Animation Festivals Directory

Comprehensive list of international animation festivals to visit or submit to

Animation Festivals logo Animation Festivals logo

Home to 287 international animation festivals




Fredrikstad Animation Festival

24 October - 27 October 2019


Contact: -

E-mail: mail@animationfestival.no

Phone: -

Fax: -

Address: Dammyr 12
Fredrikstad
1605
Norway

Festival website

  • About
  • Submission Info

Fredrikstad Animation Festival is the oldest and largest of its kind in the Nordic region, dating back to 1994 and the festival Animerte Dager in Oslo, Norway. The annual festival now takes place each November in the town of Fredrikstad, outside of Oslo. One of the cornerstones of the festival is the Nordic-Baltic animated short film competition, with the awarding of the prize known as the Golden Gunnar. Fredrikstad Animation Festival is also one of the nine animation film festivals that nominate films for the prestigious European animation award Cartoon d’Or. The festival is a professional arena for the animation industry as well as being an important event for students and educational institutions within animation, graphic design and digital media production. Each year, top animation industry professionals hold seminars and lectures, and the festival has previously hosted guests from famous studios such as Pixar, Disney and Aardman.

Year established: 1994

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


Submission deadline:
1 July 2019

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

Categories:

  • Audience award
  • Animated Short
  • Best Animation
  • Childrens Short
  • Professional
  • Student

Submission methods:

  • DVD
  • Online Link (& Password)

Requirements:
- Any frame by frame or computer assisted film or video may be entered.

- Maximum running time: 30 minutes.

- A film can not enter the competition twice.

- A film can not enter the competition in several categories.

- The director of the film must be a citizen of the Nordic and Baltic countries, or the country of origin of the film must be a Nordic or Baltic country. The Nordic-Baltic countries are defined as Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia.

Festival recognised by: (what does this mean?)

  • CARTOON
Link to entry form

Be the first to write a review for this festival