6th Annual

The British Animation Film Festival

June 23, 2017 to June 23, 2017

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OPEN CALL FOR ENTRIES • Select a Category of Entry to continue.

Animated Feature Films
Any animated film that is over 55 minutes in length.
Animated Short Films
A short animated film under 55 minutes in length.
Animated TV Episodes (under 15 mins)
Entries for this category, should be an episode of a TV series, or a pilot episode for a TV series, under 15 minutes.
Animated TV Episodes (over 15 mins)
This category is for the submission of an animated TV episode or TV pilot, over 15 minutes in length, but under 35 minutes.
Animated Games Trailers
This category is for submissions that have been made as a trailer for a video game, internet game or mobile game.
Unproduced Screenplay
A screenplay that has not been produced prior to submission.

MISSION & OBJECTIVE

Promoting Animated movies, creating exciting networking opportunities for film-makers and film-lovers, plus plenty of awards, great screenings and interesting Q&A's!


ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

The British Animation Film Festival is a proud supporter of animated films, student animations, world and independent animated films.

We aim to give you a great platform to screen your film, and great venues for your audience to watch them in.

Each film selected will be eligible for the audience awards. Both BAFF 2012 and BAFF 2013 were sold out events, and BAFF 2017 looks set to be even bigger and better than before!

All film-makers will receive one comp pass to the Festival.


ORGANIZERS

Jessica Pearce (Festival Coordinator)

GENERAL RULES

British Animation Film Festival
Rules for Participation

1. Dates and Venue
The absolute final deadlines are as dictated on Withoutabox. Category winners (see 8.) are announced after the festival. The venue for the festival will be announced closer to the date of the event.

2. Competition
The festival reserves the right to place entries into alternative categories if they feel it is to the benefit of the title. Each submission must be entered separately. Entries will be assessed and successful submissions will be programmed for screening and enter the festival competition. Failure to submit a screener copy four weeks prior to the festival will rule out eligibility for an award. If your film is selected we reserve the right to show your film at a date and time of our choosing.

3. Formats
For the selection process acceptable formats include: Digital Screener (submitted via the Withoutabox website), DVD or Blu-Ray. For screenplay submission acceptable formats are as follows: Digital .PDF (submitted via the Withoutabox website) or .PDF on DVD/CD sent to the Film Festival Guild office.

Successful submissions that are granted a screening must submit one of the following: DCP (preferred), Blu-Ray or DVD. *Please note we do not accept films shot in 4:3 unless the filmmaker has reformatted it to 16:9.

Please address your entry to:
The British Animation Film Festival
The Film Festival Guild
Kindred Studios
69 St. Marks Road
London, W10 6JG

4. Selection
Festivals are organized by the Film Festival Guild. The festival directors reserve the right to invite films for the competition and programme. Screening schedule will be announced after the final submission deadline. The final award winning entries will be selected by a festival jury and audience votes. Award winners will be notified within 14 days of the festival screenings.

5. Entry Returns
We do not return submission entries.

6. Screenings
It is the responsibility of the entrant to ensure that films for screening are deposited with the festival organisers at least 7 days before any scheduled screening.

7. Publicity
We reserve the right to use extracts from submissions for festival publicity and marketing purposes. Press kits are not required, but are useful, so please feel free to send these with your submissions.

8. Categories

Animated Feature Films
Animated Short Films
Animated TV Episodes (Under 15 Minutes)
Animated TV Episodes (Over 15 Minutes)
Animated Games Trailers
Animated Music Videos
Unproduced Screenplays

*Please note that if we do not receive enough acceptable submissions for each category, we will merge them e.g. Animated Music Videos will be moved into Animated
Short Films.

9. Awards

Best Animated Feature
Best Animated Short
Best Sound
Best Music
Best Unproduced Screenplay


9. Submission, Selection for Screening, Awards and Voting
There are 3 distinct stages. Submission, screening and awards. The administrators' decision is final.


TERMS AND CONDITIONS

British Animation Film Festival
Rules for Participation

1. Dates and Venue
The absolute final deadlines are as dictated on Withoutabox. Category winners (see 8.) are announced after the festival. The venue for the festival will be announced closer to the date of the event.

2. Competition
The festival reserves the right to place entries into alternative categories if they feel it is to the benefit of the title. Each submission must be entered separately. Entries will be assessed and successful submissions will be programmed for screening and enter the festival competition. Failure to submit a screener copy four weeks prior to the festival will rule out eligibility for an award. If your film is selected we reserve the right to show your film at a date and time of our choosing.

3. Formats
For the selection process acceptable formats include: Digital Screener (submitted via the Withoutabox website), DVD or Blu-Ray. For screenplay submission acceptable formats are as follows: Digital .PDF (submitted via the Withoutabox website) or .PDF on DVD/CD sent to the Film Festival Guild office.

Successful submissions that are granted a screening must submit one of the following: DCP (preferred), Blu-Ray or DVD. *Please note we do not accept films shot in 4:3 unless the filmmaker has reformatted it to 16:9.

Please address your entry to:
The British Animation Film Festival
The Film Festival Guild
Kindred Studios
69 St. Marks Road
London, W10 6JG

4. Selection
Festivals are organized by the Film Festival Guild. The festival directors reserve the right to invite films for the competition and programme. Screening schedule will be announced after the final submission deadline. The final award winning entries will be selected by a festival jury and audience votes. Award winners will be notified within 14 days of the festival screenings.

5. Entry Returns
We do not return submission entries.

6. Screenings
It is the responsibility of the entrant to ensure that films for screening are deposited with the festival organisers at least 7 days before any scheduled screening.

7. Publicity
We reserve the right to use extracts from submissions for festival publicity and marketing purposes. Press kits are not required, but are useful, so please feel free to send these with your submissions.

8. Categories

Animated Feature Films
Animated Short Films
Animated TV Episodes (Under 15 Minutes)
Animated TV Episodes (Over 15 Minutes)
Animated Games Trailers
Animated Music Videos
Unproduced Screenplays

*Please note that if we do not receive enough acceptable submissions for each category, we will merge them e.g. Animated Music Videos will be moved into Animated
Short Films.

9. Awards

Best Animated Feature
Best Animated Short
Best Sound
Best Music
Best Unproduced Screenplay


9. Submission, Selection for Screening, Awards and Voting
There are 3 distinct stages. Submission, screening and awards. The administrators' decision is final.