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Get ready: from December 8 to 10, Sublime 2020 Summit will open its doors (figuratively) from Jalisco, Mexico to the world. The film, animation, video game, and vfx communities will come together for the event’s third official (and first virtual) edition, where leading industry figures will share their experience and knowledge with the audience.

Sublime seeks to focus not only on the creative and technical aspects but also on the business side of the industry, which enables producers and creators to turn their great ideas into reality.

A program beyond frontiers

Many events have had a difficult time realizing their ambitions in 2020 due to social distancing measures. But this common obstacle has given Sublime a new opportunity to bring together an amazing set of talented artists, producers, and experts from around the world to share exciting content with the audience in an online environment.

You can check out Sublime’s program on its official website. It’s made up of over 30 hours of content, including masterclasses, conferences, and talks. This year’s line-up of speakers includes great creators, directors, producers, and executives, such as Jorge Gutiérrez (The Book of Life, Maya and the Three), Jérémy Clapin (I Lost My Body), Rodrigo Blaas (the Tales of Arcadia trilogy, Alma), Lizzy Easterday (manager of development at DreamWorks Animation Television), and Alison Mann (Vice President, Creative/Strategy at Sony Pictures Animation).

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These are the people who will share their experiences and knowledge at Sublime 2020.
De Jalisco para el mundo

For several years now, Jalisco has been one of Latin America’s most important regions for the creative industries, and Guadalajara, its capital city, is coming to be known as the animation capital of Latin America and the Mexican Silicon Valley.

The proliferation of new studios and projects in the state of Jalisco over the last two decades has allowed local talent to develop skills and a distinctive style. On the other hand, international companies like Warner Bros., WildBrain, Disney, Mattel, Cartoon Network, Bento Box, and many more have taken notice of these studios, forming partnerships and launching new projects with them.

Sublime seeks to break down borders between Jalisco, Mexico, and the world, bringing new tools to creators, and allowing new stories to be told and reach every corner of the world.

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Developed by Jalisco-based studio Metacube, the hit series “Sugar Skulls” found its production partner at Sublime’s 2018 edition.
Tune in to Sublime 2020

If you want to attend any of Sublime’s online activities you just have to register on the event’s website — it’s totally free and you can sign up for the complete program online.

Let’s get connected and tell a new story together.

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