Call For: Entries to the First Cut! Youth Film Festival


Each year First Cut! put out a call for films that are made by young people, age 12 to 24.  Submissions are accepted from individuals, schools, colleges, clubs and projects.

The Call for Entries to the First Cut! Youth Film Festival 2016 is open. The 7th edition of the festival will take place in April. The festival provides an opportunity for young filmmakers, age 12-24, to be part of a very exciting national and international Youth Film Festival which is supported by the Arts Council and Cork County Council.

First Cut! 2016 is again dedicated to screening short films made by young people. It’s time to get submitting! Entry is free. An award for the best short film in each category will be presented. Filmmakers may enter individually or in groups. Music Video, animation, documentary, shorts made in schools, (new ‘as gaeilge’ category), and by 3rd level students in Ireland and internationally.

This year First Cut! will have a special category for schools in acknowledgement of the sheer amount and quality of film making taking place now in schools throughout Ireland, for many young people it is where they get the initial chance to make a film and indeed the opportunity in many cases to hone their craft.

First Cut! now offer an opportunity to young filmmakers to showcase their work, (Friday 22nd is Schools Day at the Fest) …a chance to have their short films screened at Ireland’s only Pop Up film festival open to all local, national and international filmmakers under 24.


To Enter: submit your film on line using We Transfer with your completed Entry Form to Cork Film Centre,, before February 12th. for all the entry information and form.


Keep an eye on all upcoming deadlines here.





Call For: Documentaries for IFI Documentary Festival


IFI Documentary Festival (formerly known as Stranger Than Fiction) has been expanded to five days and will take place between September 23-27th 2015.
The IFI are now accepting entries of  Irish feature-length documentaries (over 60-minutes) and Irish and international short documentaries (under 20-minutes). International features are programmed on an invitation-only basis and no entries in this category will be accepted.  Submission deadline is 6pm June 24th 2015.

All Irish feature-length entries must be Dublin premieres. For short documentaries, premiere status is not required but preference will be given to shorts which are Dublin premieres. Films that have been broadcast on Irish television or on a channel available to Irish television audiences should not be entered and will not be considered. There is no entry fee.

To enter a FEATURE documentary:
Send two non-returnable DVDs or an online link of your film to IFI Documentary Festival, Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, IRELAND.
Include in your package an A4 sheet with the film title, running time, credits (producer, director), a synopsis of the film of less than 300 words, and an accurate listing of the film’s previous exhibition history .  Please also email these details to  along with three high-resolution images from the film.

To enter a SHORT documentary:
Send an online link to  and email the following information: film title, running time, credits (producer, director), a synopsis of the film of less than 300 words, and an accurate listing of the film’s previous exhibition history; and three high-resolution images from the film.


Call For: Submissions for IndieCork Festival 2014


Illustration: Adeline Pericart 

IndieCork Festival, a new festival established in 2013, has now announced dates for 2014. The festival is expanding from five to eight days and will run from October 12th to 19th  2014.


IndieCork Chairperson, Úna Feely, said –“We were delighted with last year’s outcome. With no state funding and a very short lead-in time, we produced a festival that was artistically and financially successful. We are confident that there’s a lively audience in Cork for a festival celebrating independent film and music”.


IndieCork is now inviting submissions of short films, documentaries and independent features from Ireland and throughout the world.



Call For: Films and Scripts for Waterford Film Festival

Illustration by Adeline Pericart.

The 6th Annual Waterford Film Festival will be held between the 9th -11th of November 2012 at the Greyfriars Art Gallery and is currently open for submissions. 

The Festival is open to all kinds of film genres up to 20 minutes in length. The Festival is also seeking short screenplays up to 15 pages for un-filmed short films.

Deadlines for submissions are:

Short Films- REGULAR DEADLINE: Monday 16th of July
LATE DEADLINE: Friday 3rd of August

Screenplays – FINAL DEADLINE : Monday 16th of July

For more information please go to:


Call For: Submissions for GAZE Dublin International LGBT Film Festival

Illustration: Adeline Pericart

GAZE Dublin International LGBT Film Festival is now accepting submissions for its 2012 festival and are especially looking for new Irish LGBT film. This year, GAZE celebrates its twentieth anniversary and wants to feature Irish LGBT film as much as possible in this year’s programme.

