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Animest

4 October - 13 October 2019


Contact: Alexandra Scînteianu

E-mail: contact@animest.ro

Phone: +40 37 145 03 08

Fax: -

Address: Drumul Taberei nr. 92, bl. C7, sc. F, ap. 235, Sector 6
Bucharest
061406
Romania

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The animest International Animation Film Festival, established in 2006, has become Bucharest’s most loved film festival and a recognized event on the international animation scene.

The presentations, workshops, master-classes and round tables provide the perfect opportunity to get in touch with the latest creations and make contacts. Among the great names who have visited anim’est, we proudly mention Bill Plympton, Georges Schwitzgebel, Juan Pablo Zaramella, John Dilworth, Mike Reiss… and our partner festivals, animation schools and guest studios all .

Animest is the only OSCAR® qualifying film festival in Romania, and it is also a partner of EMILE Awards, the European Animation Awards.

The festival’s programme consists of six competitive sections: Feature film, Short film, Student film (graduate or undergraduate), Music Video, Romanian short film, Minimest (children’s film). Workshops, masterclasses, special parallel events, concerts and parties open to the festival guests and audience.

Theme(s): Animation

Year established: 2006

Is this festival exclusively animation?: Yes - this is exclusively an animation festival


Submission deadline:
20 June 2019

Entry fee:
FREE! There is no charge for this festival

Categories:

  • Romanian competition
  • Animated Short
  • Childrens Short
  • Feature Film
  • Music Video
  • Student

Submission methods:

  • Online Upload (via festival site)

Requirements:
Anim'est features seven competitive sections:

a) Short film – less than 50’: short animated films made after January 1st 2018, which have not previously competed in any anim’est festival.

b) Feature film – more than 50’: animated feature films made after January 1st 2018, which have not previously competed in any anim’est festival.

c) Music video: short animated films made after January 1st 2018, primarily together with existing music covering minimally 80% of the footage.

d) Student film: short animated films made by a student or a film school (graduation films or not) after January 1st 2018, which have not previously competed in any anim’est festival.

e) Romanian short film: Romanian animated films (local productions or co-productions) completed after January 1st 2018.

f) Minimest: short animated films presenting an interest for a public of children aged 4 to 14, made after January 1st 2018, which have not previously competed in any anim’est festival.

With the exception of Romanian productions, in order to be selected in competition, the films must not have been screened before in Romania.

Festival recognised by: (what does this mean?)

  • Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences
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