Apart from national and international competition programs, the festival offers workshops and lectures held by the field's best players, screenings of experimental animation and video art, topical out-of-competition screenings, and a program for children. Our main aim is to prove that animation is not merely a tool to entertain kids but a form of contemporary art in which technological innovations — with the involvement of intellectual audience — tackle modern societal issues.
Call for entries:
Festival’s submissions are open to films applying all animation techniques, including combinations with live action and documentary. Over 40% of the production must be animated, and the Festival reserves the right to determine whether an entry qualifies as animation.
The prize fund of the Festival is $5000 which is divided between competition categories.
Films should be completed after 1 October 2017. Films entered for previous festival will not be taken into consideration. Short films (maximum running time 30 minutes) can be submitted to following competition categories:
- International Competition
- National Competition (only for Ukrainian animation films)
- Commissioned Films
There is no entry fee. More information