The Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF) is the largest event of its kind in North America, a major film event attracting attendees from around the world. Film buffs, art lovers and cartoon fans won't want to miss this year's great line up of screenings taking place at ByTowne Cinema, National Gallery of Canada, Empire Theatres Rideau Centre and Arts Court Theatre. Events at the OIAF include screenings, panels, workshops and parties.
The Animation Conference tooks place during OIAF. It ia North America's only event that lets you pitch, network and keep up with industry trends, while giving you access to the most creative, original and innovative animation out there. This animation business forum is designed for professionals in content creation, development, production, distribution and marketing.
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Short-format, non-commissioned animated films or videos. Suggested maximum length of 30 minutes. − Narrative Short: Structured with some sort of narrative or story. (ie. "something happens") − Non-Narrative: Structured without a clear narrative or cause-effect plotline.
Commissioned Animation: Includes but not limited to commercials, title sequences, station/program identification spots, music videos, and animation series made for adults. Please note only one episode per series is eligible and is limited to 22 minutes and under.
Undergraduate Animation and Graduation Animation
− Short Animation Made for Children: Any non-feature animated film (under 30 minutes) that is aimed specifically at young audiences. − Animation Series Made for Children: Any special or series (22 minutes and under) created specifically for a young audience. Only one episode per series is eligible.
Animated film over 45 minutes in length.