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Anima is calling for your films!


!!! Deadline: 1st October 2018 !!!
No entry fee requested!




For its next edition (1-10 March 2019), Anima, the Brussels Animation Film Festival, is looking for stunning and unexpected animated films!
Besides its national and international competitions,  the Festival is qualified by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for the short animated film category. European feature films selected in competition are eligible for the Emile Awards along with the award winning European short films.

The Festival considers all films in the following categories, completed after 30/06/2017:

  1. International professional short films
  2. International student or graduation films
  3. International short films for a young audience
  4. Feature films
  5. Feature films for a young audience      
  6. Belgian shorts films
  7. "Animated Night" short films
  8. Commercials and music videos (out of competition)

You can now submit your film online via our website. You'll also find out more about the competition terms, the rules and the various awards on


Few words about our visuals :
French illustrator Marc Boutavant has created the poster for Anima 2019. His many creations include a very personal animal universe with the series Mouk; the series Ariol et ses amis, in partnership with Emmanuel Guibert; the character Bogueugeu with Béatrice Fontanel and the series Chien pourri, with Colas Gutman. Ariol and Mouk have already been adapted into animated series for TV, and the first season of Chien pourri (52 x 13’) is currently in development, with Davy Duran, Stéphane Aubier and Vincent Patar set to direct.



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