Information on submissions can be found on out


‘Better Together’ Online Video Competition Call for Entries

Aspiring and student film-makers across Ireland are invited to lend their support to a new public awareness campaign, Better Together (, which has been launched to build public support for thousands of charities and community groups.


This social media campaign centres on the website where charitable organisations can showcase their work by submitting inspiring short videos to the Better Together Video Competition. The public are also being invited to show their support by donating to and voting for their favourite videos and causes.


Above all the campaign aims to inspire the public to connect with and support their local community, to show the heroic efforts being made daily by volunteers and people working to help those most in need and to demonstrate that we are better together.


Film-Makers Wanted


To help these organisations tell their story and create a winning video, we are inviting aspiring film-makers to partner with an organisation of their choice to produce and direct an inspirational short video (of 3-minutes or less).


Last year over 200 videos were submitted to the Better Together campaign, and they were viewed over 130,000 times by over 63,000 people. So why not get involved and gain exposure for your work while also adding to your own showreel?


Videos can be submitted from now until 28th October, 2011. The campaign will culminate with the Better Together Awards on 1 December when the winners will be announced at a glitzy ceremony inDublin.


For further details visit:


Increased Prize Money for Best Short Film at OFFLine Film Festival

The OFFline Film Festival which takes place in Birr from Thursday, 13th October until Sunday, 16th October have announced a significant increase in prize money for Best Short Film.

The prize fund is now €4000.

The break down of the prizes is:
1st place: €1500 cash and €1000 equipment/studio rental plus a slot at the Galway Film Fleadh
2nd place: €1000 equipment/studio rental
3rd place: €500 equipment/studio rental

The deadline for submissions is Monday, 26th September.

Other events at the festival include screenings at the Birr Theatre and Arts Centre, The Edit Shed and The Chestnut Bar and workshops with industry professionals on all aspects of filmmaking.

For more details visit


The OFFline Film Festival in Birr are calling for submissions

The OFFline Film Festival which takes place in Birr from Thursday, 13th October until Sunday, 16th October are looking for submissions, deadline is Monday, 26th September.

The prize for the Short Filmmaking Competition is €1,000 and a slot at the Galway Film Fleadh. Other events at the festival include screenings at the Birr Theatre and Arts Centre, The Edit Shed and The Chestnut Bar and workshops with industry professionals on all aspects of filmmaking.

For more details visit


Call for Media Proposals to Support Coverage of Development Issues

Call for Media Proposals to Support Coverage of Development Issues

Media professionals are now invited to apply for funding under the winter round of the Simon Cumbers Media Fund, an initiative of Irish Aid aimed at increasing public understanding of global development issues.

The Simon Cumbers Media Fund was established in memory of the late Irish journalist Simon Cumbers, who was killed in Saudi Arabia while working with the BBC in 2004. The aim of the Fund is to promote more and better quality coverage of development issues in the Irish media and, by extension, to promote a greater understanding of the work of Irish Aid, the Government’s programme for overseas development.

Media professionals and students are invited to submit proposals to cover a development issue, which will involve travel to a developing country. The Fund is open to all media disciplines and encourages proposals that promote positive impressions of developing countries across areas such as health, education, environment, business and sport. Projects that explore the issue of hunger and / or that are relevant to the Millennium Development Goals will be favoured by the judging panel, as will projects that focus on Irish Aid’s partner countries in Africa and Asia.

The deadline for receipt of applications is 5pm on Friday, 16th September 2011.

Two information workshops for media professionals interested in applying to the Simon Cumbers Media Fund will take place over the coming weeks – the first in Dublin on 5th September at the Irish Aid Information and Volunteering Centre, Upper O’Connell Street, and the second in Cork on 6th September at the Clarion Hotel, Lapps Quay.


The Simon Cumbers Media Fund has two funding rounds each year: one in summer and one in winter. Former successful applicants have gone on to travel to – and report on issues in – countries such as Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Lesotho, Timor Leste, Vietnam, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Liberia and Sierra Leone. Previous Simon Cumbers Media Fund projects have also won and been shortlisted for a number of prestigious awards and festivals, including the Clarion Awards, the PPI Radio Awards, the Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival, the New York Festival, the Western Development Commission John Healy Award and the One World Media Awards.


