Animation Filmmakers: Two important deadlines are almost here for the 2014 Annecy International
Film Festival and Market. You have only a few more days to enter your finished film into the Festival
and your short, television, feature and/or transmedia ideas to the 2014 MIFA
The deadline is February 7th. This includes short films, TV episodes, student
films and commercials. March 15th
is the deadline for feature films. It’s free to enter and if selected, the director is invited to the festival. Click here for more information.
Another deadline is coming up even faster
– February 3rd! Are you developing a short or TV series? Do you feel like you don’t know what to do
now? Do you need to find partners and
get guidance about what to do next? Then
you need to enter into the MIFA Pitch Session.
The International Animation Film Market (MIFA) is held side by side with
the Festival, efficiently mixing art with commerce. This unique professional trade fair is
where all the players from the animation industry come together for three days
of networking with potential business partners and international
broadcasters and distributors.
The MIFA Pitch Sessions are held during
this market and offer a great opportunity to projects that are not yet
made. If your project is selected you
will have the chance to pitch in front of a group of leading animation professionals. You will also receive support and
professional dialogue about your project and a free accreditation to the MIFA,
where you can mix and mingle with 300 buyers, distributors and investors. If you are currently developing a feature or
transmedia project, you can breath a little easier as your deadline is February 21st. Once again, it is free to enter and a great
opportunity to bring your idea to the next level by getting fantastic exposure
at a leading international market. Submit a Project to the MIFA: Click Here.
Links Made Easy:
Everything You Need To Know — http://www.annecy.org/
Submit a Film — http://www.annecy.org/take-part/submit-work/submit-a-film
Submit a Project to the MIFA — http://www.annecy.org/take-part/submit-work/submit-a-project
Founded in 1960, the Annecy International Animation Film Festival is the world’s largest and oldest event entirely focused on animation. Gathering the best from all around the world, the screenings are an inspiring collection of techniques and story telling — the ultimate snapshot of what is happening now. In addition to contemporary screenings, there are also tributes, retrospectives, sneak previews and a giant open air screen.
7,100 accredited professionals from 80
290 international buyers, distributors
236 films in competition,
over 500 films screened,
8 theaters for 10 am to 11 pm
1 giant outdoor screen,
110,000 tickets sold throughout the
1 amazing, inspiring, worthwhile week!