“Taking part in a pitching training with tutors experienced in animation production will be a great way to gain practical skills on how to pitch and promote a project, while submitting a project to a pitching competition may be a chance to be awarded with the Centre of Audio-Visual Technologies’ contribution in kind in the amount of: 60 000 PLN (ca €14 200), 30 000 PLN (ca €7 100), 20 000 PLN (ca €4 700),” says Agnieszka Kowalewska-Skowron, ANIMARKT programmer. Information concerning the three awarded projects shall be announced on 5 October 2017 during the Closing Gala of the International Festival of Animation Art, ANIMART.
Die ANIMARKT pitching competition ist offen für internationale Short stop-motion und puppet animation Projekte. Folgende Kriterien müssen erfüllt sein:
- film duration: up to 25 minutes;
- 80% of the film is a stop-motion / puppet animation;
- the film must be at the development stage.
- An additional asset of the project will be the artistic input of the creators (animation director, storyboard author, author of artistic designs, composer, realization of a significant part of the animation) from at least one of the following countries: Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Estonia, Germany, Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia.
ANIMARKT is organized by MOMAKIN (www.momakin.pl) – a company who was born out of a great passion for animation and film, as well as out of the desire to popularize the magnificent art of stop motion animation. The co-organizer of the event and the sponsor of the main prizes in the pitching competition is the Audiovisual Technology Center (Poland). ANIMARKT is co-financed by Visegrad Fund and The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage (Poland). Among partners of the ANIMARKT are: Animánie (Czech Republic), Fool Moon (Slovakia) and PRIMANIMA World Festival of First Animations (Hungary).