Full details on registering for the Simon Cumbers Media Fund workshops – and on how to apply to the Fund – are available at  For information on Irish Aid, see


Submissions welcome for Jedward’s new RTÉ series ‘OMG! Jedward’s Dream Factory’

RTÉ Television announced today that pop sensations Jedward will present a new RTÉ series, OMG! Jedward’s Dream Factory, to be broadcast later this year. Commissioned by RTÉ, the 10-part series will feature in RTÉ’s Young Peoples new season schedule and is being produced by Tyrone Productions.


The dazzling duo are standing by with their magic wands hoping to make some young people’s dreams come true. So for those of you aged between 8 and 16 years old Jedward are on the prowl, looking to make your wildest dreams come true…  So whether it’s getting a walk-on part in a soap, jamming with your favourite band, training with your sporting idol, being your dad’s boss for a day, fronting a radio show, editing your fave magazine or creating a Glee performance with your pals… Jedward’ll fix it. And hopefully without the traditional hairy chest and medallions…

So send on in your dreams in 100 words or less, by email to:

Or by post to:

OMG! Jedward’s Dream Factory
Tyrone Productions
13 Merrion Square, Dublin 2





15 Second Film Festival Call for Submissions

15 Second Film Festival Call for Submissions

Do you have what it takes to make a great 15 Second Film? It’s harder than it looks, but here at the 15 Second Film Festival we’ve already gathered together over 100 such micro-short cinematic nuggets and now we’re commissioning and taking submissions for this year’s batch. We’re also planning to give away some fantastic prizes for the best films we receive this year,  (Specific prizes and film categories TBA)


The 15 Second Film Festival, (featuring ‘The Mini Mogul’ Cinema: A unique 2-Seater Art Deco Picture Palace, and our NEW Inflatable Cinema), commissions, exhibits and distributes micro-short films. Our itinerant Miniature Film Festival tours as a New-Media Roadshow & Cinematic Sideshow to Film, Arts, Music Festivals, Cultural Events and Universities in Ireland, UK and Europe…

The festival is open for anyone, of any age, anywhere in the universe to participate. Films can be of any genre or type, be it documentary or drama, animated or live action, the only restriction is on the length of the film. There are three ways to get involved:

  1. FULL COMMISSION – Pitch a great concept for a film (or series of 3 or 5 films as a pack) by 31st July 2011 and you could qualify for: up to £500 for your production, plus full production insurance, access to professional studio facilities, camera equipment and mentoring assistance to help to create your project(s). You can pitch us up to three separate concepts at a time.
  2. PRODUCTION ASSISTANCE ONLY – (as above, but without £500 commission). Pitch a great concept for a film (or series of 3 or 5 films as a pack) and you could qualify for: full production insurance, access to professional studio facilities, camera equipment and mentoring assistance to help to create your project(s). The finished film must be submitted to us by 1st October 2011. You can pitch us up to three separate concepts at a time.
  3. INDEPENDENT SUBMISSION – Send a completed 15 Second Film, in the right format, to enter the competition, and be offered a filmmaker-friendly, non-exclusive distribution license. HANDY HINT – You may even already have a completed (longer) short that could be reduced, distilled and purified into the 15 Second Format… or maybe you have some totally awesome footage that just needs chopped into a micro-short? There is no limit on the number of films you can submit.

FINAL DEADLINE FOR ALL COMPLETED FILMS (commissioned or submitted) – 1st October 2011 Unlike other film festivals we encourage you to contact us in advance to discuss your projects before submission.

Remember: we have made a lot of 15 Second Films and we’re dialed-in to the format, so we can help you produce the highest quality and challenging new-media product.

For more details visit


5th Annual Waterford Film Festival – Call For Submissions

The 5th Annual Waterford Film Festival will be held between the 4th -6th of November 2011 at the Greyfriars Art Gallery.

For 2011 there is a new look to the Festival, as there will be a focus exclusively on promoting short films and screenplays especially independent short films. This will enable the presentation of an increased amount of short films to the always appreciative audience.

The Waterford City Council Award for Best Short Film will be open to both short fiction and documentary films.

The 2010 Festival once again saw a high standard of films shown in Waterford and a particularly difficult task of choosing a programme from the hundreds of high quality submissions from filmmakers around the world.

2011 will also see the third year of the Screenplay competition, 2010 attracted a huge number of excellent submissions, many from first time writers. The Best Screenplay Award will be open to all screenplays for un-filmed short films.

