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Joanna Quinn

International Film Festival Etiuda&Anima

This year's edition of the festival was planned as seventh days event with two film competitions: students' etudes from art and film schools all over the world-ETIUDA COMPETITION and short animation, equally professional, student and independent one-ANIMA COMPETITION.

Festival's competitions programme will be enriched by many accompanying events - one of them are Animators' self-portraits (during which, while the artists are present, the audience will get to know works of: Piotr Dumała, Paul Bush and Joanna Quinn). Also festival programme will show the artists of artistic animation who after a long time making only short films started to make long feature films: T. Burton, W. Borowczyk, Brothers Quay,  J. Svankmajer and others.   At the beginning of the festival there are going to be announced results of plebiscite being prepared since March – 50 Animated Films for 50th Jubilee of ASIFA (Association Internationale du Film du d’Animation).
Finally, at the festival, there will appear long expected point of program:  comics and animation. They are two separated disciplines of art which however have a few common essential features. At present there is boom for them and more and more people of different age are interested in them.

Within seven days, for the fourth time, there will take place animation, screenplay, directing, camera and editing workshops. It is very important point of program of the festival which has good number of participants. It is directed especially to young people (pupils and students) but it doesn't exclude any of age group. For the workshops' leaders we try to invite the best lecturers and artists working in film and art schools abroad but especially in Poland.

Prix UIP Shorts Shown At Festroia

Saturday, June 14------A very distinctive program here at Festroia is the presentation of Prix UIP, a European short film contest, sponsored by distributor United International Pictures and the European Film Academy.The short films are screeend at fourteen European film festivals, including events in Ghent, Valladolid, Ángers, Rotterdam, Berlin, Tampere, Krakow, Grimstad, Vila Do Conde, Sarajevo, Edinburgh, Venice, Drama and Cork. This year, Festroia was added to the European tour.The overall...

Awards Animafest 2008

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Grand CompetitionJury: Joanna Quinn (Great Britain), Moustapha Alassane (Niger), Caroline Leaf (USA / Canada / Great Britain), Igor Kovaljov (Russia / USA), Danijel Šuljić (Croatia) Grand Prize (best short film of the festival) – festival statue and cash award of 2.500 €, honorary presidency at the next Festival 'The Pearce Sisters', Luis Cook, Great Britain, 2007 'For its original and unique graphics and direction which pulls us into the bleak world of two misfit characters.' Golden...

A rich selection at the Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film

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From the original 1700 entries 190 films have been selected for the six competitions (International Competition, Young Animation, Tricks for Kids, Animated Series, AniMovie, Under Commission) to be held during the 15th Festival. Some 500 films will be shown during the event, for example as part of the focus on Latvia and the homages to Signe Baumane, Joanna Quinn, Hanna Nordholt/Fritz Steingrobe and the Brothers Quay. This year, the popular series ”Best of Animation” has been compiled by Gia...

Krakow Film Festival Awards

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THE VERDICT OF THE FEATURE-LENGHT DOCUMENTARY COMPETITION JURY Having watched all the competition films the Feature-Lenght Documentary Competition Jury of the 47th Krakow Film Festival consisting of Alexander Gutman - chairman (Russia), Joao Correa (Belgium) and Arthur Reinhart (Poland) has decided to award the following prize:The Grand Prix – The Golden Horn to “Jimmy Rosenberg – The Father, The Son & The Talent” directed by Jeroen Berkvens (Netherlands) for the search of love and hope ...

47th Krakow Film Festival line up

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46 films in the international competition of 47th Krakow Film FestivalWe have a pleasure to announce the list of films accepted to the competition run of the 47th Krakow Film Festival which will be held from 31st May to 5th June. Members of the Selection Committee, who have just finished their work, had a very difficult task as this year over 2260 films have been submitted to the Festival. Shorts of any genre were send mostly from Great Britain, Germany, United States, France and Russia, however...

Göteborg International Film Festival Program reveiled

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The festival of 2007 offers 450 short, feature and documentary films, from a total of 65 countries, during ten days. The opening film will be Klaus Härö’s The New Man. It is also the first film screened in the Nordic competition. The closing film will be Leaps & Bounds by Petter Næss with Peter Stormare among the actors. This year The Göteborg International Film Festival focuses on five countries in two sections; Vietnam in ”Viewing Vietnam” - and Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia in ...

Göteborg International Film Festival

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The festival of 2007 offers 450 short, feature and documentary films, from a total of 65 countries, during ten days. The opening film will be Klaus Härö’s The New Man. It is also the first film screened in the Nordic competition. The closing film will be Leaps & Bounds by Petter Næss with Peter Stormare among the actors. This year The Göteborg International Film Festival focuses on five countries in two sections; Vietnam in ”Viewing Vietnam” - and Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia in ”Under...

DOK Leipzig Competition Programmes

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- International Competition Documentary Film | Traditions, Families, Political IssuesA total of 19 films from 15 countries have made it into this year’s International Competition Documentary Film. Productions come also from countries rather exceptional for documentary film-making, such as Myanmar or Thailand ("Buddha's Lost Children", "The Longest Day"). Just as in 2005, the selection committee for the category documentary film was made up of festival director Claas Danielsen, film-maker Matt...

highlights from Encounters:Britain’s biggest fest for shorts

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Britain’s biggest competitive short film festival, Encounters Short Film Festival (www.encounters-festival.org.uk) returns this Autumn (21-26th November) to Bristol’s Watershed with a new name which reflects the combined talents of Brief Encounters and its sister event, Animated Encounters, who have merged to present another glorious dose of the best of the world’s cinematic shorts.The expanded six-day film fest will present a bonanza slice of brand new international work, and screen over ...

Britain’s biggest competitive short film festival releases line up

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Britain’s biggest competitive short film festival, Encounters Short Film Festival (www.encounters-festival.org.uk) returns this Autumn (21-26th November) to Bristol’s Watershed with a new name which reflects the combined talents of Brief Encounters and its sister event, Animated Encounters, who have merged to present another glorious dose of the best of the world’s cinematic shorts.The expanded six-day film fest will present a bonanza slice of brand new international work, and screen over ...
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