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Open screenings

In this session, the Studio 1 screen and its 180 seats are just for you! If you've made a film, your forgot to enter it, Anima didn't choose it, then why not give it a go? Come along with a copy, invite friends and show the film: no censors, no mocking, in front of a curious audience. So that your film can be shown in the best possible conditions, let us know in advance. Registration:

Free screening!

Running time: depending on the length of the films

In presence of the directors.

With help from the Centre du Cinéma et de l'Audiovisuel de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles.

From 16 years.

When ?

Anima is qualified by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for the short animated film category.
A Masterclass with Marlon Nowe
Marlon Nowe has been an animator at Disney for over 7 years. Alongside his work at the studio, he also presents the Animsquad tutorials and is offering Anima a Masterclass on February 18th. Registration is already open!
Puppet Show
Take a look behind the scenes of stop motion animation. Anima is revealing all with this exhibition of some of the work from twenty five international stop motion filmmakers. An expo hosted by Artbrutal (filmmakers Bastien Dubois and Julie Nobelen)
François Chalet on display!
François Chalet has created this year's poster but you're going to see his little characters and their umbrellas all over the place, on the facade, walls and screens of Flagey, as well as the Anima ad that he also made. Watch this space!
Thanks to all filmmakers, producers, distributors, schools and broadcasters who submitted their films for the selection of the next festival. Only two more weeks to wait: the results of the official selection of short films category will be announced on December 15th, 2014