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Hiroshima Int/n'l Animation Festival, 23-27/8/18

Category
ANIMATION & FILM FESTIVALS
Deadline | Event Dates (period)
23 August 2018 - 27 August 2018
City
Hiroshima, Japan
Email
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Edition
17
Submission deadline
2018-04-01
Submission/Registration Fee
No

Festival News:

2018 Highlights:

Yoji Kuri — the International Honorary President of HIROSHIMA 2018, and who also created our official poster — spearheaded Japanese independent animation. He has received international recognition since as early as the 1960’s and is still actively working today. Celebrating the 90 years of Yoji Kuri,  you will enjoy the screening of his witty and satirical works as well as his valuable talk.

Michael Dudok de Wit has been the only winner of both Grand Prize and Hiroshima Prize from the past Hiroshima International Animation Festival, and we are pleased to welcome him as our special guest.  There will be two programs:
(1) a screening of his inspiring feature animation “The Red Turtle”, with Michael’s short speech before the screening.
(2) a screening of his two short films “Father and Daughter” (HIROSHIMA ’02 Grand Prize) and “The Monk and the Fish” (HIROSHIMA ’96 Hiroshima Prize), as well as Michael’s talk about his filmmaking.

Raoul Servais Retrospective: Belgian master of animation Raoul Servais, who will also turn 90 this year, remains as active as ever. He has honored us by serving as the festival’s International Honorary President twice in the past. In appreciating Raoul’s dedication to animation field over many years, we will be screening a selection of his short films that have received numerous international awards.

Estonian Animation Special (34 Programs): An intensive focus on Estonian animation from its pioneering days until the present. Such a huge focus on Estonian works together will be the first time ever in the world.

The 2018 festival poster has been designed by veteran Japanese animator Yoji Kuri, director of Human Zoo (1962), The Midnight Parasites (1973), Pop (1974). See his full biography.

Call for entries: (Archive)

  • Films completed after 1 April 2016 are eligible to compete.
  • Running time should be less than 30 minutes.

 

Organizers: Hiroshima International Animation Festival Organizing Committee, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima City Culture Foundation; Co-organizer:ASIFA-Japan/strong>

 
 

Event Dates

  • From 23 August 2018 to 27 August 2018

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