5th Annual

Grand Rapids Film Festival

April 09, 2014 to April 13, 2014

 
Category

Animation

 

Deadlines & Entry Fees

All fees will be charged in U.S. Dollar
...but you can display them in these other currencies:

Online Services Offered
Entry Form
Fee Payment
Press Kit
Submission Copy
Earlybird Deadline
November 1, 2013
Regular Discounted
Standard Fee 30.00 25.00
Student Fee 25.00 20.00
Regular Deadline
December 15, 2013
Regular Discounted
Standard Fee 45.00 40.00
Student Fee 40.00 35.00
Late Deadline
January 1, 2014
Regular Discounted
Standard Fee 65.00 60.00
Student Fee 60.00 55.00
WAB Extended Deadline
January 15, 2014
Regular Discounted
Standard Fee 100.00 85.00
Student Fee 95.00 80.00

Discounted fees apply to projects with pre-purchased Discount Packs, on entry fees greater than 15.00.


Category Details

NOTIFICATION DATE
Approximately February 25, 2014

RUNTIME
Shorts: From 1 minutes to 10 minutes
Features: From 45 minutes to 90 minutes

COMPLETION DATE
Projects completed after August 1, 2010

PLACE OF ORIGIN
Projects may originate from anywhere in the world

PREMIERE STATUS
No premiere requirement

DISTRIBUTION STATUS
Projects may have distribution

3 SUBMISSION COPIES REQUIRED

Submission & Exhibition Format Requirements

SUBMISSION COPY FORMATS
Online
  Secure Online Screener
DVD VideoNTSCPALSECAM
DVD
REGION 0    
REGION 1    
Media Files
  .WMV (Windows Media)
  .MOV (QuickTime)

SUBMISSION COPY LANGUAGES
Subtitled Dubbed Dialog List
English

EXHIBITION FORMATS
DVD VideoNTSCPALSECAM
DVD
REGION 0    
REGION 1    
Digital VideoNTSCPALSECAM
DVCAM    
Analog VideoNTSCPALSECAM
BetaSP    
Media Files
  .MOV (Quicktime)
  .WMV (Windows Media)

EXHIBITION LANGUAGES
Subtitled Dubbed Dialog List
English


Press Kit Requirements

A press kit is required, but only after acceptance.


Prizes & Awards

This category is a competition.

1st Place
Sponsor:No Sponsor

Category Rules

“My road is towards the creation of a fresh perception of the world. Thus I decipher in a new way the world unknown to you.”
~Dziga Vertov

Developing artificial images to communicate that which real life cannot. We are looking for animations that take the audience to a level of identification that real-life would struggle to reveal. With that said, show us a new level animated storytelling. Oh and by the way…there is nothing wrong with eye-candy!

Specific Rules for this Category:
•Maintain the GRFF rules and terms/conditions