot of internet users.  BJTS Animatino Festival is ...

BJTS Animation Festival

BJTS animation festival an animation festival for anyone who loves any types of animation. Our goal is to overcome the limitation of live screening film festivals and connect all the animation lovers around the globe. We celebrate the art of animation in all its forms. From frame-by-frame animation to 3D animation and stop motions, we hope to share interesting films with unique ideas.

BJTS Animation Festival

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BJTS animation festival an animation festival for anyone who loves any types of animation. Our goal is to overcome the limitation of live screening film festivals and connect all the animation lovers around the globe. We celebrate the art of animation in all its forms. From frame-by-frame animation to 3D animation and stop motions, we hope to share interesting films with unique ideas. ...

BJTS Animation Festival

BJTS animation festival an animation festival for anyone who loves any types of animation. Our goal is to overcome the limitation of live screening film festivals and connect all the animation lovers around the globe. We celebrate the art of animation in all its forms. From frame-by-frame animation to 3D animation and stop motions, we hope to share interesting films with unique ideas.

Animex Awards 2016 - Animex International Festival of Animation and Computer Games

Animex Awards 2016 - Call for Entries!

Animex Awards once again invites you to enter work into this years' event.

The submission deadline is 19th October 2015.

Animex Awards is an international competition for student animations, which is part of the 'Animex International Festival of Animation and Computer Games' held in February 2016, the largest festival dedicated to animation and computer games in the UK.

From visual effects to stop-motion to animation for computer games, from drawing to CGI, Animex Awards aims to celebrate and reward the talent and achievements of students worldwide. In 2015 we received over 700 entries from more than 60 countries and selected 143 short student animations, which screened in eleven programmes during the festival.

As well as some new categories for the international student competition, for 2016 Animex Awards is also launching a professional category ‘Best First Animation’. This new category aims to recognise emerging new talent and animations, open to any animation director who has just completed their first film as a professional production.

Judging panels from previous awards have included representatives from LAIKA, ToonBoom Animation, Beryl Productions International, Atomhawk Design, Pixar, ILM, Disney, Aardman Animation, Sony Image Works, DreamWorks and Electronic Arts, to name a few. 

http://animex.tees.ac.uk/student_awards.cfm

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