NW Animation Festival – Jan 31 Final Deadline

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Our friends at the Northwest Animation Festival sent us this message!  Get those films in!NW Animation Festival – Jan 31 Final Deadline

This year the Northwest Animation Festival will become the largest animation show west of the Mississippi.

Organizers plan to screen nearly 150 short films on May 17-19 at the historic Hollywood Theatre in Portland, Oregon. The entire program will then repeat on May 31 – June 2 at the Bijou Art Cinemas in Eugene, Oregon. Audience favorites screen at a “Best of the Fest” event this fall.

Submitting your film is remarkably easy. Send the 20-question entry form via email, and a copy of the film via online transfer (WeTransfer, Vimeo, Dropbox, FTP). Standard entries are $30, student entries are $15.

Enter soon! The final deadline is next Thursday, January 31.

Details: http://www.nwanimationfest.com/2013-submit/



The Northwest Animation Festival collects excellent short animated films from around the world for screening at an annual multi-day gathering in Portland, Oregon. Our goal: to create a large local community of impassioned enthusiasts and inspired artists, and an internationally recognized hub of animation culture.

We accept submissions from filmmakers of all nations, working in all variety of techniques, whether traditional or cutting-edge. No limits are set on when a project was completed, and makers are free to show their work simultaneously online or at other festivals. Simply put, we welcome any animated film: from anywhere, made whenever, shown wherever.

Our event is dedicated to the love of animation. Whether using paint, puppets, or pixels, there is a unique pleasure in making something inanimate to spring to life. By showcasing the very best creative efforts of our artistic community, we establish a magnet for the curious and an essential gathering place for committed animation fans. We hope to inspire practicing artists and artists-yet-to-be with a sprawling feast of cinematic delights — and in so doing, help the art form itself to grow and evolve.

More info: www.nwanimationfest.com