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Florence Miailhe Designs the BIAF 2022 Poster and Trailer
Florence Miailhe Designs the BIAF 2022 Poster and Trailer
'When The Idea is The Most Important”: Interview with Maja Gehrig (Swiss Animation Portraits 2022)
'When The Idea is The Most Important”: Interview with Maja Gehrig (Swiss Animation Portraits 2022)
'Once There Was A Sea', ''Love, Dad', Anne Frank' in the Anifilm Winners 2022
'Once There Was A Sea', ''Love, Dad', Anne Frank' in the Anifilm Winners 2022
'Bob Spit', 'Bestia', 'Frankelda' In the 2022 Quirino Awards Winners
'Bob Spit', 'Bestia', 'Frankelda' In the 2022 Quirino Awards Winners
(Exclusive): Garrano Animation Short Trailer by David Doutel and Vasco Sá
(Exclusive): Garrano Animation Short Trailer by David Doutel and Vasco Sá
Animation As Metaphorical Storytelling: Interview with Nils Hedinger (Swiss Animation Portraits 2022)
Animation As Metaphorical Storytelling: Interview with Nils Hedinger (Swiss Animation Portraits 2022)
'I Like Animation Projects That Go Deep Into the Subject': Interview with Saskia von Virág (Swiss Animation Portraits 2022)
'I Like Animation Projects That Go Deep Into the Subject': Interview with Saskia von Virág (Swiss Animation Portraits 2022)
The Audience Will Always Be Different: Interview with Michael Frei (Swiss Animation Portraits 2022)
The Audience Will Always Be Different: Interview with Michael Frei (Swiss Animation Portraits 2022)
Animated Multiverse: Review of the Contemporary Swiss Animated Production
Animated Multiverse: Review of the Contemporary Swiss Animated Production
Monoclub Chilemonos 2022: Three Weeks of Animation Activities
Monoclub Chilemonos 2022: Three Weeks of Animation Activities
'I Enjoy Getting Characters Back On the Stage: Interview with Marjolaine Perreten (Swiss Animation Portraits 2022)
'I Enjoy Getting Characters Back On the Stage: Interview with Marjolaine Perreten (Swiss Animation Portraits 2022)
Exploring Different, Animated Worlds: Interview with Team Tumult (Swiss Animation Portraits 2022)
Exploring Different, Animated Worlds: Interview with Team Tumult (Swiss Animation Portraits 2022)
Swiss Animation Focus at Annecy Festival: A Comprehensive Guide
Swiss Animation Focus at Annecy Festival: A Comprehensive Guide
55 European Animation Features Per Year. Do We Watch Them and Are They Enough?
55 European Animation Features Per Year. Do We Watch Them and Are They Enough?
Flow by Gints Zilbalodis: First Teaser
Flow by Gints Zilbalodis: First Teaser
Deep Love by Mykyta Lyskov
Deep Love by Mykyta Lyskov
Russian Animation Artists Against the War
Russian Animation Artists Against the War
Guillermo Del Toro's Pinocchio: First Trailer
Guillermo Del Toro's Pinocchio: First Trailer
Zoon by Jonatan Schwenk: Interview
Zoon by Jonatan Schwenk: Interview

Animation documentary programme applications from Anidox: Lab, Denmark.

The Animation Workshop and its Anidox:Lab programme  is a laboratory, during which it bring 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, Denmark, ANIDOX:LAB gives talented documentary and animation filmmakers the opportunity to engage and combine their two worlds. It tackles both a time-based cinematic approach, as well as digital platforms that allow for multiple stories and timelines.

The coaching seminars and collaborative workshops are designed to progress from fine-tuning and initial idea, through narrative development, to a pitch kit and a teaser/trailer. Select participating ANIDOX:LAB projects will have the opportunity to showcase their work at the prestigious CPH:DOX, Nordisk Panorama and other festivals and pitching forums.

Anidox:Lab also encourages creative teams of two people to jointly apply,  as well as artists working in cross media, hybrid forms and new technologies.

  • Requirements: Filmmakers applying for ANIDOX:LAB are expected to have previous experience in Animation or Documentary Filmmaking.
  • Language: The course is conducted in English
  • Fee: 500 Euro
  • Application: To apply for ANIDOX:LAB, fill in the application form . An application includes a description of an Animated Documentary project/concept, a director’s statement, a short Bio and CV and links to works online.
  • Scholarships: A limited number of scholarships are available for eligible candidates – Candidates must demonstrate that they have sought funding/grant elsewhere. Fill in the scholarship form

    Contact: Michelle Kranot, Producer. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 Deadline 01.11.2017

 


ANIDOX:LAB is The Animation Workshop’s animation documentary continuous training project, in partnership with the Danish Film Institute and supported by the CREATIVE EUROPE / MEDIA Programme of the EU.

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