Annecy

25 10 2011

Annecy International Animated Film Festival and Market (MIFA) is from June 4-9, 2012 and is held in Annecy, France.

120,000 tickets | 7,100 accredited | 529 films screened | 223 films in official selection.

Submissions are taken between November 15, 2011 and February 15,2012. Register by January 2012. Call for shorts, features, TV series and special features, and cross-media.

Official Selection
Submitted projects from 2011
Submission information

182 projects were submitted in 2011: 77 short films | 33 features films | 56 TV series and specials | 16 cross-media

Travelling
(not part of the official selection but ones that the Festival would like visitors to see)

Annual appointments:
Politically Incorrect: a look at the more out-of-step and impertinent side of animation, treating political, religious or social subjects.

The Big Sleep: a tribute to the people who have left the world of animation between two festivals.

Animation with Attitude: subjects like illness, racism, drugs or the holocaust, seen through an animated eye.

Between Frames sessions meet with the teams behind the films to talk about aspects of the films that may not have been seen.

Recruitment sessions with many companies present.

4 days | 6 conferences | 35 international speakers.

Conferences are from June 5-8, 2012 and are open to everyone. Are held to “ensure enriching debate covering topics as diverse as special effects, studio strategies, the productions chain, along with case studies and reflection on the future of the industry”.

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