The 2013 edition of Anima Mundi, the International Animation Festival of Brazil, has revealed its line-up for competition and non-competition film screenings. The 21st edition of the festival will take place in Rio de Janeiro from August 2 through 11 and São Paulo from August 14 through 18.
In the main competition category, 106 animated shorts were selected to be shown. There are additional competition categories for student films and children’s films. Seven animated features were also selected for competition in two categories:
Couleur de Peau (Approved for Adoption) directed by Jung Henin and Laurent Boileau (France, Belgium)
Fuse Teppo Musume no Torimonocho directed by Masayuki Miyaji (Japan)
Dae-Gi-Eui Wang (The King of Pigs) directed by Yeun Sang-Ho (South Korea)
Padak Padak directed by Lee Dae-Hee (South Korea)
Feature Film for Children
Krishna Aur Kans directed by Vikram Veturi (India)
Zambezia directed by Wayne Thornley (South Africa)
Anina directed by Alfredo Soderguit (Uruguay, Colombia)
Go to Anima Mundi’s website for the full list of film selections.