From June 21 to 27, 2021, in City of Buenos Aires, Argentina, the fourth edition of ANIMA LATINA, Latin American Animation Film Festival will be held.
ANIMA LATINA is an environment that fosters the meeting between the members of the industry and also brings together reflection and debate, between industry and academy, that promotes and fosters the development of Latin American animation, allowing the creation of alliances to expand our animation towards the world.
ANIMA LATINA consolidates as a place of exhibition where the general public can also meet with the highlights of recent production, discover new trends and enjoy the productions already consecrated.
The festival features competitive sections, special screenings, talks, seminars, workshops, film presentations, etc. For the talks will meet prominent national and international speakers who will share their experiences in the art and animation industry.
ANIMA LATINA will take place in Centro Cultural General San Martin and Universidad del Cine, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, among other venues.
The Latin American Animated Film Festival ANIMA LATINA 2020, begins its call for entries for animated works produced in all the countries of Latin America to attend and compete in ten oficial categories for its awards. Participants can apply either in an individual basis or as a team, participants must be at least 18 years old. Submitted works must be within the guidelines and technical requirements appropriate for their exhibition.
Participation is free of charge. The call for entries is open for works in any animation technique, released after January 1st, 2018.
Latin American Animated Feature Film Competition
Latin American Animated Short Film Competition
Argentinian Animated Short Film Competition
Latin American Animated Video Clips Competition
Argentinian Animated Video Clips Competition
Latin American Animated WebSeries Competition
Latin American Animated Series Competition
Latin American Animated School Short Film Competition
Argentinian Animated School Short Film Competition
Latin American Short Film from schools and workshops for children and teenager
Latin American Animated audiovisual for children Competition