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Taiwan International Children's Film Festival

Taiwan International Children’s Film Festival (TICFF) was founded by Public Television Service (PTS, Taiwan) in 2004. Held biennially, it is the first film and television festival in Asia dedicated to viewers aged 12 and under. The 8th edition is scheduled for April 2018 in Taipei. 

TICFF’s mission is to encourage quality children’s programming worldwide and to engage young local viewers with valuable access to the media. In 2016, TICFF attracted close to 15,000 audience to the screening during the one-week event. 

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. 

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.

Call for Entries: Taiwan International Children's Film Festival 2018

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The 8th Taiwan International Children's Film Festival (TICFF), scheduled to take place April, 2018 in Taipei, Taiwan, is now open for submissions till Sep. 30, 2017. TICFF was founded by Public Television Service (PTS Taiwan) in 2004. Held biennially, it is the first and largest film and television festival in Asia dedicated entirely to children, with its mission to encourage quality children’s programming and to engage young local viewers with valuable access to the media. TICFF scre...

2014 Taiwan International Children’s Film Festival (TICFF) calling for entries

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2014 Taiwan International Children's Film Festival Call for Entries: (Submission Deadline: Oct. 31 2013) Festival Overview 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 in April 2014. 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...

TICFF 2014 CALLS FOR ENTRIES

Entries Open to the public Eligibility: Any film produced after August 2011 and suitable for viewers 12 years old and younger is eligible. Formats: 1. File Format: .mov / .mp4 / .m4v, stereo audio 2. Encoding: h.264 3. Frame Size: SD - 640x480 or 720x480 and HD - 1920x1080 or 720x1280 ※ In order to ensure film quality for judging, avoid time codes, watermarks, or anything else that may affect the viewing quality.

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