The Wate4rford Film festival would like to take to thank their Core Funders, Waterford City Council, and all their sponsors for their continued belief in and support of the festival.

See for more details.


Call for Entry Details for Chaplin Film Festival


The Chaplin Comedy Festival which takes place in Waterville Co Kerry from August 25th-28th have announced more details on their call for entries.

Category A – Comedy Film of 20 Minutes (not more than 30 minutes)

Category B – Comedy Film of 3 Minutes (not more than 5 minutes)

Category C – Social Commentary Film (maximum 30 minutes)

Category D – The Chaplins of the Future (maximum 30 minutes – open to under 18’s only)

The films can be made in any mode but should show Charlie Chaplin’s pioneering spirit brought forward to the present, incorporating his images of elegance and courage.

Films must be made no earlier than June 2009 and must be submitted by June 1st, 2011.

For more details visit, call +353-66748818 or email


Dingle Film Festival offers €5,000 in cash prizes for Irish language Short Film Proposal

Dingle Film Festival offers €5,000 in cash prizes for Irish language Short Film Proposal

The Dingle Film Festival is delighted to announce ‘Físín’, a call to filmmakers to submit a short film proposal in the Irish language. The competition has a cash prize fund of €5,000 and €1,000 worth of lighting equipment hire sponsored by Cian de Buitléar’s company Teach Solas.

Five filmmakers will be selected to travel to the next Dingle Film Festival which opens on St. Patrick’s day 2011. Each of the five will be treated as festival guests and will be given the opportunity to pitch their proposal to a panel and a live audience in The Phoenix Cinema during the festival. A wonderful panel has been put together, including the iconic Eamon de Buitléar, local writer Louise Ní Fhiannachta, who now writes for TG4, local writer Marina Ní Dhubháin and head of Ealain Na Gaeltahta, Micheál Ó Fearraigh.

The opportunity has been put together by the festival to encourage the writing of film scripts in the Irish language. Tor Cotton, one of the festival sponsors came up with the idea:

“As an ardent supporter of the Dingle Film Festival I asked Maurice (the festival director) why he wasn’t screening much, if ever, ‘as gaeilge’ in order to reflect the festival’s location in the Corcha Dhuibhne Gaeltacht. The reply I got saddened and alarmed me, it couldn’t be true. Were there really virtually no films being shot through Irish? There must be some and I am sure there are some, only a few mind.” Tor went on to say “Just as I am shy to speak and thus progress my Irish, it may be that others are cautious about taking the risk to develop their films through Irish. However unlike my toe in the water of the language, the risk of making a bad film is equal in either tongue, I hope to speak more Irish and to see more films ‘as gaeilge’. It seemed a logical conclusion to be constructive rather than critical and set up a competition to encourage film making through Irish.”

The competition is aimed at people who combine a special interest in film alongside a commitment to the Irish language. The festival is keen to see proposals from all local dialects. This opportunity is open to any individual or group from transition year students right through to professionals. The application form is available to download at or you can email The closing date for entries is January 31st 2011.

The winning pitch at the festival will receive €3,000 cash prize and €1,000 worth of rental lighting equipment and will return to Dingle with their finilised film in 2012. . Four of the pitches will receive a cash prize of €500 and each filmmaker will receive a personalised commemorative leather notebook designed by Conor Holden.

The Dingle Film Festival, home to The Gregory Peck Award and who’s guests have included Gabriel Byrne, Cillian Murphy, Jim Sheridan, Sir Alan Parker, Saoirse Ronan & Sarah Miles, will have its 5th edition next March opening on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17th and running until Sunday March 20th 2011.

For further information please contact Festival Director, Maurice Galway:

on 00 353 (0) 87 9139962 or email



The Kerry Film Festival (KFF), which is celebrating 11 years of bringing film to the people of Kerry, was inundated with short films for its upcoming festival. 541 films were submitted for the short film competition, with films coming from 38 different countries across the globe. The increase in submissions is testament to the work being done by the festival in both the promotion of Irish films abroad and the promotion of short-films in general.

KFF has partnered with a number of film festivals in other countries and the approach has paid dividends with the festival securing more entries than in previous years. The partnerships have also provided a perfect way for KFF to screen Irish films abroad.

