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Annecy 2010 Film Selections

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Yesterday, the Annecy International Animation Festival announced the selections for its 34th edition, which takes place June 7 through 12. This is a milestone year for the world’s oldest continuously running animation festival as it marks its fiftieth year of existence. The Annecy site has the complete list of selections for shorts, TV series, music videos and commercials. Feature film selections will be announced next month. Their site states that 48 animated features were submitted. Wow!

Of note: one of only two American films in the short film category is Let’s Pollute by Geefwee Boedoe, who designed the titles to Monsters Inc.. There’s a brief but intriguing Cartoon Modern-esque trailer on IMDB.

Also, in the graduation film category, I’m delighted to see that Jake Armstrong’s The Terrible Thing of Alpha-9! was accepted into competition. The film had its online debut on Cartoon Brew TV last year. It makes us feel good knowing that Brew TV shorts continue to excel at festivals after their online premieres. Similarly, another Brew TV premiere, David Sheahan’s Together! made it into Slamdance earlier this year. Great work guys!

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  • Geefwee Boedoe’s short looks awesome!!

  • Chris webb

    48 Features?! 48?! Fantastic!

  • Congratulations to all the chosen ones!

    If you have a film in competition, you really should make
    an effort to attend the festival. Believe me, it’s an incredible

    See you there in June!


  • hey – you can check out the lush Old Fangs by Adrien Merigeau and Cartoon Saloon this year too.. hooray:)

  • Wow – an amazing 4 films from The Arts University College at Bournemouth in the graduation category! Congratulations to the teams on Broken Wave, Lullaby, Paradis and Train of Thought – can’t wait to see ’em on the big screen!

  • That’s a ton of submissions… I wish I could go. Congrats to all who got in, that’s an honor. :D

  • Katella Gate

    Geefwee Boedoe: Excellent work… again!