LatinX in Animation has opened applications for its first-ever LXiA Spark Animation Grant.
Call For Entries
The streamer is selecting up to seven artists for the first round of its new shorts program.
Entries are currently open — and free.
The awards will be held at UCLA’s Royce Hall on February 26, 2022.
The event is accepting submissions of animated features, series, and shorts until September 3.
The goal of Ignite is to “find the U.K.’s next animation hit.”
Find out what the events are looking for and how to apply.
The program helps filmmakers develop an animated documentary, from concept to trailer.
It will be held in Hangzhou in April.
The awards, which honor animation from Latin America, Spain, and Portugal, will return to Tenerife on April 16–18, 2020.
The one-year paid program is pitched as the first program to cover animation writing for both films and tv.
Three renowned animation filmmakers are teaching the program: Paul Bush, Ruth Lingford, and Gerd Gockell.
The social platform is looking to commission up to ten short-form animated comedy series — “like highly concentrated TV.”
Ideatoon is open to individuals and studios that are developing episodic series or animated features.
Writers who are developing hybrid animation projects can now participate in Universal’s Writers Program.
GLAS Animation Festival, unquestionably the finest animation festival currently running in the United States, has opened submissions for its 2019 edition — and there’s no entry fee to submit your films.
This event gives new meaning to ‘short film festival.’
After “Dear Basketball” won the Annie Award this year, ASIFA-Hollywood is trying to cast a wider net for its animated short category.
The Emile Awards are back to honor European animation achievements – and it’s turning into a two-day event!