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Annecy Festival and MIFA 2014: Call for projects

FestivalsNovember 16, 2013 01:38

Annecy 2014 launches call for projects for the Annecy festival and MIFA.

The 38th Annecy International Animation Film Festival it will take place between 9 and 14 June 2014.

Only works completed after 1st January 2013 and never previously entered at the Annecy Festival will be accepted.


The works must be submitted to one of the following categories in order to compete:

a) short films

b) feature films (made for the cinema with a running time of over 60 mins)

c) TV films

- TV series (episodes from a series previously selected in the last edition will not be accepted)

- TV special

d) commissioned films

- educational, scientific or industrial films

- advertising or promotional films

- music videos

e) graduation films.


Submission deadlines

Feature films: 15 March 2014

All other categories: 7 February 2014

There is no entry fee.

For more information regarding the official rules and regulations and the application procedure, please click http://www.annecy.org/annecy-2014/festival:en/submit-a-film


MIFA is also now launching call for projects (short films, feature films, TV series or specials, transmedia).


Specifically, only projects that have been previously registered online at www.annecy.org and whose paperwork is complete and have been sent before the deadline may be submitted.


Only one project per author(s) can be submitted. The project presented must not be part of a school syllabus or have been pre-purchased by a TV channel.


The deadline for receiving paper and digital files in category Short films and TV series is the 3rd of February 2014 and there is no registration fee. The deadline for receiving paper and digital files in category Feature films and transmedia is the 21st of February 2014.


For more information about the regulations of MIFA and the application procedure, please click http://www.annecy.org/annecy-2014/mifa:en/submit-a-project

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