Anima 2023 Brussels Animation Film Festival is now open for entries!
Anima 2023 Brussels Animation Film Festival: The Anima 2023 Brussels Animation Film Festival, annula competition recently organized by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has opened its call for entries to its selection programmes for the 42nd edition of the festival.
The Anima Brussels Animation Film Festival has been opened entries to its selection programmes for the 42nd edition of the festival.
This festival is organized every year and is one of the most important festivals in Europe that seeks to promote animated films from all over the world and encourage dialogue between professionals, filmmakers and the public.
The Festival presents animated films exclusively, namely films created frame by frame (traditional animated cartoons or using puppets, plasticine etc. or digital films), and not shot in live action.
Anima is a qualifying festival for the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film organized by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences .
Anima considers all films completed after June 2021 and belonging to the following categories as eligible for competition:
➜ International Professional Short Films
➜ International Student Films
➜ International Short Films for a Young Audience
➜ Feature Films
➜ Feature Films for a Young Audience
➜ National Short Films
➜ Virtual Reality Short Films
The Festival presents an official selection with a national and international competition for short and feature films, an information category with retrospective and themed programmes, and a series of conferences entitled Futuranima.
The 42nd edition of the Brussels Animation Film Festival will take place 16–27 February, 2023. In addition to attracting professionals from all over the world, Anima is also a popular and family festival that welcomes more than 40,000 festival-goers every year.
No Entry Fee!There is no entry fee to participate!
The Anima - Brussels Animation Film Festival is open to all filmmakers worldwide.
Selected film will be sreened during the 42th Brussels Animation Film Festival.