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ANIMA 2018, Brussels: Accreditation is open

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The 37th ANIMA has a number of surprises and intense, artistic and human emotions in store for you… Once again the Festival will be giving you the opportunity to discover the best in animation from the world over. Full programme details will be revealed at the press conference mid-January.

So as not to miss a second of this visual feast, it’s already possible to opt for a pass formula where you can reserve via one of the links below. Whether you are an industry professional, a student in animation, a journalist or quite simply an animation fan, all these formulas give access to all the sessions and screenings, except for the masterclass and the opening and closing evenings.

PROS: Industry professionals have access to a “pro accreditation”, which costs 40 euros. -> registration via https://folioscope.be/registrations/pro

STUDENTS: Animation students can take advantage of a preferential rate of 35 euros. -> registration via https://folioscope.be/registrations/student

GENERAL PUBLIC: The general public can opt for a Festival passport at 70 euros. -> inscription via https://folioscope.be/registrations/passport

PRESS: Press accreditation is free. Please make your request in writing directly to: helene@folioscope.be.

The 37th ANIMA is set to take place from 9th to 18thFebruary 2018, at Flagey and at Cinematek.

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