“This will be the eleventh year of the Kerry Film Festival and both the quantity and quality of the films has increased every year,” said Jason O’ Mahony, Festival Director. “We received 541 short films this year, which is up almost 20% on last year. We’ve had films from as far away as Argentina and South Africa and as close to home as Cork and Killarney and we’re absolutely thrilled with the response.”

Festival staff now face the difficult task of whittling those 541 films down to the 60 or 70 films that will screen as part of the festival. “It’s part of the fun of the job,” says O’ Mahony. “With such a huge number of entries the selection process will take some time but it’s already well under way. We received close to 200 films from Ireland with more than 300 films coming from abroad so competition for places will be very tough, particularly given the quality of the films. It seems to rise every year!”

Films that are selected will play during the Kerry Film Festival which runs from October 30th to November 6th this year. Screenings take place all over Kerry but Siamsa Tíre in Tralee will be the main hub of the festival.

“We’re very lucky in our partnership with Siamsa,” adds O’ Mahony. “It’s an amazing venue and filmmakers absolutely love to have their work screened there. The venue, screen and sound system are top-class. And the staff is always so helpful and friendly that we’re really looking forward to all the screenings that will take place in Siamsa this year!”

Once the films have been selected by the festival panel, they will compete with one another for a number of prizes that will be judged by both festival attendees and a select group of film adjudicators.

“We’ve lined up a stellar panel of adjudicators to help select the winning films. James Marsh, the Oscar winning director of ‘Man on Wire’ and Tomm Moore, the Oscar nominated director of ‘The Secret of Kells’, will adjudicate the documentary and animated short films respectively.”

The Kerry Film Festival gives audience members a chance to see films by up and coming directors as well as an opportunity to interact with some of the most established names in the world. The festival also screens a number of features, while its education programme alone saw more than 2,000 students from all parts of Kerry attend screenings in 2009.

“Last year was a huge success, in terms of both the numbers of screenings and the audience that came,” added O’ Mahony. “But we’re pretty confident that 2010 can even top that.”

For more information or to download application forms to KFF 2010 please log onto email or call +353 66 712 9934


Closing Date

10th September has been announced as the closing date for entries to the Radharc Awards – presented to the producers of documentaries which address national or international topics of social justice, morality or faith and honour the memory of the late Fr. Joe Dunn.


Call For Entries

International communication/graphic design agency Crazy Cow Lab ( is making a European video contest for the greatest, the funniest and the coolest, most creative commercial video spot for the company.

1st prize: € 1.500,00
2nd prize: Mac iPAD

This is a call for people who like to be first in competition!

Further details here


onedotzero Call for Submissions

The onedotzero_adventures in motion festival is seeking submissions in the categories of short film, animation, music videos, installations, interactive works and live audio-visual performances work for their 2009/2010 international touring festival. The festival premier takes place in London 9–13 september 2009, followed by an extensive international tour which starts in Buenos Aires, 25–27 September 2009. This is a chance to get work noticed on a global platform and the competition is free to enter.

Deadline: 29th May 2009

For more information please click here.


Sweded TV Call for Submissions

Sweding is the process of making humorous versions of famous films and Sweded TV is a series of short episodes made by teenagers, each sweding a popular TV show instead of a film. Sweded TV are calling for submissions, so to be in with the chance to make and star in episodes of Sweded TV made with a professional TV crew, apply now.

Applicants need to be between the ages of 12 and 19 and must apply as a group that has at least 6 members, up to a maximum of 12 members. If your group is selected, you must be free for one week (between 22nd June and 26th July ’09) for filming.

For examples of last year’s swedes click here and for more information about how to apply, please click here.

Deadline: 6 pm Monday 1st June.


Short Film Festival in Berlin Seeking Submissions

The interfilm 25th International Short Film Festival in Berlin, which runs from 3–8 November 2009, is now accepting submissions for its international competition.

The competition is open to films completed after 2006 with a maximum running time of 30 minutes.

Please note that the deadline for submissions is 26th June 2009.

For further information please click here.


5th Annual Directors Finders Series 2009

The Directors Finders Series Award presents an Irish director with an opportunity to showcase their film in the state-of-the-art Director’s Guild of America Theatre, Sunset Boulevard, LA, to an audience of American distributors and industry personnel with a view to securing a U.S. distribution deal.

The Directors Finders Series spotlights works of fiction, documentary or drama feature submissions from Irish directors who have not secured US distribution for their films.

