Over 500 exhibiting companies attending and a 3 % increase in accreditations for the Mifa: a record since it was created in 1985!
Abbaye de Fontevraud Award
3 Min.33 Before the End, Chenghua Yang, China
Arte France Award
Pépé the Walrus, Lucrèce Andreae, France
Alphonse Gets Lost, Catherine Buffat, Jean-Luc Gréco, Alexis Pecharman, Laurent Pouvaret, France
Cube Creative Productions Award
Sans dessus dessous, Florent Cellai, Jonathan Soucasse, Yankel Murciano, France
Rhône-Alpes Cinéma/Bourse des festivals Award
Ogre, Laurène Braibant, France
Los días de los muertos, Pauline Pinson, France
Annecy and the Short Film Festival of Madagascar have teamed up once again to launch a Call for Projects of short Malagasy films.
8 short film projects were chosen to participate in the Mifa Madagascar Workshop, which was held during the Short Film Festival of Madagascar in Antananarivo in May.
During this workshop, Malagasy animators were guided in the development of the graphics and writing of their project.
The selected this year was Ridha Andriantomanga's project, Ho an’i Dada / Pour Papa, which you will be able to discover at today's Mifa Pitches, 3:00 pm, Impérial Palace.
Check out the list of projects presented at the Short Film Festival
More info about the Short Film Festival of Madagascar
Stop off at the Festival Bar for a drink or a quick snack.
Situated in the ground of the haras, the Festival Bar team will be at hand every day from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm and 9:00 pm to 1:00 in the morning (Saturday 14/06, closing early at 8:00 pm), to offer you a moment to relax with a drink or a snack.
For volunteers and badgeholders, the Bar is the Festival hub and the place to meet up, chat and take a break between screenings.
Please note that the Bar becomes private each evening between 6:30 and 8:30 for the Partners' Club (invitation required).
Following the directions of your tweets last night for "operation Orange", here are the characters that the two graphic designers came up with during the screening of "Frozen".
Vote for your favourite character by using the Annecy Festival Facebook account.
Voting is open until Friday 13th June at 4:00 pm and the winner will be announced the next day on the online Daily Newsletter.
Fans of this famous series of the eighties will be waiting with impatience!
The Annecy Festival is presenting the sneak preview of the Saint Seiya Legend of Sanctuary CG feature based on the iconic saga of the Golden knights.
An unmissable appointment!
Going to see Sam Fell and Chris Butler's film is a question of life or death!
Norman seems just like any other young kid... except he can see and talk to the dead!
By taking us into this macabre world, yet by no means devoid of humour, the film out of LAIKA studios talks about our fears and is aimed at both young and old alike. This little stop-motion gem will be presented by members of LAIKA studio, who have a little surprise in store for you!
Every day, the screenings of features in competition will be followed by a press conference with the film crew.
These conferences offer friendly moments of discovery and will be hosted by a journalist in the industry. (Priority access to Press accreditation)
On today's programme:
At 3 pm, these three key players in animation will sit around a table to discuss "French Animation, in France and Abroad".
As a part of the Mifa Special Events, the CNC, uniFrance Films and TV France International will talk about the characteristics of the distribution process for French films, at home and around the world.
The statistics from the latest research study carried out by the CNC on the French animation market in 2013 will be presented on this occasion with the following speakers: Benoit Danard (CNC), Isabelle Giordano and Jean-Paul Salomé (uniFrance Films) and Mathieu Béjot (TV France International).