KLIK! treats animation as an independent art form instead of treating it as a genre of film and aims to make the medium of animation, in the broadest sense of the word, accessible to a wider audience in fresh and exciting new ways to stimulate the emancipation of the medium as a fully realized art form. To this end, KLIK! has organised the annual animation competition KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival since its inception in 2007 and a host of other activities throughout the year.
Animations can be submitted in these categories:
• Animated Short
• Animated Student Short
• Commissioned Animation
• Animated Documentary
• Animated Music Video
If eligible, your film can also compete for the categories Best Political Short and Best Animated Short From an Emerging Country.
Even if you have a project that does not fit in one of the categories (e.g. feature films, interactive projects, or installations) it might still be presented during the festival by submitting it outside of the competition.
A maximum of 3 separate films may submitted per filmmaker.
There is no entry fee for this animation competition.
It's free to enter!
Entries are welcome from anyone from all over the world.
• Animated Short: 1000 Euro (approx. 1,085 USD) cash prize & award
• Animated Student Short: 750 Euro (approx. 814 USD) cash prize & award
• Commissioned Animation: 500 Euro (approx. 542 USD) cash prize & award
• Animated Documentary: 500 Euro (approx. 542 USD) cash prize & award
• Animated Music Video: 500 Euro (approx. 542 USD) cash prize & award
The 9th festival edition will be hosted during 25-30 October 2016 at EYE, Amsterdam.
All winners also receive a 3D printed award sculpture designed by animator Klaas-Harm de Boer.
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Further Informations ⇣
For all further information about you need to consult the official website: http://www.klik.amsterdam/about/callforentries