ANIMATED DREAMS - Nemzetközi animációs fesztivál Észtországban -

Az  Animated Dreams a legnagyobb és legrégebbi fesztiválja az animációs alkotásoknak Észtországban, ahol lehetőséget nyújtanak az alkotóknak, hogy megmérettessék magukat magas színvonalú műveikkel, valamint így segítik a nemzetközi animációs kultúra fejlődését.

A 2011 november 16 és 20 közötti eseményre Rövid és közepes hosszúságú filmeket várnak.

Leadási határidő: 2011. augusztus 15.

Animation Film Festival ANIMATED DREAMS

International Competition

The 13th edition of Animation Film Festival ANIMATED DREAMS, the oldest and biggest animation event in Estonia, will take place from 16 to 20 November 2011.

The short film competition is open to films of any genre and animation technique.

Eligible films must be:
a) short and medium-length (-45 min) animated films;
b) premiered after 1 January, 2010;
c) screened in 35 mm, HDCAM, DigiBeta, or Blu-ray;
d) with English subtitles, if not in English.

How to submit a film:
The regulations for the competition can be found here.

Deadline for application is August 15, 2011. By this date online entry form must be completed ( Additional materials (biography and filmography of director, stills of the film, synopsis of the film) on CD and a preview copy (DVD) with English subtitles should be sent to our office.

The competition selection will be announced to the applicants by October 1, 2011.


Animation Film Festival Animated Dreams
Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival
Telliskivi 60A
10412 Tallinn

Tel: +372 631 4640
Fax: +372 631 4644

Animated Dreams, the oldest and biggest Estonian animation film festival, offers animators a chance to display the state of their art as well as promotes high-quality international animation culture.

The 13th edition runs from 16 to 20 November, 2011 and consists of an International competition programme of short and medium-length animated films as well as a non-competitive informative programmes, retrospectives and special presentations.

In addition to organising the animation festival the organizers are launching a brand new networking platform and training event for up-and-coming young filmmakers working in animation – AnimaCampus Tallinn.



The competition is open to films of any genre and animation technique from all over the world.


The festival invites the competition film director (or another filmmaker) as its guest, covering the accommodation in Tallinn for 3 nights and festival accreditation. The festival may invite more members of the cast and/or crew of the competition film.

The international jury will award:

• Grand Prix "Wooden Wolf" for the Best Film
• Prize for the Best Story
• Prize for the Best Design


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