Fest Anča International Animation Festival

Call for Entries for Fest Anča International Animation Festival 2020 in Slovakia

Fest Anča International Animation Festival has launched a call for entries for its 2020 edition. Animated short films, student films, music videos and films for children are among the competition categories. A gentle reminder for creators: There is still one month left until the submission deadline!

Fest Anča will take place in Žilina, Slovakia between July 2 and 5, 2020. Only submissions completed after January 1, 2018, submitted with English subtitles before February 29, 2020 will be considered for the festival.

Winners are awarded cash prizes. Submissions are free and are enabled via online submission platform FilmFreeway.com that allows you to submit your film in a few simple steps.

Competition awards for Fest Anča 2020 are:

  • Anča Award (EUR 800) for the best short animated film
  • Anča Student Award (EUR 400) for the best short animated student film
  • Anča Music Video Award (EUR 400) for the best animated music video
  • Anča Kids’ Award (EUR 400) for the best short animated film for children
  • Anča Slovak Award (EUR 1000) for the best Slovak short animated film

Fest Anča International Animation Festival – the only Slovak multimedia festival focused on animated film – is based in a former train station that has been transformed into a vibrant cultural center. The festival aims to showcase contemporary, progressive animated films, and commemorate the cream of the genre. The long-term vision is to approximate well-known international festivals by uniquely showcasing this art form in Slovakia.

The festival features an international competition of animated short films and music videos, as well as non-competitive screening sections. Attendees can additionally enjoy presentations, exhibitions, workshops, film screenings for children, and numerous accompanying events.

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