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TIAF – Tbilisi International Animation Festival

2 November - 4 November 2018

Contact: Lali Kiknavelidze


Phone: +995595929845

Fax: -

Address: Nutsubidze Plateau, 2nd.m/d, distr.4 b.6-1a

Festival website

  • About
  • Submission Info

TIAF- Tbilisi International Animation Film Festival is an international event, promoting Animation Art and Industry Development Culture through Caucasus region and Internationally. TIAF is part of Caucasus Con, an educational and entertaining International event, dedicated to creating awareness of, and appreciation for, animation, video game and related popular Art Forms, primarily through the presentation of events that celebrate the historic and ongoing contribution of animation art and culture.
The festival includes parallel activities: professional and family workshops, animation and game jams, film and music, school programs, the presence of leading figures from the world of Animation, conferences and other interesting events associated with audiovisual culture for children and young people.

Theme(s): Animation Festival

Year established: 2018

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

This festival is recognised by ASIFA

Submission deadline:
15 September 2018

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


  • Best VR
  • Best Series
  • Best Game Related Content
  • Animated Short
  • Best Animation
  • Childrens Feature Film
  • Childrens Short
  • Feature Film
  • Professional

Submission methods:

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  • Festhome
  • FilmFreeway
  • Online Link (& Password)

Any frame by frame or computer-assisted animated film, meeting the following requirements, will be considered eligible for the Festival:
• The film has to be completed after January 1st 2016.
• The screening copy of the selected films must be in one of the following video formats: DCP, H264, MOV.
• Considering the international character of the festival all films must come with English subtitles.
• The running time of the film must be around/over 60 min for the feature film competition and up to 59 min for the short film competition.
• Three episodes per series (each up to 26 min) is allowed for the TV series competition.
• Films using copyrighted scripts, images and music without the consent of the copyrights owner, will not be allowed at the Festival.

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