12 Animated Projects and 6 Film Professionals Selected for the year-long training CEE Animation Workshop.
Slovakian director Martin Smatana talks about The Kite.
Vassilis Kroustallis reports from Trebon and CEE Animation Forum. First part: series/ TV animation projects.
Vassilis Kroustallis reports from Trebon and CEE Animation Forum. Second Part: short film projects.
All the winners of the 7th edition of Central Eastern European (CEE) Animation Forum in Trebon.
Anna Vášová and Phil Parker, two of the tutors of the leading pitching CEE Animation Forum (6-8 May 2019, Trebon) talk about the process of pitching short and series/TV specials.
The seventh edition of the CEE Animation Forum (formerly known as Visegrad Animation Forum) will showcase thirty-three animated projects. Find them all below.
The first edition of CEE Animation Workshop kicks off with the content development module in Ljubljana (30/11-6/12), with fine names in both live-action and the animation world.
it recently won the Best Short Animation project at the Visegrad Animation Forum. Serbian director Jelena Milunovic and producer Milos Ivanovic talk about their Floating film.
View all winners of the 6th Visegrad Animation Forum.
The pitching forum for Central Eastern European Animation extends its mandate to feature animation in 2018.
Rastko Ciric, Chintis Lundgren, Péter Vácz and their projects are among the Visegrad Animation Forum selected names to be pitched in May 2018 in Trebon.
Lithuanian animation producer Agnė Adomėnė talks to Zippy Frames about the new initiative, CEE Animation representatives to meet at Annecy Festival
Slovakian director and producer, and organizer of the upcoming CEE Animation Workshop in Ljubljana (2-6 Dec 2017) Juraj Krasnohorsky, answers our questions.
Apply now for the Ljubljana networking event for Central and Eastern European animation professionals during the 2017 Animateka festival.
Visegrad Animation Forum in Třeboň announced the winners for its 2017 edition.
The Central Eastern European animation forum announced its lineup.
Submit your projects to the Central and Eastern European pitching forum held in May 2017 in Trebon, Czech Republic.
The maximum amount of subsidies for a Slovak-minority TV project will be €300,000.
The very interesting (sometimes impressive) debut or student projects from Central and Eastern European Animation are now available for screening from VAF.
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