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Punto y Raya Festival

PUNTO Y RAYA FESTIVAL seeks to recapture the spirit of Cinéma Pure and Absolute Film formulated by the European avant-garde in the 1920s, consolidating this unique artform laying at the intersection between Fine Arts and Media.

Consolidated since 2007 as the world event for Abstract Art in Motion, the festival invites artists to explore audiovisual arts in their purest state: Form, Colour, Motion and Sound. No representation!

The event takes place every two years in a different country, co-produced and hosted by major art centres and museums across Europe, including Reina Sofia Museum (Madrid), CCCB Centre for Contemporary Culture (Barcelona), HARPA Concert Hall (Reykjavík), ZKM (Karlsruhe), CeTA Audiovisual Technology Center (Wroclaw), and Austrian FilmMuseum (Vienna), amongst others.

The programme features:

- International Short Film Competition
- National Panoramas
- Guest Screenings & Retrospectives
- PyRformances (live audiovisual performances)
- Academy Programme (Masterclasses, Round Tables, Workshops...)
- Junior Programme (for family audiences)
- Installations

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www.puntoyrayafestival.com

 

Karnataka Youth International Short Film Festival (KYISFF)

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Karnataka Youth International Short Film Festival Org committee Filmaholic Foundation Location: Bangalore Objective The power of visual is more than words. An image is more colorful than a group of words, literally and figuratively. The main objective of this film festival is to nurture and promote artistic creativity for the new generation film makers and showcase their film to a larger audience. The purpose of organizers of this festival, "Filmaholic Foundation", is to attract...

Epic ACG Fest CALL FOR Animation and Screenplay ENTRIES

Albany, CA - The 2018 Epic ACG Fest (EACG) will take place from Oct. 27 to Oct. 28 at the Albany Community Center in East Bay of San Francisco, California.  On behalf of the EACG committee, we cordially invite you to submit your animated film, TV, Video and screenplay to the 2018 Epic ACG Fest.   Epic ACG fest is a unique event----Hollywood style in Geek culture, it showcase animation, comics and games. Though screening, exhibition and competition, bring together the creative eleme...

NEW: Animation Plan for Europe

After the European Animation Plan's announcement at the Cartoon Forum last week, we would like to give you all the explanations you need. The success of European animation may prove that the industry's growth lays in pursuing the same path of collaboration, innovation and creativity. The animation sector has teamed up in a series of workshops organised by the European Commission to reflect how to unleash the potential of European animation.  We would like to thank the Co...

Laurie Gordon MIAFF director presents Canada Animation Focus @MOSCOW 2017

    Laurie Gordon presents Canada focus with Kirrill Razlogov director of Moscow Film Festival. A successful first year at Moscow FIlm Festival. Montreal hopes to curate virtual Reality in 2018 and will bring in Russian animation for Montreal festival August 17- 20 2017 ...

Montreal at TIFF 2016 - Programming Animated short and long films

Montreal at TIFF 2016 - Programming Animated short and long films   Animaze director Laurie Gordon and programmer Martin Petrov at TIFF 2016 party for "Sky" with Diana Kruger. Looking for new and exciting shorts and features is not so simple. Film festivals dedicate solely to animation are few. So seeking animation at all festivals i therefore even more important since many animation producers have limited choice and smaller wndows to  get their films out on th...

The Hunting of the Snark

Director: Saranne Bensusan.

A group of strangers come together to go on a hunt for a mythical Snark even though none of them are sure what it is or have a clue how to catch it, not even the Bellman who is leading the expedition!

The Hunting of the Snark

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Director: Saranne Bensusan.

Natalia Guzeeva: Animation lesson should be compulsory just like Physical Education lesson

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Interview with children's writer, scriptwriter, member of the jury of the International Children’s Television Festival “Dytiatko” If it was up to me I would introduce animation lesson in every school at least for six months or a year just like a compulsory Physical Education lesson. Sport develops body, animation creates an individual. What does a child face while creating a one-minute film? A child faces creation of a whole world where a story takes place, analysis of its...

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REEL BLACK MEN

Reel Black Men Film Festival 2014

What

This screening and dialog is an opportunity for emerging African American male filmmakers – Director/Writer - to showcase their skills, talent and vision through film screenings, while giving the audience a chance to view and discuss the artistry, passion and sacrifice involved in the independent filmmaking process Please complete this form and submit your short film on DVD along with key bios on cast & crew. Film must be 1-45 minutes.

When

Date: 
October 10, 2015 Time: 6 P.M.

Where

Raleigh Studios - Chaplin Theater
5300 Melrose Avenue (Across from Paramount Studios – Melrose & Van Ness)
Los Angeles, California

 

commffest global community film festival

The 2015 COMMFFEST (Community Film Festival) celebrates its 10th anniversary from September 23 to 30, screening in movie theatres and exhibition spaces, presented yearly by a group of dedicated volunteers. COMMFFEST a non-profit charitable corporation makes its home in one of Toronto’s most fast growing, economically diverse neighbourhood, Old Town Toronto, where many languages are spoken and where memorable films like Robcob; Cinderella Man, Chicago, X-Men, The Hurricane, and Against the Ropes were created.

Friss Hús

Daazo - the European Shortfilm Centre proudly presents the 3rd edition of the Friss Hús International Shortfilm Festival, which will take place at the end of March 2015 in Budapest, Hungary. The success of the last two years made it possible for Friss Hús to become one of the most important shortfilm events in Hungary.
 
The long term plan of the organisers of Friss Hús is to make sure that the event becomes an internationally acclaimed festival where the audience can watch entertaining and colourful short film selections and where the filmmakers can meet important professionals from the film industry as well as attend special workshops.
 
The animated and live fiction films can be submitted to Friss Hús until 31th December 2014. The maximum length of the films cannot exceed 30 minutes.
 
This year  - because over the last two years we received so many great films - we decided to separate the awards into three sections: Hungarian live fiction, Hungarian animated short film, and international live action&animation.

We hope to see you in Budapest at the Friss Hús screenings, for an all night long party or at one of the festival's professional events! We are looking for short films that were made with passion, a huge dose of creativity and an eye for innovation and quality. Be unique!

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