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Hiroshima International Animation Film Festival

Hiroshima International Animation Festival
4-17 Kako-machi
Naka-ku
730-0812 Hiroshima
Japan
phone +81-82-2 45 02 45
fax +81-82-2 45 02 46
http://hiroanim.org
email: hiroanim@hiroanim.org

Director and Program Director
Ms. Sayoko Kinoshita

Year of Foundation 1985

Event Date from 23 August 2018 till 27 August 2018

in Hiroshima, Japan

International Competition

Sections Short Animation Film Competition (less than 30 min.), Student Films, Animation For Peace, Best of the World

Category Short

Terms of Entry up to 30 min., completed after 1 April 2016, prior screenings acceptable

Genre Animation

Subtitles English subtitles recommended

Format 16 mm, 35 mm, DCP, HD QuickTime, Digital File

Registration Deadline 01 April 2018

Fees none

Attendance Figures 32,000

Participants of the Film Industry approx. 5,000

Prizes/Awards Grand Prix (ca. $11,000), Hiroshima Prize (ca. $11,000), Debut Prize (ca. $6,000), Renzo Kinoshita Prize (ca. $3,500), Audience Prize (ca. $1,000), Special Jury Prize, Special Prizes

German Films

2016

Competition
FRUIT by Gerhard Funk
SEXY LAUNDRY by Izabela Plucinska (DE/CA/PL)
THE WILD BOAR by Bella Szederkényi (DE/FR/HU)

Best of the World
AMÉLIA & DUARTE by Alice Guimaraes, Mónica Santos (PT/DE)
CATS & DOGS by Jesús Pérez, Gerd Gockell (CH/DE)
DÄWIT by David Jansen
LEAF by Dante Zaballa, Vaiana Gauthier
WRAPPED by Roman Kälin, Falko Paeper, Florian Wittmann

Best of the World & Stars of Students
OPOSSUM by Paul Cichon

Best of the World & Stars of Students & Animation for Children
THE OLD MAN AND THE BIRD by Dennis Stein-Schomburg

Stars of Students
FRANKFURTER STR. 99A by Evgenia Gostrer
MIRROR by Anna Lytton
NEIGHBOURWOOD by Eddy Hohf, Fynn Große-Bley, Patrik Knittel
POLLO by Julia Reck

Stars of Students & Animation for Peace
MAZIER by Anja Großwig

Stars of Students & Animation for Children
IVAN AND THE WOLF (IWAN UND DER WOLF) by Anna Levinson

Animation for Children
NUGGETS by Andreas Hykade
A REINDEER CAROL (IHR GLÜHWÜRMCHEN KOMMET!) by Verena Fels
WOLF by Julia Ocker

Animation from the World
A BETTER SITUATION by Francisca Villela (CL/DE)

Works by Selection Committee Members
THE HOUSE (DAS HAUS) by David Buob
ME BY YOU by David Buob
UTÖ by David Buob


 

Prizes for German films 2014
Debut Prize
BOLES by Spela Cadez (SI/DE)

Number of Films Shown approx. 350 films from 50 countries

Media Coverage approx. 200 journalists from international and national press, TV and radio

Specific Characteristics The winner of the short film competition automatically qualifies for the OSCAR competition for the Best Short Film.

Evaluation As an international festival, its scale is rather small, but its quality and originality should be regarded highly worldwide. The focus is on films supporting international understanding. Interesting animation workshops. The festival takes place every two years.

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