Dublin Animation Film Festival, which is in its 11th year, went online in 2020, but plans are being made to ‘Go Back to the Theatre’ in 2022. The closing date for entries is the 5 November
2021.

Director of the Dublin Animation Film Festival, Fionnghuala Ní Néill said:

“Last year we realised that we were facing another lockdown in October, so we worked with the team at Eventive to bring the Festival online. It was a great success. There have been a lot of
challenges in 2021, but we are delighted to be working again with Eventive again. We are also committed to going ‘Back to the Theatre’ by hosting live screenings in the Mill Theatre in Dundrum and other venues in the County.

“We believe that the Covid-19 pandemic robbed the animation students and studios by forcing festivals to be cancelled throughout 2020. By calling for entries for a December Festival and hosting screenings of the 2020 and 2021 shortlisted films in the Spring of 2022, we will be recognising the talent and tenacity of the animators during a bleak season. We are also in the process of producing recordings with animators at arts venues around Dublin and discussing their work and new projects. The aim of these recordings is to introduce new Irish animators and supports including information about funding and collaboration to a wider audience.”

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