Discover the Annecy Festival, the place of reference for animation in the world with the Mifa, the professional appointment for the industry, the conferences and the Call for projects.
Check out the latest animated gems, find out about current and future trends, meet up with your favourite film directors and up-and-coming talents, track down new associates and partners... in the fun and friendly atmosphere of the Annecy International Animation Film Festival.
There are a number of theatres in and around Annecy screening Festival films from 10 am to 11 pm.
Each evening at 10:15 pm, there is also a screening on the giant screen on the Pâquier lawn (free to all).
Don't miss the animation industry's foremost showcase in terms of co-producing, purchasing, selling, financing and distributing animation content for all broadcasting platforms.
The Mifa is held in over 4,000 m2 of exhibition space and welcomes 513 international exhibitors.
Located at L'Impérial Palace, the exhibitors' market is open from 9 am to 7 pm with the visiting professionals' market open between 9:30 am and 7 pm.
Anticipate changes in the sector from artistic, economic and technical points of view and talk over the important changes and challenges affecting the industry in a varied programme of subjects.
Over 4 days, these conferences serve as a forum for information, reflection and exchanges, furthering an understanding of the issues and deliberating on suitable practices.
They are organised at the Chambre de métiers and at Mifa – Salon Verdi A&B.
The Call for projects are a privileged exchange forum for animation professionals and the talents of tomorrow.
Located at the Mifa site, it takes place between the project area, the Recruitment area for talent scouts and the Rotonde du Parc for Meetings.
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7,000 accredited professionals from 80 different countries
334 international buyers, distributors and investors,
236 films in competition,
over 500 films screened,
8 theaters for 10 am to 11 pm viewing,
1 giant outdoor screen,
115,000 tickets sold throughout the week.