IndiEarth Animation Film Festival: Call For Submissions!

The third annual IndiEarth Animation Film Festival in association with the Alliance Francaise of Madras gears up to take place in Chennai this August 20th & 21st 2016. The festival, that features landmark animations from around the world, is now accepting submissions.

Paying tribute to the art of animation, the last edition of the festival showcased over 130 films from across India, France, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Japan, Singapore, Spain, Croatia, Iran and a host of other countries. A series of workshops, engaging post screening discussions, and Q&A sessions are also part of the festival’s itinerary that aims to showcase innovations within the genre, as well as provide a platform for up and coming animation artists.

Last year’s festivities featured master classes with prominent Indian animation artists like Gitanjali Rao (Printed Rainbow/True Love Story) and international pioneers like Thomas Meyer-Hermann (studio FilmBilder/Jury Member (Ottawa and Stuttgart International Animation Film Festival). The event showcased a finely curated selection of animations that touched on globally relevant topics of identity, sexuality, environment, geo-politics, anthropology, technology and much more, and also featured a host of national and international award winning films – offering audiences a lineup of truly cutting edge, forward thinking works of art. 

To submit your film, follow the link below:

DEADLINE EXTENDED! New Deadline for submissions is May 25th, 2016Web-Poster


IndiEarth is an online B2B platform that connects India’s non-mainstream independent Musicians and Filmmakers to worldwide Media. The platform features a blog, offers value-added services and wider opportunity networks through its partnerships. IndiEarth is an EarthSync Initiative.

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