An international panel of experts, which includes a representative from Pathe UK, will select the winning director and film. The film and the director will then travel to LA, where an official screening will take place.

The winning film will be launched on 16th July in Dublin in The Morrison Hotel at a special awards ceremony hosted by internationally acclaimed directors Neil Jordan and Jim Sheridan.

The deadline for applications for this year’s event is 27th April 2009.

Applications are available to download on


11th Annual Scriptapalooza Screenplay Competition

The Scriptapalooza Screenwriting Competition, which was founded in 1998, is now accepting submissions for this year’s competition. Each year dozens of production companies and literary representatives sign on as participants to read Scriptapalooza’s winners, finalists and semifinalists.

The final deadline for submissions is 15th April 2009.


Imagine Cup Deadline Extended

The deadline for the 2009 Imagine Cup has been extended to 1st April. Now in its sixth year, The Imagine Cup is an annual competition aimed at third level students that encourages young people across the globe to apply their imagination, passion and creativity to technological innovations that can make a difference in today’s world. To enter the short film strand of the competition, participants have to submit a three-minute script or storyboard responding to the statement: ‘Imagine a world where technology helps solve the toughest problems facing us today.’

Irish finalists will be brought to Egypt to participate in the Imagine Cup World Finals, where they are required to make a short film inspired by their winning idea. A prize of $8000 USD will be awarded to the overall winning entry.

Click here to register and gain access to some free Microsoft software.


BSÉ/IFB Short Shorts Deadline Announced

Bord Scannán na hÉireann/The Irish Film Board have announced a call for submissions for the next round of the successful Short Shorts scheme. The new deadline for the scheme is Friday, 8th May 2009.

Short Shorts funds up to seven, 3–5 minute films and aims to encourage the making of ultra-short films which are innovative, provocative or in some way risky and rule-breaking. The scheme was modified last year so that the films have to conform to a particular genre each year.

The theme for this years short films, whether live action or animated is ‘Films with No Dialogue.’ This does not mean silent films, but rather films where the soundtrack can contain anything except audible dialogue. The Mr. Bean television series and related feature film is a good example of this type of genre. It is hoped that having the shorts packaged together under this specific genre will allow the IFB to market the Short Shorts more effectively internationally.

The successful short films will premiere at the Cork Film Festival in October. For more information please click here.


Galway Fleadh Call for Submissions ’09

The 21st Galway Film Fleadh will take place from 7–12 July 2009 and has opened its call for submissions. The Fleadh accepts feature films, documentary features and short films. Screening at an earlier film festival will not preclude selection, although priority will be given to European and world premieres.

Entry forms are now available for both features and shorts and the deadline for feature submission is Friday 17th April; the shorts deadline is Friday 15th May.

For further information, please visit


Film Offaly Award 2009: Call for Entries

Film Offaly are looking for unique, original stories by talented new filmmakers, professional and novice alike. The winner will receive: €8,000 towards the cost of their production; a premier in Tullamore Omniplex Cinema; 1-year’s Filmbase membership to the writer, producer and director of the winning film; a 50% discount on production equipment and/or editing facilities from Filmbase for the project; and Filmbase’s production insurance to cover the shoot. The only stipulation is that the filming must take place in Offaly.

Applicants should submit a script including a 500-word synopsis of the film project. Submissions should be sent to Film Offaly, Offaly County Council, Charleville Road, Tullamore, Co. Offaly.

Closing date for submissions is 3rd April.

For more information please visit or call 057 9357400.

Applicants should submit a script including a 500-word synopsis of the film project. Submissions should be sent to Film Offaly, Offaly County Council, Charleville Road, Tullamore, Co. Offaly.

Closing date for submissions is 3rd April.

For more information please visit or call 057 9357400.


Córdoba Animation Festival Call for Entries

The Association for the Development of the Animation Industry of Córdoba is announcing the call for entries for the 5th International Animation Film Festival of Córdoba, Animacor’09, which will be held from 2–7 November.

A total of €39,000 will be awarded to prize-winners in the course of the festival. The winners will also receive the ‘Carrasquito’ statue.

Animacor’09 screens not only films from European and Latin American countries, but also from South Korea, Iran, Canada, Russia and Japan. The festival will also feature matinee screenings for schools, evening screenings held in the Filmoteca (Film Archives) of Andalusia and exhibitions and workshops devoted to the application of new technologies in animation.

For more information, please visit