Over 7,000 visitors were present to take part in the success of this year’s event.
The Annecy 2013 selection of feature films stood out for the diversity of the geographical origins of the films: South Africa, Brazil, India, Mexico, Russia and Canada in addition to Japan, the USA, France and many others.
Around fifty films were screened paying "tribute to the history and vitality of Polish production".
In 2013, a Special Cristal Award was given to one of the Masters of Polish animation, Jerzy Kucia, rewarding this great master of Polish animation and celebrating the importance of his work.
Discover the official selection including shorts and features in and out of competition, film events and special programmes.
Check out the prize winners.
Check out the jury members.
The Mifa brought together 2,400 delegates and 450 exhibiting companies. This year, in addition to the Territory Focus meetings presenting the history of a country, two new formats were put in place:
More than 1100 people attended the 8 conferences, presented by 31 speakers and 6 moderators. On the programme: optimisation of fabrication and artistic and technical challenges, the challenges of the European feature, VFX and animation, technology foresight and emerging tools.
25 recruitment sessions, 265 projects presented, 16 prizes awarded and 13 meetings at the Creative Focus 2013. Check out the winners of the Call for Projects..
Thanks to help from the 71-strong organising team, 63 temporary workers and 223 volunteers, the Festival and Mifa were a great success!
Check out the team