11/06/2013

Anima 2014: Brussels calls for animation films from all over the world

Submission deadline: October 1

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Anima 2014: Brussels calls for animation films from all over the world

Submissions are now open for the next Brussels International Animation Film Festival, and South Mediterranean talents are invited to send in their creations!

Anima is to take place in Brussels from February 22 to March 9, 2014. The festival will also travel to other towns across Belgium including Liege, Charleroi, Mons, Namur, Antwerp and Ghent.

Each year, the festival screens over 100 films in its international competition. It also shows off the best in Belgian animation in its national competition and panorama screenings. Visitors from all over the world -- representatives from animation film schools, filmmakers, and festival programmers -- make the trip specially to attend the event. In 2012, the festival was even crowned Best International Events of the city of Brussels.

Anima welcomes submissions for animated films made after June 30, 2012 in the following categories: professional short films, student films, young audience short films, commissioned films (advertising films or music videos), and feature-length animation films.

Producers or directors submitting their film for selection must provide the festival with:

- The fully completed Anima 2014 online entry form or downloadable PDF entry form.

- A biography and filmography of the director.

- Pictures of the film in Jpeg 10x15 cm format and 300 dpi resolution, via email to selection@folioscope.be or by post.

- For films with dialogue that are dubbed or subtitled, a transcription of the dialogue in French, English or another language of the European Community, as well as a transcription of the subtitles if the screening copy is subtitled.

- A pre-selection Video-DVD (No data-DVD) to the postal address indicated on the website.

Please find the complete rules in PDF format here. For more information, please visit the festival's website or contact: selection@folioscope.be.

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