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SHORT FILM SUBMISSION

  • Have an animation short to premiere/feature online, and need a comprehensive presentation (in the form of interview/review)? Zippy Frames is a trusted independent animation news website, which has featured a vast array of short animation films, from the more narrative to the outright experimental ones. Send us your film for consideration

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STORY DEVELOPMENT SERVICE FOR ANIMATION PROJECTS

  • We address the story aspects of your animation film; we examine its theme, plot structure, characters, context, in accordance with your already stated idea and director's own intentions. We come up with solutions to story problems you face, and provide examples of fine practices for your project.

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CONSULTANCY AND FESTIVAL SUBMISSIONS FOR ANIMATION SHORTS

  • Animation festival submission seems both a laborious and a mindless process for independent animation filmmakers. We can make the process seem more structured, less laborious and more promising for your festival career of your film - handled by the same people who manage Zippy Frames (via Scheriaa Productions)

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FESTIVAL PROMOTION

  • Zippy Frames hosts an extended database of call for entries from animation festivals. A large part of its news roundup covers animation festivals and film festival news. However, not everything can be covered with the same depth and extent as it could (and should) have been. If you're interested in getting in talks and an offer for a festival promotion agreement, contact our Head Editor (vassilis AT zippyframes DOT com)

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  • For festivals, conferences, film promotions, companies and products related to the animation industry, we offer reviews, interviews or video reports that promote your services or products in a creative and friendly way. For more info, email: info AT zippyframes DOT com

 

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AniDox:Lab is calling for applicants.

AniDox:Lab is The Animation Workshop’s animation documentary continuous training project, during which it brings together documentarians and animation film directors, to maximize their artistic capacity and develop their respective projects, for creative research and forming new collaborations.

Through a series of 3 professional seminars in Viborg and Copenhagen, Anidox:Lab gives talented documentary and animation filmmakers the opportunity to engage and combine their two worlds.

Uri Kranot, Klara Grunning, David Polonsky (Waltz with Bashir, art director) and Asta Wellejus are among the confirmed speakers [link ]

 

Its programme includes the following sessions:

  • ANIDOX:LAB SESSION #1 (The Animation Workshop, Viborg, Denmark) entitled “Introduction to Animated documentary, techniques and forming new collaborations” being held from 2 to 4 May 2014.
  • ANIDOX:LAB SESSION #2 (The Danish Film institute, Copenhagen, Denmark) entitled “Project Development – New Documentary Filmmaking practices and models” which will take place from 28 to 30 June 2014.
  • ANIDOX:LAB SESSION #3 (The Animation Workshop, Viborg, Denmark) which is a ‘Hands-on’ Creative Workshop taking place from 10 to 14 September 2014.

AniDox:Lab is designed for and open to Animation Film directors, and Documentary Film Directors creative producers from the 27 Member States of the European Union, from the EEA members (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway), from Switzerland and from Croatia.

European filmmakers applying for AniDox:Lab are expected to have previous experience in Animation or Documentary Filmmaking.

The application deadline is 17 February 2014.

The fee is 500 euro, while a limited number of scholarships are available for eligible candidates.

If you are interested, read the admission regulations and fill in the application form.

 

Anidox:Lab takes place in partnership with the Danish Film Institute and supported by the MEDIA Programme of the EU.

 

 

 

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