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ITFS 2019 is now open fur submissions

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The 26th Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film is going to take place from April 30 to May 05, 2019. It is one of the most outstanding events for animated film worldwide. Animated films produced after October 1, 2017 can be now submitted to the following competition categories:

  • International Competition (International short film competition)
  • Young Animation (International student film competition)
  • Tricks for Kids (International competition for short films for children)
  • AniMovie (International feature-length film competition)

Submission deadline: December 1, 2018

You can find more information about competitions that are launched seperately on our website.

Submit your film here…

The Festival offers filmmakers, directors and production companies a professional platform to show their films to a wide audience as well as to professional visitors. Animation film fans of all ages have the opportunity to admire animated short and feature-length films, series and games for six days. The Festival presents a full, up-to-date spectrum of animated filmmaking and its intersections with visual effects, architecture, art, design, music and games.

Established in 1982, ITFS has evolved into a festival that stands out among the world’s events for animated film. It presents the full and up-to-date spectrum of animated filmmaking and its intersections with visual effects, architecture, art, design, music, and games. The ITFS offers a platform for directors, production companies and distributors to showcase their films and transmedia projects to an interested, broad audience and a large number of industry representatives. In spring 2019, the Stuttgart region will again become the worldwide centre of animated film for six days and nights.

Submit your film now…

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